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DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE 






OF 



FRIENDS' BOOKS, 

OR BOOKS "WRITTEN BY 

MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS, 

COMMONLY CALLED QUAKERS, 
FROM THEIR FIRST RISE TO THE PRESENT TIME, 

INTERSPERSED WITH CRITICAL REMARKS, AND 

©rrasu'onal 23tograpI)uaI &otizt#, ° 



AND INCLUDING 



ALL WRITINGS BY AUTHORS BEFORE JOINING, AND BY THOSE 
AFTER HAVING LEFT THE SOCIETY, 

WHETHER ADVERSE OR NOT, AS FAR AS KNOWN. 



BY JOSEPH SMITH. 



IN T"WX> VOLUMES. 

VOLUME I. 



LONDON: 
JOSEPH SMITH, 2, OXFORD STREET, WHITECHAPEL, E. 

1867. 



£X74o3 



LONDON : 

R. BARRETT AND SONS, PRINTERS, 

MARK LANE. 






PREFACE, 



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It is well known to all who are interested in the history and 
literature of the Society of Friends, that in the year 1708 a Cata- 
logue of Friends' Books was published by John Whiting. This 
work having been long out of print, and, in consequence, become 
very scarce, it occurred to me that it would be desirable to compile 
a new Catalogue down to the present time ; and, feeling much 
interest in the subject, about twenty years ago I commenced my 
labours, which have resulted in the work now before us. 

It will be seen that the plan originally adopted by John 
Whiting has been adhered to, as it scarcely can be improved upon. 
The Titles comprised in his Catalogue have been taken from the 
books themselves in nearly every case where that could be done, 
and given at full length, and the same has been carried out in every 
other case down to the present date ; but, in order to render this 
Catalogue more useful and interesting, I have added the titles of 
books and papers 'on all subjects — Botanical, Medical, Poetical, 
Scientific, &c, &c. A few authors whose writings bear upon 
Friends and their principles, with an account of their publications, 
are also inserted, such as Thomas Clarkson, William Dell, 
Edmund Elys, and others. 

The contents of some of the books are also given, as well as 
notes by myself and others, extracts from reviews, &c, &c. ; and, 
in addition to the places of the author's birth or residence, in some 



PREFACE. 

instances short biographical notices are added ; so that this Cata- 
logue might not inappropriately be entitled, A Biographical Dic- 
tionary of Authors of the Society of Friends, with a chronological 
Register of their publications, &c. 

The work has been brought to its present state of completeness 
by my having access to the two libraries belonging to the Society 
under the care 'of the Meeting for Sufferings in London, leave 
having been granted in the first place to copy their manuscript 
catalogues. The library of the British Museum has also been made 
use of, as well as that of Sion College, London Wall. 

The late Thomas Thompson, of Liverpool, furnished me with 
some information ; and I have received considerable help through 
Francis Fry, of Bristol, who kindly lent me many books and 
tracts. The number of books which have passed through my 
hands in the way of business, and from many other sources, have 
also tended to make this work more perfect ; and, in bringing it to 
a conclusion, I cannot help expressing my thanks to Wilson 
Armistead, of Leeds, James Boorne, of Reading, and Arthur J. 
Naish, of Birmingham ; but, above all, to my friend John Thompson, 
of Hitchin, who has not only supplied me with much valuable 
information from his extensive collection of Friends' books, but also 
given me kind assistance during the progress through the press, 
and without whose help I believe the desired end would not have 
been accomplished. 

JOSEPH SMITH. 



London, 31st of Tenth Month, 1867. 



AERANGEMENT, &c. 



First, the Authors' Surnames are carried on Alphabetically, and the 
places of their Birth or Eesidence as far as known. 

Then the Titles of the Books, and the number of editions printed, as 
near as can be ascertained, in chronological order ; then the size and date and 
number of sheets ; and, lastly, the time and place of the death of deceased 
Authors, if known. 

Some are entered twice, for easier reference, as some that have two 
Authors under both their names ; and some not only under the Authors' 
names, but also under the title of King, Parliament, Sufferings, and Testimonies 
concerning Friends deceased, because they fall properly under those heads. 

And such as have no Authors' names may be found under Anonymous, or 
Nameless, Friends, Quakers, &c, &c. 

Periodical Publications may be found under that head. 

At the end of those Pieces by Authors whose works have been collected, 
the page is given where they may be found ; where that is omitted, it must be 
understood that such Tract or Piece is not in their collected works. 



EXPLANATION OF SIGNS USED IN THIS CATALOGUE. 

* to indicate those individuals who at some time were disunited from the 
Society, and not known to have returned. 

t „ those who were reinstated into membership. 

„ those who were disunited, and returned, but believed to have 
again left the Society. 

§ „ those individuals about whom there is some uncertainty as 

to whether they left the Society or not. 

„ those Authors about whom there is some doubt as to whether 
they ever belonged to the Society ; and those Anonymous 
Books with the same mark must be considered doubtful, i.e., 
whether written by Members or not. 

Tf „ Books and Editions of Books printed before 1708, not men- 

tioned by John Whiting in his Catalogue, but which there 
is reason to believe he would have included therein had 
such come to his knowledge. 

B „ That the article was printed on the Broadside of a sheet. 

If the date is known of a Book without any, it is enclosed in Crotchets. 



Many of the Books and Tracts enumerated in this Catalogue may be obtained 
on application to the Compiler. 



A CATALOGUE 

OP 

FRIENDS' BOOKS, 

ire. ifc. 



A. 



Date. Sheets. 



AB. See Benjamin Anteobus. 
• A.J. See John Andeedon. 

A.J.fl Remarks upon a Letter from a Gentleman in the Country to his 
Friend in London ; and upon a Relation of some Norfolk Clergy, 
of a Conference between them and some Quakers, at West- 
Dereham Church, in Norfolk, December the 8th, 1698. And a 
Certificate relating to the Challenge : with some farther Ac- 
count of the said Conference. By an Eye and Ear Witness 
of the whole, J. A. . 4to. 1699 1 

London, Printed and Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. 
A copy in the Library of Wandsworth Meeting. 

f ABBOT, Abigail (alias Smith), of Moeg, near Charleville, Ireland, 

A Paper of Condemnation, inserted in " Rutty' s History of 

Friends in Ireland." .... 4to. 1751 1 

Reprinted. See John Rutty. She died in the year 1717. 

ABBOTT, Ann, of Ives, Huntingdonshire, Wife of John Abbott. 

An Account of Ann Abbott, written by herself, and found after 

her decease among other papers. Inserted in "The Irish Friend,' ' 
Vol. 2, page 60. . . . . . 1839 

ABBOTT, John, of Ives, Huntingdonshire. 

To Farmers and Graziers, or those whom it may particularly 

concern. — Advice concerning Drinking at Harvest, &c. 

No Printer's name, place or dute. Small B, about 1794 \ 
Reprinted. 
ABBOTT, Margaret, of London. 

A Testimony against the false Teachers of this Generation. By 

one who is come from under them, unto the true Teacher and 
Shepherd of the Soul. No Printer 's name, place, or date. 4to. 1 

She died of a consumption the 1st of 2nd month, 1669. 
ABELL, John, of Wellesley Lodge, near Limerick, Ireland. 

Cholera and Spirituous Liquors. To the Editor of the Limerick 

Chronicle. 
George M' Kern and Sons, Printers, George Street, Limerick. Fol. [1849] J 
Vol. I. ■ B 



* A CATALOGUE OF ABO 

ABELL, John, — continued. 

The Turkish Bath an Antidote for the Cravings of the Drunkard. 

P.D.Webb,Printer,l77, Great Brunswick Street, Dublin. 8vo. [1859] | 

The Death bed of T. Paine. (From "The Annual Monitor" of 1 81 7) 

Guy Sf Co., Printers. 12mo. [1860] f; 
He died at Cork, 15th of 8th mo., 1861, aged 71 years. 
ABELL, Joshua, of Dublin, Secretary of the Hibernian Peace Society. 

Address on the Establishment of a Peace Society in Ireland. (In 

the " Dublin Morning Post," for Nov. 11th, 1824) . 8vo. 1824 § 
Reprinted in "The Herald of Peace," Vol. 3, New Series, p. 203. 
: Address to the Anniversary Meeting of the Hibernian Peace So- 
ciety. In the " Herald of Peace," Vol. 4, New Series,p. 195 8vo. 1825 | 

Address to the Second "Anniversary Meeting of the Hibernian 

Peace Society, with a Letter to Dr. Doyle, dated " 82, Dame 
Street, 11 mo. 7, 1826," also Dr. Doyle r s Answer. In "The 
Herald of Peace," Vol. 5, New Series, p. 193 . 8vo. 1826 f 

Speech of, at the Third Anniversary of the Hibernian Peace 

Society. " Herald of Peace," Vol. 6, part 2, p. 343, New 
Series . . . . . 8vo. 1828 J 

He died 3rd"of 2nd - month, 1846, aged 50 years. 

ABELL, Richard, of Cork, Ireland. 

^[ Deceit made manifest, or the hipocrit hireling and false profet 

found out in y e height of profession ; his garment stript of, and 
his spirit tried, and being compared, is found to be one with the 
World's teachers, who agree with all the false prophets in the 
dayes of old, also some of y e rest of that fellowship (so called) 
are tried, and their fruits declared ; so that you may clearly see, 
that the Spirit is one by which they are all guided, and the way 
of worship which they lead their people into, to be that which 
is an abomination to the Lord. Also some stumbling blocks 
removed, and the w r ay of Truth declared, and all people sum- 
monsed to come in to it. Set forth for the simples sake 
chiefly among the Baptists, but is to goe through all the World. 
By one of the least of the Lord's Servants, named in the flesh, 
Richard Abell. '• . 4to. Printed in the yeare, 1659 3 J 

This pamphlet consists of queries on religious subjects and letters 
requesting scriptural answers to those queries, addressed to Win. 
Fox, a Baptist Teacher, and Chaplain to one of the Regiments of 
Oliver Cromwell's Army, to which the Author belonged at the time 
of his convincement of Friends' Principles ; they were written at 
the forts of Bantry and Crookhaven in the County of Cork ; and as 
W. Fox did not answer them, R. Abell then addressed this book to 
the Baptists, and included the queries, &c. before-mentioned. 
Richard Abell is supposed to have died about 1690, as there is a record 
in very old-fashioned writing as follows, "Richd Abell, of County 
of Clare, died 22nd f 7th mo. 1690, and was buried in Limerick. 

ABORIGINES Publications of the Meeting for Sufferings. See 
Meeting for Sufferings. 



ADA 



friends' books. 3 



ACCOUNTS of the Times and Places for holding the Meetings for 
Worship and Discipline in Great Britain, Ireland, and Ame- 
rica. See Periodical Publications. 

ACKWORTH SCHOOL, Books and Papers relating to. See Schools. 

ACROYD, John, of 

Something concerning him . . . . 1726 

Query, — whether printed ? 

ADAMS, John, of Yorkshire. 

An Account of some remarkable visions and passages of John 

Adams, of Yorkshire, a little before and in the time of his 
travels in Holland and Germany : supposed to be in the 2 nd 
and 3 rd months, 1712. Inserted in "The Irish Friend," vol. 4, 
page 150, No. 10. .... . 1811 

ADAMS, John Till, M.D., of Bristol. 

1| An Elegy : sacred to the Memory of that Patron of virtue, the 

truly admired and pious John Till Adams, M.D., of Bristol, 
whose Heaven-born soul, leaving its Earthly shrine, fled to its 
native Home, and was received to Rest on Monday the 20 th day 
of February, one hour p.m. or Afternoon (1786.) 

Bristol: Printed for E. Sibly, Castle Street ; and sold by T. 
Mills, in Wine-street ; A. Browne and Son, To hey ; TV. 
Meyler, Bath ; and M. Sibly, Go swell- street, London. 

With a Frontispiece. 8vo. 1786 f 
By an "Anonymous" Author, not a Friend. 

Stanzas written on the early and much-lamented death of John 

Till Adams, M. D., by Wm. Matthews. See his " Miscel- 
laneous Companions," Vol. 1, page 13 . . . 1786 

ADAMS, M. 

— A Warning to the Inhabitants of England, and London in parti- 
cular : for so it rise often in my heart to write, even a Warning, 
that the Inhabitants might hear and fear the Judgments of the 
Lord, that are ready to fall upon this Nation speedily, unless 
they repent of the Evil of their doings, and return from their 
Iniquities that God may yet show mercy upon this poor Nation. 
ByM.A. . . . 4to. Printed in the year, 1676 1 

ADAMS, Simon, Prisoner at Colchester. 

Concerning the observation of the First Day to be Kept above any 

other day, which is the World's old Idol, wherein they satisfie 

their Lusts in Pride and Idleness. 4to. No Printer's name or place. 1 663 1 

ADAMS, Thomas, Prisoner at York Castle. 

An Exhortation to all People that have a desire to know the 

Truth, that the Truth may make them free. At the end of 
Richard Farnworth's " Easter Reckoning. &c." and " General 
Good to all People," &c. . . 4to. 1653 and 1656 h 

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4 A CATALOGUE OF A D Y 

|1 ADAMSON, M. (An assumed name.) 

A Friendly Epistle to Neighbour John Taylor, of the City of 

Norwich ; occasion' d by looking over his Sermon preached at 
the opening of his New Chappel ; containing an earnest Invita- 
tion to him to join the Quakers, and not to attempt to raise up 
a New Sect when there are so many already in the world ; 
by M. Adamson, an English Protestant, the 2nd edition. To 
which is added bv wav of Postscript, a short Dialogue between 
Mr. Timothy Tell-Truth and Obadiah Friendly. 

London : Printed for John Wilkie, behind the Chapter- House, 

St. Paul's Church Yard. Price 6d. . 8vo. 1757 2* 

I am inclined to believe the author of this was not a Friend, 
and expect it rather is " adverse." 

ADAMSON, William, of Liverpool, Lancashire. 

An Answer to a Book Titled " Quaker's Principles Quaking," 

subscribed by the name of one Ralph Hale, with an Epistle 
(so called) to the Reader, subscribed with the name of one 
Zachariah Crofton. A principle of darkness, deceit, and con- 
fusion in Ralph Hale, and his Fellow labourer in Sathan's work 
Zachariah Crofton, is discovered by the Quakers principle, and 
the Quakers principle doth stand against the power of dark- 
ness, and all the false principles in the World, them to discover 
and lay open, kc. 

London : Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his 

shop at the Black- Spread Eagle, near the West end of Pauls. 4to.l656 4f 

ADAMSON, William. Part by Leonard Addison and others. 
I The persecution of them people they call Quakers in Lanca- 
shire ...... 4to. No Date. 2 

T\ Reprinted, 4to. 1656 2 

ADDISON, Leonard, of Rampside, n* Swarthmore, was buried the 8 th 
of 4 th month, 1686. 

See Leonard Fell and William Adamson, as above. 

ADY, John, of London. Recording Clerk of the Society. 

The Final audit : or, Day of Retribution. A Poem. London : 

Printed for the Editor by J. Fry and Co. Letter Founders, and 
Printers, Queen Street. Upper Moorfields. „ 12mo. 1777 l£ 

The enclosed Extracts from the Training Act, lately passedf are 

sent by direction of the Meeting for Sufferings, &c. London, 
8th of 8th Month, 1 806. Phillips and Fardon, Printers. George 
Yard, Lombard Street. . . . Small 4to. £ 

The Harmony of the Divine Will, and the Heavenly Doctrines 

of the Old and Testaments, illustrated in the Fulfilment of 
many of the ancient Prophecies of the Servants of the Most 
High, under the Patriarchal, Mosaical, and Prophetical Dis- 
pensations ; relating to the History and Ministry of our Lord 
and Saviour Jesus Christ. Compiled from the Sacred Writings. 
London : Printed for the Editor, by Henry Fry, Basinghall 
Street ; and sold by W. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street ; 
Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street ; J. and A*. Arch, 
Cornhill ; W. and T. Darton, Holborn ; and S. Burton, 
Houndsditch. ..... 8vo. 1807 22| 



A L D FRIENDS BOOKS. i 

ADY, John, of London, — continued. 

An Exordium to the reading of the Sacred Writings of the Old 

and New Testaments. (Signed " J. A.") 

Fry, Printer, 78, Sun Street, Bishopsgate, {London) 8vo. about 1807 J 
He died the 17th of 11th mo. 1812, aged 68 years, and was buried on the 
22nd of the same mo., in Friends' Burial-ground, Bunhill Fields. 
A.J. || Joseph Ady, of Southwark, London. 

Sermons of several of the People called Quakers, taken in short 

hand, as they were spoken in their Meeting Houses, and made 
publick to prevent the clamour and misunderstanding of many 
people, about their mamier and method of Preaching. 

London : Printed for Joseph Ady, and sold by John Ady, Comb 
Maker, over against the South Sea House ; and at Joseph 
Ady y s, in Marshall Street, the Bank-side, Southwark, 8vo. 1738 7 J 
Contents. — 1st. — A Sermon preached by Mr. Thomas Story, at Grace- 
church Street Meeting, the 29th January, 1737. 
2nd. — Mr. Thomas Story's Discourse in the Meeting at Horslydown, on 

the 26th day of February, 1737. 
3rd. — Samuel Scott's Testimony at Gracious Street, the 27th of Nov- 
ember, 1737. 
4th. — A Sermon or Declaration by Benjaminah Padley, at Gracechurch 

Street Meeting, about the 8th month, 173,7. 
5th. — Deborah Bell's upon the Lord's Prayer. 
6th. — Lydia Lancaster's Farewell Sermon at Gracious Street, December 

17th, 1738, with her Prayer after Sermon. 
N.B. — The Titles of these Sermons may be found under the respective 
names of the individuals. The 1st, 3rd, and 5th, are reprinted in 
Vol. 3 of " Scripture Truths demonstrated," &c. York, 1824. 
See " Sermons." 
*ADY, Joseph, of 105, Fenchurch Street, London, Son of John Ady. 

To Her most Gracious Majesty the Queen. The Humble Petition 

of Joseph Ady, sheweth, " That your Petitioner is 76 years of 
age, and has been unjustly imprisoned," &c. 8vo. August 29, 1850 £ 
Ke was interred on the 22nd day of the 7 th month, 1852, in Friends' 
Burial Ground, Whitechapel, aged 77 years. 
AGGS, Henry Gurney. Son of Henry Aggs, of Tottenham. 

A Memoir of Henry Gurney Aggs, Printed for private circulation. 

Richard Barrett, Printer, 13, Mark Lane, London. 4to. 1847 24 pages 
For a further account of H. G. Ag^s, see " The Annual Monitor," 
No.. 6, New Series for 1848. Also a work called " Youthful Pilgrims," 
Published in 1854 and 1855. He died at Saffron Walden, the 13th 
of 12th month, 1846, aged 19 years 
ALDAM, Thomas, of Warnsworth, near Doncaster, in Yorkshire. 

A few words of exhortation and Reproof . . 4to. 1652 ^ 

And others. False Prophets and false Teachers described. 

(Signed at the end by Thomas Aldam, Elizabeth Hooton, William 
Pears, Benjamin Nicholson, Jane Holmes, Mary Fisher, Prisoners 
of the Lord at York Castle.) 4to. No Printer's Name or Place. [1652] 1 
A Tract with a similar Title is placed in John Whiting's Catalogue, 
under George Fox's name, which I believe is an error. 

And Benjamin Nicholson, John Harwood, and Thomas Lawson. 

A Brief Discovery of a threefold Estate of Antichrist now extant 
in the World : — Viz. a Description of (1) The True and False 
Temple ; (2) the False Ministery, and (3) the false Churches, 
whereunto is added the trial of one George Fox, in Lancashire. 



6 A CATALOGUE OF A L D 

ALDAM, Thomas, — continued. 

with his answer to eight Articles exhibited against him ; being 
j\ sent in a Letter from Kellet to some friends in Yorkshire. Also, 

Certain Queries upon a Petition lately presented to the Parlia- 
ment from divers Gentlemen and others in Worcestershire; 
necessary to be answered by the Petitioners who are said to be 
6000 in number. London : Printed for Giles Calvert, Black 
Spread Eagle, at the West End of Pauls, . . 4to. 1653 3 

Ditto, another edition, different. 

An Exhortation to the Magistrates. Thomas Aldam, by the 

dark world called a Quaker. Inserted at page 29 of R. Farns- 
worth's " General good to all People, &c." . . 4to. 1653 £ 

A Letter to his Wife Mary Aldam, &c, at the end of R.F.'s 

" God's Covenanting with his People," &c. . . 4to. 1653 J 

See also Thomas Adams. 

Nv The searching out the deceit, and bringing the Deceiver's Words 

TV and Actions to the Light, to be proved and tryed with the Light, 
which is just, judging and condemning that which is acted or 
spoken contrary to the Light. 4to. Printed in the Yeer, 1655 1 
Account of Thomas Aldam in " Piety Promoted," Part 2. 
Life of Thomas Aldam, &c. in " Biographical Notices of Mem- 
bers of the Society of Friends, by Henry Tuke." Vol.2, page 59. 

12mo. York, 1815 
Reprinted, see H. Tuke. 

Memoirs of Thos. Aldam, in Vol.11 of " The Friends' Library," 

8vo. Philadelphia, 1847 
He died in the 4th month, 1660. 

ALDAM, Thomas, his Son, of Warnsworth, in Yorkshire, where he 
built a Meeting House, and inclosed a burying place. 

A Short Testimony concerning that faithful servant of the Lord, 

Thomas Aldam, of Warnstvorth, in the County of York ; who 
in patience and tribulation was a follower of the Lamb, finished 
his course in the Truth, and departed this Life in the 4th Month, 
in the year 1660. Something also concerning Mary his wife ; 
and also concerning Margaret Kellam, and Joan Kellam, his 
two sisters. With a few words in exhortation to such as are 
the Children of believing Parents, or are more lately com'd to 
be convinced of the Truth. Given forth in the sense of the 
great love of God, which hath visited his people, in this our 
Age and Day. By Thomas Aldam, Son to the above said 
Thomas Aldam. London : Printed for Thomas Northcott, 
in George Yard, in Lumbard Street. . . 4to. 1690 2 

N.B.— On the Back of the Title is G. F.'s (George Fox's) Testimony 

concerning Thomas Aldam. 
Account of him in " Piety Promoted," part 8. 
He died the 17th of the 1st month, 1722-3, and was buried at Warmv.orth, 

aged 74 years. 



ALE FRIENDS' BOOKS. 7 

ALDERSON, John, (Son of Ralph and Alice) of Ravenstonedale, 
Westmoreland. 

Some nseful Observations and Advices taken from the mouth of 

John Alderson, deceased : with a short account of him, during 
the Time of his last illness. To which is added, a Testimony 
from the Monthly Meeting of Sedbergh, in Westmorland, 
concerning him. London : Printed by Luke Hinde, at the 
Bible, in George Yard, Lombard Street. . . 8vo 1765 2 

Reprinted. — A Neiv Edition. London : Printed and sold by 

William Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street. 12mo. 1812 1^- 
Account of him in "Piety Promoted," part 8. 

He died at the house of Thomas Jackson, in London, (whilst on a religi- 
ous visit to Friends in the Southern parts of this nation), the 26th 
of the 4th month, 1764, and was interred on the 30th of the same, 
in Friends' Burial Ground, Bunhill Fields ; after a large and solemn 
meeting held at Devonshire House for that purpose. He was aged 
near 43, and a Minister about 12 years. 

ALDERSON, Alice, Wife of Ralph Alderson, of Ravenstonedale, West- 
moreland, a Minister, she travelled, and visited America, Scot- 
land and Ireland. 
Account of her in " Piety Promoted," Part 8. She died the 15th of the 8th 
Month, 1766, aged 88, a Minister 60 years, buried at Ravenstonedale. 

*ALDRIDGE, Susanna, of Berkshire? 

Abominations in Jerusalem discovered. . . 4to. 1685 

Unsound. Replied to by Mary Ellwood and Margery Clipson. 
ALEXANDER, Ann, Daughter of Wm. and Esther Tuke, and Wife 
of William Alexander, of York. 

An Address to the Inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina. 

Philadelphia: Printed by Kimber , Conrad Sf Co. . 8vo. 1805 £ 

Written at Philadelphia, 3rd month 1st, 1805. 

Remarks on the Theatre, and on the late Fire at Richmond, in 

Virginia. 

York : Printed by Thomas Wilson and Son, for the Author, 
and sold by William Alexander, York; also by Darton, Har- 
vey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, and William Phillips, 
London : and by M.M. and E. Webb, Caster Street, Bristol. 

8vo. 1812 2 
Reprinted. — 2nd edition. — York: Printed for W.Alexander, 
and Sold by him ; Sold also by Darton, Harvey and Darton : 
William Phillips ; and Longman and Co., London ; also by 
M.M. and E. Webb, Bristol . . . 12mo. 1814 1 

Anonymous. 

Facts relative to the state of Children who are employed by 

Chimney Sweepers, as Climbing Boys ; with observations and 
outlines of a plan for the amelioration of their condition. York: 
Printed for W. Alexander, and Sold by him ; sold also by Darton, 
Harvey, and Co., W. Phillips, and W. Darton, Jim., London. 

12mo. 1817. 2 sheets or 46 pages 
Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. — York : Printed for W.Alex- 
ander, Castlegate, sold by Darton, Harvey and Co., W. 
Phillips, and W. Darton, Jun., London . 12mo. 1817 






8 A CATALOGUE OF 



ALE 



ALEXANDER, Ami,— continued. 

A Selection of Hymns, designed principally for the use of Pri- 
soners. By the Author of " Facts, &c. respecting Climbing 
Boys." York: Printed for W. Alexander, sold also by Darton, 
Harvey and Co., Baldwin and Co., W. Phillips; and W. Dar- 
ton, Jun., London; M. M. and E. Webb, Bristol: and by 
James Robertson, Edinburgh. . . . 12mo. 1819 3^ 

A Supposed Dialogue between a Member of the Religious Society 

of Friends and another Religious Professor, who had been at 
one of their Publick Meetings for Worship, which had been 
held in Silence. Printed by Hargrove, Gawthorp, and Cobb, 
Herald Office, York, for William Alexander, {about 1819) 

Anonymous. Small 8vo. No Date. J 

Warrior and Pacificus ; or, Dialogues on War. By the Author 

of " Remarks on the Theatre, &c." York : Printed for William 
Alexander ; sold also by Darton, Harvey and Co., W. Phillips, 
W. Darton, Jun., London', James Robertson, Edinburgh ; and 
by Christopher Bentham, Dublin. (Anonymous.) 12mo. 1819 2 

Appeal on behalf of Climbing Boys. 

Two Disasters. 

The Planter. (Anonymous.) . . 12mo. York, No Date. J 

The Woman of Samaria. London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate 

Without. (Anonymous.) . . . 12mo. 1846 

Re-printed, entitled, — "The Woman of Samaria, with some 
remarks in reference to the Seventh Commandment." 12mo. 1846 
Soon after the decease of her husband in 1841, Ann Alexander removed 
to Ipswich, where she died the 19th of 9th month, 1849, aged 82 
years. In " The Annual Monitor for 1850," page 124, (of which 
she appears to have been the originator) there is an interesting me- 
moir of her ; the earlier numbers of that Annual contain several of 
her contributions. See " Annual Monitor." 

ALEXANDER, Ann, Daughter of William Dillwyn of Walthamstow, 
and Wife of Richard Dykes Alexander, of Ipswich. 

Fruits and Flowers. 

The Wheatsheaf ; chiefly composed of gleanings from pious 

Authors. 3rd edition, enlarged. London ■' Printed for Darton 
and Harvey, Gracechurch Street; and Hatchard and Son, 
Piccadilly. ..... 24mo. 1836 3 

The Garden. 

The Shrubbery. 

The 4 above reprinted in 1 vol., entitled " Gleanings from 
Pious Authors : comprising The Wheatsheaf. Fruits and 
Flowers, Garden, and Shrubbery. A new edition with a 
Brief notice of the former publications of these volumes, 
by James Montgomeiy . Foolscap, 8vo. 1846 432 pages. 

Reprinted. — A new edition. London: John Darton and Co. 
Holborn Hill ; W. and F. G. Cash, Bishopsgate Street, 
Ipswich; J.M. Burton and Co. . . 8vo. 1853 28 



ALE friends' books. 9 

ALEXANDER, Ann, of Ipswich, — continued. 

Hints for a Sick Chamber. Ipswich : Printed and Sold by S.H. 

Cowell, Old Butter Market : sold also by Edmund Fry, Bishops- 
gate Street, London. , 12mo. 1838 h 

Gathered fragments : briefly illustrative of the Life of George 

Dillwyn. {Edited by her.) See " George Dillwyn." 8vo. 1858 3f 
All the above, are Anonymous. 

ALEXANDER, Catherine, • of Stoke Newington, near London, and 
Maria Candler. 

Extracts of letters lately received from the West Indies, in regard 

to education and the Cholera. . . . Folio, 1851 1^ 

ALEXANDER, Edward, (Son of Samuel and Deborah Alexander,) 
of Limerick^ in Ireland. 

To the Inhabitants of this City, {Limerick) . 4to. 1831 \ 

A large Broadside with these words. " Repent. The Cholera, 

with which we have been lately visited, is but as a drop fallen 
out of the cup of the Lord's just indignation for our manifold 
sins, — more of whose Righteous Judgments we may expect will 
be poured forth upon us, unless we Repent." Edward Alexander. 
Limerick, 23rd of 5th Month, 1833. R.D. Webb, Printer, Dublin. 

Cholera. Observe ! on some days this judgment is not so severe 

as on others. Printed at Canter s Paper and Account Book 
Warehouse, 12, Francis Street, Limerick. . Folio, AoDate. £ 

N Anonymous. 

A Testimony of the Monthly Meeting of Limerick, concerning 

Edward Alexander, deceased. Printed by direction of the 
Yearly Meeting of Friends, held in Dublin, 1837. 

Dublin: Richard D. Webb, Great Brunswick Street. 8vo. 1837 ll 

a 

A Memoir of Edward Alexander, with a Testimony from the 

Monthly Meeting of Limerick, and extracts from his diary. 

London: Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without; Dublin.- 

J.B. Gilpin, 59, Dame Street. . Foolscap, 8vo. 1849 7 

He died the 6th and was interred on the 9th of the 10th Month, 1836, in 

Friends' Burial Ground, at Limerick. Aged about 49, a Minister 

about 5 years. 

ALEXANDER, George William, of London, and Stoke Newington, 
but now residing at Reigate, in Surrey. 

— — Some observations on the concluding portion of an article in the 
Edinburgh Review, on the Grounds and objects of the Budget; 
in a letter to the Editor of the Morning Chronicle. By G.W. 
Alexander. London: Smith, Elder and Co. 65, Cornhill . 1841 

Letters on the Slave Trade, Slavery, and Emancipation ; with 

a reply to objections made to the liberation of the Slaves 
in the Spanish Colonies ; addressed to Friends on the Conti- 
nent of Europe, during a visit to Spain and Portugal. 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street ; Duncan 

and Malcolm, 37, Paternoster Row. Foolscap 8vo, 1842 12 



#< 



10 A CATALOGUE OF ALE 

ALEXANDER, George William,— con tinned. 

Letter addressed to Edward Smith, of Sheffield, on the intro- 
duction of Slave grown sugar into the British Market Folio, 1844 J 

Liberte immediate et absolue, ou Esclavage. Observations sur 

le Rapport de M. Le due De Broglie, President de la Com- 
mission institute par decision Royale du 26 mai 1840, pour 
l'examen des questions relatives a 1' Esclavage et a la Constitu- 
tion politique des colonies francaises ; adressees a Tous les 
Francais Amis de la Liberte et de l'humanite. Par Geo. W. 
Alexander et John Scoble, de Londres Paris : Librairie de 
Fir min Dido t Freres, imprimeurs de V institute Rue Jacob, 56. 

N.B.— John Scoble, not a Friend. 8vo. 1844 3 J 

ALEXANDER, Mary, of Needham Market, Suffolk. 

Some account of the Life and Religious Experience of Mary 

Alexander, late of Needham Market. (Edited by her 
b V brother, W. A.) York : Printed by C. Peacock, for IV. 

Alexander, and sold by him ; also by W. Phillips, George 
Yard, Lombard Street, and Darton, Harvey, and Darton, 
No. 55, Gracechurch- Street, London . . 12mo. 1811 13 

Reprinted, in vol. 13 of "The Friends' Library," Philadelphia, 1849 

There is inserted " A short Testimony from "Woodbridge Monthly 
Meeting, concerning her Mother Martha Alexander," who died 
the 18th of 9th Month, 1775, also some mention of Sarah Harrison 
and Elizabeth Coggeshall, from America. 

She died the 4th of the 12th Month, 1809, aged about 50, a Minister 
about 21 years. Her remains were interred at Worcester, on the 
7th of the same Month. 

ALEXANDER, Richard Dykes, Son of Dykes Alexander, of Ipswich, 
Suffolk. 

Observations on the Subject of War, (By Pacificator). 8vo. 1817 f 

Ipswich Reading Lessons, selected from the Scriptures only. 

Folio, about 1820 
Reprinted, the 2nd edition enlarged. 

The Speech of a Layman at a late Anniversary Meeting of a 

Bible Association in the County of Suffolk. . . 8vo. 1826 £ 

And others. An Address to the Society of Friends on the 

Temperance Reformation, . . 8vo. London, 1840 £ 

See "Friends." 

A Catalogue of Ipswich Temperance publications. 

Ipswich, Printed, 12mo. ^ 

This contains the titles of about 300 tracts, several of which are by 
R. D. Alexander. 

Testimonial to the truthfulness of " A Memoir of John Jacques 

Steel, by Philip Dickerson," prefixed to the 2nd edition. 18mo. 1854 

— : — Prospectus of " Ipswich series of Friends' Tracts." 12mo. 1856 2 pages. 
Xo. 10. "War inconsistent with Christianity, by R.D.A. 12mo. 1856. 



ALE friends' books. 11 

ALEXANDER, Samuel, of Needham Market, Suffolk, where he was 
born in the year 1749. 

An address to the Members of the Two Monthly Meetings, 

constituting the Quarterly Meeting of Friends of the County 
of Suffolk. Ipswich : Printed by King and Savage, at the 
County Press. ----- 8vo. 1812 £ 

Re-printed. — The 2nd edition, (with some alterations.) 

York : Printed by Thomas Wilson and Son, for William 
Alexander, and sold by him ; sold also by Darton, Harvey 
and Darton ; and William Phillips, London. - 8vo. 1812 J 

Serious Thoughts on the Fall and Restoration of Man ; with 

some remarks on the Doctrines of Predestination and Original 
Sin. By Aquila. Printed for the Author* and sold by Long- 
man, Hurst, Pees and Co., London. - - 12mo. 1814 2£ 

Remarks on the Loan Fund. Dated, Needham, 6th Month, 

13th, 1814 ----- 4to. 1814 J 

Republished at the end of George Harrison's " Memoir 
of the Origin, nature, and purpose, of a Loan Fund, &c." 
2nd edition - - - - l2mo. 1822 

Query, if in 1st edition, 1821. See George Harrison. 

Tender caution and counsel to such as join the Society of 

Friends through convincement. York : Published and sold by 
William Alexander, sold also in London by Darton and Co., 
W. Phillips, and W. Darton, Jun. - - 12mo. 1818 £ 

Brief remarks on the discipline among Friends, particularly as 

it relates to Tythes, and to those who pay them. York : Pub- 
lished and sold by William Alexander, sold also in London ^y 
Darton and Co., W. Phillips, and W. Darton, Jun. 12mo. 1818 1 

Remarks on Dr. Adam Clarke's Discourse on the nature, insti- 
tution, and design of the Holy Eucharist, commonly called the 
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. By Verax. Printed for the 
Author, and sold by J. Lomax, Stockport, Sfc. - 12mo. 1819 2 J 
See also " Anonymous." 

A Letter to Friends of Great Britain. London ; Printed and 

sold by Harvey and Darton, 55, Gracechurch Street ; sold also 
by W. Alexander, York - - - - 8vo 1820 1 

He died the loth of 12th month, 1824, Aged 75 years. For a further account 
of him, see "Piety Promoted," Part 11, page 331. 

ALEXANDER, Sarah, Wife of Samuel Alexander, of Leominster. 

A Voice from the Wilderness ; being a brief review of the Calling, 

Progress, and Present Decline of the Society of Friends. By 
Sarah Alexander. Gloucester : Printed by John Bellows, Com- 
mercial Road. Birmingham: White Sf Pike. 8vo. [1860] 4 J. 

She died soon after, the 22nd of 4th mouth, I860, Aged 51 years. 



12 A CATALOGUE OF ALE 

ALEXANDER, William, Needham Market, Suffolk, afterwards of 
York, where he carried on the business of a Bookseller for 
many years. Son of Dykes and Martha Alexander. 

The Silent Pause, and other verses ; addressed to the Girls at a 

boarding school for Friends' Children. Written on different 
occasions. York : Printed by C. Peacock, for W. Alexander, 

Anonymous. 8vO. 1811 2£ 

The Annual Monitor. — See Periodical Publications. 

The Powers of Britain. Respectfully addressed to the Legis- 

ture and People of the United Kingdom. (A Poem.) 

York : Printed for the Author, and sold by William 
Alexander, York, 8fc. - 8vo. 1813 2 

See Anonymous. 

Christian Discipline, Public Religious Worship, and Gospel 

Ministry, briefly considered. 

York; Printed for the Author and sold by him; sold also by 
M.M. and E. Webb, Bristol ; and by Darton, Harvey and 
Co., W. Phillips and W. Darton, Jun., London. 12mo. 1814 5 
"The 1st Part of this work treats on the nature of Christian Discipline, 
as practised in the Primitive Church. — The 2nd offers, under a feel- 
ing of much deference and tenderness, a few Hints on the Exercise 
of Gospel Ministry among the Society of Friends : — and the 3rd Part 
takes a brief view of Christian Discipline as exercised amongst 
Friends, in reference to the different Offices in the Church, the care 
of the Poor, and the conducting of Meetings for Discipline." 

Note in W. A.'s Catalogue, 1824. 

A Brief Historical Catechism of the Holy Scriptures, designed 

for the use of Children and young persons. Part I. 

York : Printed for the Author, and sold by him ; sold also 

by Darton, Harvey and Co., W. Phillips, and W. Darton, 

Jun., London. - Kinio. 1815 2 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition, enlarged and improved, York : 

Printed and Published by W. Alexander and Son, $fc. Src. 

^16mo. 1822 2 

— The same, Part 2 ----- 16mo. 1819 3 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition. 

— Observations on the construction and fitting up of Meeting 
Houses, &c, for Public Worship, illustrated by Plans, Sections, 
and Description, including one lately erected in the City of 
York ; embracing in particular, The Method of Warming and 
Ventilating. York: Published and Sold by William AUsandtr, 
sold also by Harvey and Darton, Wm. Phillips, and Wm. Darton, 
Jun., London; C. Bentham, Dublin, J. Robertson, Edinburgh ; 
and M. M. and E. Webb, Bristol . - Large 4to. 1820 8£ 

— The Little Oc-age Captive, an authentic narrative ; to which are 

added, some interesting letters, written by Indians. [By 
Elias Cornelius.] (^Frontispiece.) York: Printed and Pub- 
lished by W. Alexander $* Son, Castlegate, Sfc. 18mo. 1824 182 pages. 
Edited bv W.A., but without his name. 



ALE 



FRIENDS 7 BOOKS. 



IS 



CONTENTS OF No. 1. 

Preface page 3 

Letters and Epistles, with Notices of 
the Writers, viz.— Introduction to 

Colchester Scries 9 

Williain Dewsbury 12 

George Fox, the Younger 17 

Jonah Coale 23 

George Rofe 26 

Richard Hubberthorn 30 

William Caton 33, 42, 62 

Stephen Crisp 38 

Catherine Johnson 39 

John Blaykling 45 

Humphry Smith 48 

John Higgins 56 

A Preface by Stephen Crisp 67 



ALEXANDER, William,-- continued. 

Collectitia : or, Pieces, Religious, Moral, and Miscellaneous, ad- 
apted to the Society of Friends. Volume first, (all published) 
York : Printed and Published by W. Alexander and Son, 
Castlegate ; sold also by Harvey and Darton, and W. Phillips, 
London ; C. Bentham, Dublin. - 8vo. 1824 
N.B. — This work was published in four numbers or parts, on the Covers 
of which is this Advertisement.— "The object and design of this 
work are exhibited in the Preface to the First Number ; and cannot 
easily be explained within the limits of an advertisement. They may 
however be briefly stated to be to rescue many valuable pieces 
from oblivion, to revive others that have long lain in obscurity, and 
to notice passing events and other objects of interest to the Society, 
by a publication, not issued at any stated period, but occasionally, 
as materials may be furnished.'' 

CONTENTS OF No. 3. 
Letters and Epistles, with Notices of 
the Writers, viz.— Dorothy Hutch- 
inson and Letter 241 

John CI aus and Epistle 253 

Extracts from Ancient Publications. 

An Epistle of Charles Marshall ... 259 

Narrative of the Sufferings of R. Seller 265 

M iscellaneous. 

On Missionary Labours 284 

Review of an Appeal to Friends on 

Missions 300 

Converted .Tew, an affecting Narrative 303 

The Jews' Society - ..307 

Christianity universal in its requisitions 307 
Principles of Peace .. .. ... .. 310 

Early Missions in the Society of 
Friends, Narrative of the Ship, 
" Woodhouse," and Robert Fowler's 

Voyage to New England 312 

Some Account of Buenos Ayres. . . . 321 

Tract Lending Libraries 331 

That established by Friends . . . . 332 
Report on Tract Lending by the Me- 
thodists at York 337 

One Talent improved 340 

British Society for Female Prisoners 340 
Ohio Yearly Meeting Advice . . . . 346 

Dr. White on Swearing 351 

Plague of Locusts 353 

Poetry.— Sudden Death 3:6 

„ Shall we receive good, &c. 358 

„ Be still 359 

„ Bird of Paradise 360 

„ The Sweeps 360 

CONTENTS OF No. 4. 
Letters and Epistles, with Notices of the 

Writers. Colchester Series continued 361 

Robert Barrow 361 

Colchester Meeting 367 

Extracts from Ancient Publications. 
Epistle of George Fox the Younger. . 373 
John Camm to Oliver Cromwell .. 384 
Wm. Penn's Travels in Holland and 

Germany 389 

To the King of Poland 397 

Miscellaneous. 

Letter from Buenos Ayres 402 

The System of Vagrancy exposed . . 414 

Early Missions of Friends 427 

Refine Weeke's Plea 435 

Hester Browning's Deed of Release of 

Impropriate Tithes 445 

Christianity of the Apostles, or Hints 

on the first Centuries of the Church 449 
Frederick Smith's Address . . . . 46S 

Indian Anecdote 474 

Letters to and from Indians . . . . 476 
Anecdote of Archbishop Usher . . 478 
The Cockpit 480 



Anonymous to Stephen Crisp 

Extracts from Ancient Publications. 
Geo. Fox's (Jun.) Lamentation '. .. 
-General Epistle .. 



70 



Miscellaneous 
Poems by Bernard Barton. — Silent 

Worship. -Napoleon 95,97 

Hints relative to some Principles dis- 
played by Creative Influence in the 
Formation and Organization of our 

Earth 100 

Biblical References 114 

Tract Library Association 119 

CONTENTS OF No. 2. 
Letters and Epistles, with Notices 
of the Writers, viz. — Colchester 

Series continued 121 

William Caton 122,127,133 

Robert Duncon 131 

Peter Hendricks 143 

Benjamin Furley 149 

John Lodge 151 

William Dewsbury 156 

George Whitehead 157 

Katherine Evans & Sarah Chevers.159,161 

J.B 168 

Johannes Kimber 170 

Extracts from Ancient Publications. 
Humphry Smith on the Plague and 

Fire in London 172 

The Captives' Return 190 

Miscellaneous. 

Abolition of Slavery 205 

A Memorial of James Naylor, the Re- 
proach and Glorv of Quakerism. 

By Bernard Barton 224 

Biblical References 228 

The Indian Chief 231 

Elegy on William Tuke, by Charlotte 

Richardson 232 

Early Missions among Friends.". .". 234 
Retreat, near York . . . . 239 



14 A CATALOGUE OF ALE 

ALEXANDER, William,— con tinned. 

Remarks on temporary accommodations for holding Meetings 

for Worship ; principally extracted from observations on the 
construction and fitting up of Meeting Houses, &tc. 

York'. Printed by W. Alexander and Son, Castlegate; sold also 
by Harvey and Barton, W. Darton, and E. Fry, London ; 
R. Peart, Birmingham - Small 12mo. (about 1825) \ 

Fruits of Piety, exhibited in a collection of Narratives respecting 

children and young persons. Part 1st. " Train up a child in 
the way he should go ; and when he is old he will not depart 
from it." Prov. xxii. 6. York : Printed and sold by Alexander 
and Son, Castlegate, Sfc. ... 18mo. 1824 7 

The same. Part 2. York : Printed and sold by Alexander and 

Son, Castlegate, Sfc. Sfc. - - - 18mo. 1825 71 

The same. Part 3rd. York : Printed by W. Alexander and Co. 

Castlegate, Sfc. .... 18mo. 1833 8^ 

Speech of William Alexander, at the 11th Annual Meeting of 

the Peace Society, in " The Herald of Peace," vol. 6, part I. 

New Series, page 71. - - - - 8vo. 1827 JL 

8 

The Pace- Ground, and a Sabbath Day's Excursion. Printed 

and Sold by W.Alexander and Son, Castlegate, York, Sfc. 12mo. 1827 ^ 

Anonymous. 

An affectionate Salutation to the Ministers and Elders of the 

Society of Friends. Written and dated York, 9th Month, 1826. 
York : Printed and Sold by W. Alexander and Son, Castlegate. 

12mo. 1826 1 
Reprinted. — York: Printed by W. Alexander Sf Son, 

Castlegate. ... 12mo. 1828 1 

Prospectus of a revised edition of the authorized version of the 

Holy Bible. 

I suppose "W. A. did not receive sufficient encouragement to bring out 
the whole of the Bible, as the work does not appear to have been 
proceeded with beyond the following, — 

The Pentateuch, or the Five Books of Moses ; principally de- 
signed to facilitate the audible or social reading of the Sacred 
scriptures ; illustrated with notes, Historical, Geographical, 
and otherwise explanatory, and also pointing out the fulfilment 
of the Prophecies. York: Printed and published by W. 
Alexander and Son, Castlegate, fyc. - - 8vo. 1828 49| 

Memoirs of the late Mrs. Susan Huntington, of Boston, 

Massachusetts, consisting principally of extracts from her 
Journal and Letters ; with the Sermon occasioned by her death. 
By Benjamin B. Wisner, Pastor of the old South Church in 
Boston. With her Portrait. 

York: Printed by W. Alexander and Son, Castlegate. Sec. 8vo. 1828 
This edition was edited by "W. A., it is a remarkably instructive Memoir 
of a very pious individual, though not a Member of our Society. 



ALE FRIENDS' BOOKS. 15 

A LEX ANDER, William,— continued. 

The Juvenile Gleaner : or, Anecdotes and Miscellaneous Pieces, 

designed for Amusement and Instruction. By the Author of 

" a Brief Historical Catechism of the Holy Scriptures," &c.&c. 

With a Frontispiece. - 18mo. 1825? 

Economist of Time. 

Remedy for Typhus and Scarlet fevers ; and means of preventing 

contagion. 

Hints on education. 

A Scrap for the New Year ; or the cause of National Distress 

briefly considered. 
York : Printed by TV. Alexander and Son, Castlegate, Sfc. 8vo. 1830 1 J 

The Honey-Comb, containing the Life of Taulerus, Young's 

Poem on Resignation, a Hymn, by Addison. (Edited by Wm. 
Alexander.) York : Printed by TV. Alexander and Co. Castle- 
gate ; sold also by Harvey and Darton, and E. Fry, London ; 

D. F. Gardiner, Dublin. " 32mo. 1831 » 

is 

The Hymn by Addison, is " Confidence in Divine Providence." 

The Life of Thomas Story, abridged by John Kendall, revised 

and considerably enlarged from the folio edition written by 
himself. By William Alexander. In 2 vols. York : Printed 
by William Alexander and Co. Castlegate, &c. &c. 12mo. 1832 

Capital Punishments. (Anonymous) - York, 12mo. 1838 J 

Quakerism unmasked : comprising a Glance at J. Wilkinson's 

" Quakerism examined," By Amicus. 
York : Printed and Sold by William Alexander. Sold also by 

Harvey Sf Darton, and E. Fry and Son, London. 8vo. 1839 26 

Dominion of the Prince of Peace ; with its application to the 

Slave Trade and Slavery. 5th month, 1840. York, - 8vo. 1840 31 
Not Published. 8 

A Brief History of Tithes, especially in relation to the English 

System. Printed by TV. Alexander and Co., Castlegate, York. 

Foolscap, 8vo. No Date. 1 

Truth and No Fiction : or a short, but very interesting History. 

Printed by TV. Alexander and Son, Castlegate, York. 12mo. No Date ^ 

The Christian Sabbath briefly explained ; or the Sabbath Breaker 

tenderly warned. 

W. Alexander Sf Co., Printers, Castlegate, York. 12mo. No Date, i 

Duties of the Sabbath, being a sequel to " The Christian Sabbath 

briefly explained," &c. 

W. Alexander 8f Co., Printers, Castlegate, York. 12mo. No Date. J 

Bible Histories, or Tracts in Scripture Language. 

Converted Jew : a Striking Narrative. 

Family Worship in ttie Society of Friends. 

N.B. — The 7 above are all " Anonymous." William Alexander has issued 
several Catalogues of his Publications, He died at York, the 2nd 
of 4th Month, 1841, Aged 73 years. For a further account of him, 
see " The Annual Monitor," No. 30 for 1842. 



16 A CATALOGUE OF ALL 

ALEXANDER, William Henry, (his Son) of Ipswich, Suffolk. 

The Chronology of the Ancient World : a Lecture delivered 

at the Mechanics' Institution, Ipswich. 

London: Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, &c. 8vo. 1838 4 

ALLEN, John, of Liskeard, Cornwall. 

The cause of the Heavy burdens of Great Britain, and of her 

National Debt ; comprising a rapid survey of some of the 
great events, connected with British History, during the 
last hundred and fifty years. (Anonymous.) London : Darton 
and Harvey, Gracechurch Street. - - 12mo. 1836 1 

The Cause of the Heavy Burdens of Great Britain, and of her 

National Debt ; comprising a rapid survey of some of the great 
events especially connected with the financies of British History 
during the last hundred and fifty years. 2nd edition. Revised. 
(Anonymous.) London : Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch 
Street, and C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street. - - 12 mo. 1843 £ 

Prefixed to this edition is, "A Table which shews the progress and 
variations of the funded and unfunded Public debt, &c." 

Cursory view of some of the obstacles to the right apprehension, 

and full reception, of the Spiritual nature and blessings of 
Christianity. London : Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, 
and Edmund Fry, Bishopsgate Street ... 8vo. 1840 2 

The Statistics of War and Peace, by John Allen, Esq. and 

others. Being part of the Papers read to the Peace Conven- 
tion, in 1843. London : Printed by Richard Barrett, 13, Mark 
Lane; and sold by Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without, 
and at the Depository of the {Peace) Society. ... 12mo. No date. ■§ 

Compendious View of the Tithe Svstem, its progress, conversion 

into Tithe Rent-Charge, &c. in " The Friend," vol. 8 for 
2nd mo. 1850. 

Reprinted from ditto ... ... ... 12mo. 1850 

Reprinted by the London Tract Association ... 12mo. 1850 

Christian Baptism : or the Baptism of Christ. Do the Christian 

Churches generally entertain sound scriptural views respecting 
it? (Anonymous.) London: C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street 
Without. ... ... ... ... l2mo. 1850 1J 

Reprinted by the " Tract Association," ... 12mo. 1851 

Prospectus of a work to be published, entitled, " State Churches 

and the Kingdom of Christ." ... ... 4to. 1852 } 

— State Churches and the Kingdom of Christ. An Essay on the 
establishment of ministers, forms and services of religion by 
secular power ; and on its inconsistency with the free, humbling, 
spiritual nature of the Christian dispensation. London. 8vo. 1853 37} 



ALL friends' books. 17 

ALLEN, John, — continued. 

History of the Borough of Liskcard and its vicinity. By John 

Allen. London: W. 8f F. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate Without ; 

Liskeard: J. Philp. Crown 8 vo. 1856 564 pp. 

This work is illustrated with a Map, and 22 sketches of objects of interest. 

It relates the chief incidents of local history from early times ; exhibits 
the various changes of Society, the several charters of the borough, its 
municipal and ecclesiastical property, its courts, and representatives 
in parliament; describing the antiquities, religious houses, duchy and 
other manors, civil wars, agriculture, mines, and public improvements 
of the district ; with notices of prominent individuals and families — 
all connected with the History of Cornwall. 

From J. Allen's Prospectus. 

. On the Spiritual nature of the Christian dispensation ; and on 

some of the obstacles to its full apprehension and reception. 
London : Printed for the Tract Association of the Society of 
Friends. Sold at the Depository, 84, Houndsditch. 18mo. 1857 1-g- 

No. 4 New Series of Friends' Tracts. This is Anonymous, supposed 
the same as a " Cursory View," only with alterations. 

— - On the duty of ^Christian simplicity and plainness in Language, 
Dress and behaviour, according to the views of the Society 
of Friends. By John Allen. London : Printed for the Tract 
Association of the Society of Friends. Sold at the Depository, 
84, Houndsditch 12mo. 1858 £ 

He was also the writer of the biographies of the Cornish Friends, in " The 
Friend." For a further account of him, see "The Liskeard Gazette of 
Saturdav, February 19th, 1859." also "The Annual Monitor, for 1860, 
p. 3." He died 15th of 2nd Month, 1859. Aged 68 years. 

ALLEN, Richard, of Waterford, Ireland. A Minister. 

A Catechism of Religious Faith and Practice ; also a few ques- 
tions relative to the views of the Society of Friends concerning 
some christian precepts. Selected by Richard Allen. Dublin .- 

Printed by Richard Davis Webb, 10, William-street. 16mo. 1833 If 

Reprinted. The 2nd edition. Dublin : Printed by Richard 

Davis Webb, 161, Great Brunswick-street. ... 16mo. 1834 1^ 
Reprinted. The 3rd edition. Waterford .- T. S. Harvty, 55, 

Merchant's Quay, Sfc. ... ... 16mo. 1839 lj 

Reprinted. The 4th edition. fVaterford : Printed by Thomas 

Smith Harvey, 55, Merchant's Quay, frc. ... 16mo. 1844 If 
Reprinted. The 5th edition. Sold by C. Gilpin, Bishopsgate 

Without, London. — Printedby John Wright, Bristol. 16mo. 1848 1| 

Translated into Danish. Printed at Stavanger (Norway. J 

18mo. 1851 64 pp. 

ALLEN, Robert, and others, of Hor sly down, Southward, Surrey. 
The Cry of Innocent Blood — being a short Relation of the bar- 
barous cruelties — at Horslydown. 4to. Printed in the year, 1670 1 
For the Title in full, and Sufferer's names mentioned in this tract, 
See Sufferings. 

c 



18 A CATALOGUE OF ALL 

ALLEN, Sarah, of Bristol. A Minister. 

[An Address;] " To Friends of Bristol Monthly Meeting. 

Dated Bristol, 2nd month, 1833." (Anonymous.) Folio. [1833] 1 
IS. A. also edited " The Memoir, &c., of Priscilla Hannah Gurney." 
See P. H. G. 
She died the 1st of 6th month, 1850, aged 77 years. 

ALLEN, William, of Paries- Colne, Essex. 

and Robekt Ludgater and others. — The Glory of Christ's Light 

within expelling darkness, kc. ... ... ... 4to. 1669 

See Robert Ludgateb. 

The Last Words and Testimonies of and for William Allen, Late 

of Coiven in Essex, a faithfull Servant of the Lord; who 
finishing his Testimony, departed this Life the 21. of the 
11th month, 1679. London, Printed and sold by Benjamin 
Clark in George Yard, Lombard Street, ... ... 8vo: 1680 If 

Contents. — The Testimony of Martha Allen, concerning her deceased 
husband "William Allen. ... ... ... Page 4. 

Testimony — by Steven Crisp. ... ... ... ... ... „ 5. 

~ Ditto by John Fediman of Norwich. ... ... ... „ 8. 

Ditto by John Furly, Jun. .. ... „ 10. 

The Testimony of Ann Furly the Elder, concerning our deceased 

Friend, William Allen. „ 15. 

The Testimony of Martha King, concerning our dear Friend, 

William Allen „ 16. 

Ditto, of Susamia Potter, of Colchester. ... .. ... „ 18. 

Ditto, of Elizabeth Fryet. „ 19. 

He died the 21st of the 11th Month, 1679, aged about 63 years, a short 
account of him may be found in " Piety Promoted," Part 2. 

ALLEN, William, of Plough Court, Lombard Street, London, and 
Stoke Neivington, was the eldest Son of Job and Margaret Allen, 
of Spitalfields, London. His religious, scientific, and other 
writings, are as follows, viz : 

" On Revelation and Christianity," in " The Monthly Magazine," 

about 1798—9 

(Foureroy, A. F. de) Count. Elements of Chemistry and Natural 

History, with Notes [by W.A.] 8vo. 1800 

Syllabus of a Course of Lectures, read at Guy's Hospital. (In 

conjunction with Dr. Babington) 8vo. 1802 154 pages. 

From "Philosophical Transactions." 

Experiments upon a substance called Dapeche, from South 

America. Trans. Linn. Soc. viii. 320 1807 

On the quantity of Carbon in Carbonic Acid, and on the Nature 

of the Diamond, by W. Allen and W. H. Pepys. 

Phil 1 - Trans 113 - 1807 p. 267 

On the changes produced in Atmospheric Air and Oxygen 

Gas by Respiration, (in conjunction with W. H. Pepys) 

Phil 1 - Trans™ 3 - 1808 p. 249. 36 pages. 

On Respiration. (In conjunction with W. H. Pepys.) 

Phil 1 - Trans 119 - 1809 p. 404 26 pages. 



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friends' books. 19 



12 



ALLEN, William, — continued. 

Thoughts on the importance of Religion. (Anonymous) 

York: Printed by W. Blanchard and Son. ... 12mo. 1808 * 

Reprinted. — London: Printed and Sold by William Phillips, 
George Yard, Lombard Street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1809 £ 

Reprinted again. (same imprint) ... ... 12mo. 1810 1 

Reprinted again. YorJc: Printed by T. Deighton, Pavement. 

12mo. 1811 i- 
Reprinted again. York: Printed by C. Peacock, for W. Alex- 
ander, and sold by him. ... ... ... ... 16mo. 1812 % 

Translations in Foreign Languages. 

In French, entitled, — " Pensees sur L'importance de la Religion." 

A Marseille, de Imprimerie de Betrand, rue de la Guirlande. 

16mo. 1814 i 

Another Edition. Pensees sur l'importance de la Religion. 

A ' Londres : De V imprimerie de W. et S. Graves, 66, Cheapside. 

12mo. 1818 \ 

Another Edition. Pensees sur l'importance de la Religion, 

traduit de l'anglais sur i'editioii Publiee en 1840. Paris, 
Imprimerie de Firmin Didot Freres, Hue Jacob, No. 56. 12mo. 1844 ^ 

In Italian, entitled, — " Riflessi sull' Importanza della Religione." 

London: William and Samuel Graves, 66, Cheapside. 12mo. 1817 £ 

In Dutch, entitled, — Gedachten over de Belangrykheid van den 

Godsdienst. Overgezet uit het Engelsch. London : Gedrukt 

door J. B. G. Vogel, 7, Castle Street, Falcon Square. 12mo. 1819 "^ 

In Greek, 12mo. 1823 § 



Ditto 12mo. 1824 f 



- In Spanish, — entitled, — " Consideraciones Sobre la importancia 

de la Religion." Londres: Impreso por Harvey y Darton. 12mo.l82o £ , -s 

- In German, — entitled, — Betrachtungen liber die Michtigkeit oer > < cX% 

Religion. Von Wilhelm Allen. Aus dem Englischen. ' * w 

Zweite Auflage, bei George Uslar, in Pyrmont. 12mo. 1827 % 

-The same, but without his name. London.- Zu haben bei Edward 

Marsh, 84, Houndsditch 12mo. 1861 i 

An Edition printed at Berlin. 

- In Portuguese, — entitled, — Pensamentos sobre a Importancia da 

Religiao. Londres : Impreso para la asociacion de epitomes b 
distursos morales y Religiosos de la Sociedad de Amigos. Ven- 
dese en la Libreria, 84, Houndsditch. ... ... 12mo. 1858 ± 

- In Welsh, — entitled, — Syniadau ar Bwysigrwydd Crefydd. 
Llundain : Argraphivyd dros Gymdeithas 1 raethodau y Cyfeillion. 

Ar iverth yn y Llyfrdy, 84, Houndsditch. ... 12mo. 1861 ± 

Many editions in English and Foreign Languages. See the London and 
other Tract Associations. 

C 2 



20 A CATALOGUE OF ALL 

ALLEN, William, — continued. 

The Philanthropist : or Repository for Hints and suggestions 

calculated to promote the comfort and Happiness of man. 
(Edited by W. A., with the assistance of others.) In 7 vols. 
London : Sold by Longman and Co., Paternoster Row, Sfc. 1811 — 1819 
See Periodical P obligations. 

Companion to the Transit Instrument, containing the Right 

Ascension and Declination of Stars from the first to the fourth 
magnitude, with the places of some of the most interesting double 
stars. (Anonymous.) London: Printed by Richard and Arthur 
Taylor, Shoe Lane ; and to be had of Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Broivu, Paternoster Row. ... ... ... 8vo. 1815 3^ 

Evidence on Education. — In a work, entitled, " Report from 

Select Committee of the House of Commons, appointed to 
inquire into the education of the lower orders in the Metropolis : 
with the Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee." 

8vo. London, 1816 

Brief remarks upon the Carnal and Spiritual State of Man. With 

some observations upon the nature of true worship and Gospel 
Ministry. London : Printed by Bensley and Son, Bolt Court, 

Fleet Street 8vo. 1817 1£ 

The same, — London : Printed for Darton, Harvey, and Darton, 

55, Gracechurch Street. 8vo. 1817 1£ 

Reprinted — often, — See No. 25, London Tract Association. 
Do. No. 26, Dublin do. do. 

Translations in Foreign Languages. 

In French, entitled, — " Remarques succinctes sur L'etat Chamel 

et Spirituel de L' Homme, avec quelques observations sur la 
nature du vrai culte et du Ministere Evangelique. Par 
Guillaume Allen. Traduit de L' Anglais. 

8vo. No printer's name, place, or date. 2f 
Supposed printed at Paris, about 1817. 
In French, another translation. — entitled, — " Observations suc- 
cinctes sur L'etat Charnel et Spirituel De L' Homme avec 
quelques remarques sur la nature du veritable culte et du 
Ministere Evangelique. Par Guillaume Allen. Traduit de 
L' Anglais. A 'Londres : De V imprimerie de J. B. G. Vogel, 
7, Castle Street, Falcon Square. ... ... ... 12mo. 1819 li, 

Another edition. — Caen: Imprimerie de Charles Woinez. 

Rue Notre— Dame, 98. 8vo. 1844 If 

Another edition, — Londres: De L imprimerie de J. Wertheimer 

et cie, Circus Place, Finsbury Circus. ... ... l2mo. 1842 1 §• 

The same 12mo. 1845 1J. 

In Spanish, — entitled, — " Resumen de Algunas observaciones 

sobre los estados carnal y espiritual del Hombre, sobre la 
naturaleza del verdadero culto y sobre el Ministerio Evangelico. 
Por Guillermo Allen, Membro de la Sociedad de Christianos 
Llamados comunmente Cuaqueros. Londres : En la imprenta 
de D. Santiago Holmes, look's Court, Chancery Lane. 12mo. 1833 1£ 






ALL FRIENDS' BOOKS. 21 

ALLEN, William, — continued. 

In Italian, — entitled, — " Brcvi Cenni sullo Stato dell' uomo, 

secondo la carne e Secondo lo spirito ; con Alcune osservazioni 
snlla Natura del vero cnlto e del ministerio evangelico. Di 
Guglielmo Allen. . y' 

s Londra : Nella Stamperia di Gugiehno e Samuele Graves, ^ 

Sherbourn Lane. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1826 1 

Reprinted, — Londra : Nella Stamperia di Edouardo Couchman, 

10, Throgmorton Street, per V associazione dei Trattati della 
Societa degli Amici. Venduto da Edouardo Marsh, 84, Hounds- 
ditch. . .... ... ... .... 12rno. 1857 1 

Editions, 1846 and 1851. 

In German, entitled, — " Knrze Betrachtungen uber den geist- 

lichen nnd fleischlichen zustancb des nienchen Rebst einigen 
Bemerkungen uber die BeschafFehheit der wahren Gottesvere- 
brung und den Dienst des Evangelincis." London : Gedruckt 
bei Sehuhe und Co., 13, Poland Street. ... ... 12mo. 4841 lj* 

12 

Ditto ... 12mo. 1855 

In Dutch, entitled, — " Korte Aanmerkingen, over Den Vlees- 

chelyken en Geestelyken toestand van den mensch ; en over 
, den Aard Der ware Godsvereering en Evangelie-Predikiug. 
Door William Allen." London : Gedrukt by Edivard Couch- 
man, 10, Throgmorton Street : Voor het Tractaat Genootschap 
Van de Vereeniging der Vrienden. Te Verkrygen by Edmund 
Fry, 4, Bishopsgate St. Without ; en by Harvey and Darton, 
55, Gracechurch Street. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1840 

Reprinted, — London : Gedrukt voor het Tractaat Genootschap van 
de Vereeniging der Vrienden. Te verkrygen door Edward 

Marsh, 84, Houndsditch. 12mo, 1855 1 

No. 25 of Tracts published by London Tract Association. 

In Danish, Printed at Stavanger. ... ... 12:no. 1854 

Many editions in foreign languages, see London Tract Association. 

Reply on behalf of the London Proprietors to the address of the 

Inhabitants of New Lanark. London : Printed by Richard and 

Arthur Taylor, Shoe Lane. 8vo. 1818 § 

Scripture Lessons for Schools on the British System of mutual 

instruction, adopted in Russia, by order of the emperor Alex- 
ander 1st, in 3 parts. London : Printed by J. B. G. Vogel, 7, 

Castle street, Falcon- square. ... ... 8vo. 1820 10J 

Reprinted. See Anonymous. 
Translated into Greek, also in the Basque Language ? 

Speech of William Allen, in, "The Proceedings at the 19 th Anni- 
versary of the British and Foreign School Society, held at Free- 
mason's Tavern, Monday, May the 10 th 1824," page 12. 

8vo. London, 1824 ± 



22 A CATALOGUE OF ALL 

ALLEN, William, — continued. 

The Substance of an Address to the Students at Guy's Hospital, 

at the close of the Lectures on Experimental Philosophy. By 
William Allen, Fellow of the Royal Society of London, of the 
Linnean Society, &c. &c. London : Published by Longman, 
Pees, Onne, Brown and Green; J. and A. Arch ; Harvey and 
Darton ; J. Ha (chord ; W. Phillips; and E. Cox and Son, St. 
Thomas' s street, Borough. ... ... ... 8vo. 1826 2 

The same. 8yo. London: Published by Longman Sf Co. 1826; 

Reprinted, 1854 1 
(R. Taylor, Printer, Watts' Place, Chatham.) 

Colonies at Home : or, the means for rendering the industrious 

labourer independent of Parish relief; and for providing for 
the poor population of Ireland, by the cultivation of the soiL 
Printed by C. Greene, at the Schools of Industry, Lindjield, in 
Sussex, Sfc. ... ••' 8vo. [1827] 2 

The Preface is dated " Stoke Xewington, near London, loth f 
11th month, 1826." 

Reprinted, — a new edition, with additions. 

(Suppose the 6th edition.) 
Charles Green, Printer, at the Schools of Industry, Lindfield, 

Sussex, Sfc 8vo. 1832 3f 

An Appendix to the 6th edition of the above. ... ... 8vo. J 

Colonies at Home, &c. Translated into German, by C. F. 

Kleinschrod, of Munich, about 1833. 

See W. A.'s Life, vol. 3, p. 205. 
Translated also into the Russian Language ? 

An affectionate address to the Society of Friends. (The adver- 
tisement only by W. A.) 12mo. Lindfield, 1832 J 

See Anonymous. 

Friends' Library, consisting principally of Journals and extracts 

from Journals and other writings of Members of the Society of 
Friends. (Edited by W. A.) 

Lindfield : Printed at the Schools of Industry, 8fc* 

Vol. 1. — A Summary of the History, Doctrine, and Disci- 
pline, of the Society of Friends, and a Journal of the 
Life and Travels of John Woolman, in the service of the 
Gospel. 16mo. 1832 10 

Reprinted. The 2nd edition. 16mo. 1833 11 

The 3rd edition. Large 18 mo. 1838 9 

Vol. 2.— A Journal of the Life and Travels of Thomas Chalkley. 

16mo. 1832. 141} 

16 

„ Reprinted, 2nd edition, 16mo. 1835 14JJ 



ALL friends' books. 23 

ALLEN, William, — continued. — Friends' Library, 

Vol. 3. — Memoirs of the Life, Religious experience, and 
Labours in the Gospel of James Gough, — with an ac- 
count of the Life of John Richardson. ... 16mo. 1832 
Reprinted, 2nd edition. 16mo. 1837 11 

Vol. 4. — A Journal of the Life of William Edmundson. 

16mo. 1833 10 
Reprinted, 2nd edition. 16mo. 1837 10 

Vol h. — The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of 
the Society of Friends, — By William Sewel. Part 1. 

16mo. 1833 15 J 

Vol. 6.— Ditto. Part 2 16mo. 1833 14£ 

Vol. 7.— Ditto. Part 3 16mo. 1834 17 11 

16 

Vol. 8.— Ditto. Part 4. (with an Index to the whole) 16mo. 1834 16i 

16 
Vol. 9. — Brief Narratives of the Lives of Gilbert Latey, 

Christopher Story, and John Banks. ... 16mo. 1834 13 

Vol. 10. — No Cross, no Crown, &c. By W m - Penn. In 2 parts. 

16mo. 1834 16f 
Vol. 11. — An Account of the Gospel Labours and Christian 

experience of John Churchman ... ... 16mo. 1835 11 

Vol. 12. — The Life, Travels, and Christian experiences of 
Samuel Bownas. Also Memoirs of the Life of John 
Roberts 16mo. 1836 11L 3 

16 

Vol. 1 3. — Extracts from the Journal of the Life and Christian 

experiences of Thomas Story ... ... 16mo. 1836 9 

Vol. 14.— The History of the Life of Thomas Fllwood, fee- 
also, an account of the Life and Travels of Thomas Wilson. 

lGmo. 1836 III 

16 
Circular giving an account of the preceding 14 vols. 8yo. No date. \ 

Vol. 15. — Selections from an Apology for the True Christian 

Divinity.— By R. Barclay 16mo. 1837 11 

Vol. 16. — Memorials of deceased Members of the Society 

of Friends. (By Susannah Corder.) Large 18mo. 1837 10JL 
^Reprinted, — see S. Corder. 

A Plan for diminishing the Poor's Rates in Agricultural Districts. 

Being a brief account of the objects and plans pursued upon 
" Gravely Estate," in the Parish of Lindfield, in Sussex, by 
John Smith, M.P. and William Allen, for bettering the condition 
of the agricultural poor ; By William Allen, F.R.S 

London : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman. 

8vo. 1833 If 



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ALLEN, William, — continued. 

On Religious Persecution. (Anonymous.) 

W. Eade, Printer, Schools of Industry, Lindfield. 12mo. No date. £ 
Also printed in " The Lindfield Reporter." 

A Description of the Plan and objects of the Rural Colony at 

Lindfield. (With a Plan.) 

London: Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street. 8vo. 1834 1 

The Lindfield Reporter, or Philanthropic Magazine, — in 4 vols. 

(published in numbers.) 

W. Eade, Printer, Schools of Industry, Lindfield. 8vo. 1836 — 41 

Education. Speeches and Observations of Lord Brougham, the 

Marquess of Lansdowne, and Lord Lyndhurst, in the House of 
Lords, Thursday, June 29, 1837. Printed by permission of the 
Editors of the Mirror of Parliament. (Edited with Preface by 
William Allen ) 

London: Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch- street. 8vo. 1837 If 

The Gospel according to John, from the authorised Version. 

With Notes (and Preface by W. A.) 

Lindfield: Printed at the Schools of Industry. 18mo. 1838 3-| 

Count Von Der Recke's Establishment for destitute children, at 

Dusselthal, near Dusseldorf. (Copied from the " Lindfield 
Reporter," for June, 1840.) 

W. Eade, Printer, Schools of Industry, Lindfield. 8vo. [1840] ^ 

A Testimony of Gracechurch-street Monthly Meeting concerning 

William Allen. See Testimonies. 

The Life of William Allen, with selections from his correspondence. 

In 3 vols. London: Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street, Without. 

Vol. 1 8vo. 1846 30 

Vol. 2 8vo. 1846 29 

Vol.3. , 8vo. 1847 29 

William Allen : his Life and Labours. Reprinted by permission 

from the Eclectic Review, for April, 1848. 

London: Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 12mo. 1848 2£ 

Memoir of William Allen. (In Wright's Biographical Gems.) 

64mo. Bristol. No date. 

William Allen. A Lecture by the Rev. James Sherman, Minister 

of Surrey Chapel. Delivered before the Young Men's Christian 
Association, in Exeter Hall, February 5, 1850. George Hitch- 
cock, Esq. in the Chair. London.- James Nisbet anil Co. 21, 
Berners street ; Hamilton, Adams and Co., Paternoster Row. 

Foolscap 8vo. [1850] 2£ 

• Memoir of William Allen, F.R.S. By James Sherman, Minister 

of Surrey Chapel. London: Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate 
Street Without; — Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black ; Dub- 
lin : J. B. Gilpin. 12mo. 1851 19f 

Ditto. 'London.- W. Sf F. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate Street 

Without. 12mo. 1857 

He died at Lindfield, in Sussex, the 30tli of 12th mo . 1843, and his 
remains were interred on the 6th of l s t mo. 1844, in Friends' Burial 
Ground at Stoke Ncwington. He was 73 years of age, a Minister 
about 25 years. 






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ALLINSON, William J., of North America. 

Memorials of Rebecca Jones. Compiled by William J. Allinson, 

Philadelphia, Printed. 8vo. 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition, with an Appendix. — Philadelphia: 
Henry Long sir eth, Ao. 347, Market /Street. London: 
Charles Gilpin. 8vo. [1849] 23£ 

Reprinted. — 3rd edition. — London: Charles Gilpin, 5, 

Bishopsgate Street Without. 8vo. No date. 

Memoir of Quamino Buccau, a Pious Methodist. By William 

J. Allinson. (With a Portrait.) 

Philadelphia : Henry Longstreth, 347, Market Street. 

London: Charles- Gilpin. 8vo. 1851 2 

Quakerism Vital : illustrated by the course of a distinguished 

Christian. [A Tribute to the memory of William Forster.] 
A Lecture delivered in the Lecture Room of Friends' Meeting 
House, on 20 th Street, New York, Fourth Month 2 d , 1860. 
By William J. Allinson. 1860 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition, (From the American edition.) 

London: A. W. Bennett, Bishopsgate Without. 8vo. 1861 2 

ALMANACS for the use of Friends. 

See Periodical Publications. 
ALVARADO, Antonio de, of Seville, in Spain, was employed by 
Friends to translate Barclay's Apology into Spanish, which 
was done and published in 1710. 

See Robert Barclay. 

Minute of Meeting for Sufferings, 

2nd Mon. 1st. 1709. 

" Felix Anthony Alrarado (a Spaniard lately convinced) is agreed 

with to translate the Apology into Spanish.." 
" 11th mo . 13th— (translated) and 1000 to be printed." 
For a further account of this Friend and his translation, 
See "The Friend," vol. 3, page 110. 

AMES, William, (of Frampton Cotter ell, Gloucestershire, 7 miles from 
Bristol, on the borders of Somersetshire,) was convinced of the 
Truth in the year 1655, through the ministry of Edward 
Burrough and Francis Howgil, at Cork, in Ireland, and after- 
wards became a valuable Minister, it does not however seem 
desirable to say much concerning him here, as particulars of 
his life are given in " Sewer's History " and " Tuke's Biograph- 
ical Notices, &c," but as he, as well as his writings are 
*- frequently confounded with another Author of the same name, 
who was born in 1576, and died in 1633, and therefore lived 
about the same time, (but who, I believe, was not related to 
him, nor connected with Friends,) it seems necessary in order 
to distinguish them to add, that this latter writer, is described 
by some Bibliographers as "an eminent Divine and famous 
for his casuistical and controversial writings." 



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26 A CATALOGUE OF A M E 

AMES, William, — continued. 

The following is a correct account of our Author's works as 
far as known, viz. — 

A Declaration of the Witness of God, manifested in me from .. 

my youth. 4to. Printed in the yeare, 1656 1 

{Reprinted, entitled, — " A Declaration of the Witnes of God, 
manifested in the inward Parts. Written by William 
Ames." — The 2nd edition. 8vo. Printed in the year, 1681 1 
with, 
A Sound out of Sion from the Holy Mountain, &c. 

Translated into Dutch, entitled, — 

\ Een Declaratie van de Getuyge God's, In's Menschen inwendige 

Deelen. Irft Engels geschreven door Willem Ames, En daar 
uyt overgeset. Den tiveeden Druk. (Dutch only) 

4to. Tot Rotterdam, Gedrukt by Pieter Van Wijnbrugge, 
in de Leeuwe-Straat. En Zijn ook te bekomen to-t 
Amsterdam, by Jacob Clans, op de Achterburgwel, 
in de Ver guide Driehoek. Anno. 1675 1£ 

Reprinted, in English and Dutch, — (with, "A Sound out 
of Sion, &c," from the 2nd edition ) 



8vo. 



I Printed in the Year, 1681 
\ Gedrukt in't Jaar, 168 



I:} « 



Reprinted, (Dutch only.) 4to. 1684 

^f In Swedish, entitled, " Declaracia, objasnienie abo Pokazanie 
o Swiadku Bozyn, w czf owieczych wewnetzzynych czes- 
ciach. Po Angiels Ku napisane przez, Wilelma Amesa. 
A Teraz ua Pols kijezyk przelozone. 

W, Amsterdamie, Drukowano u Chrysztqfa Kunrada, 
Roku Pails Kiego. v 4to. 1679 1£ 

< ^[ The same, — In French. 

Good Counsell and Advice to all the Friends of Truth, &c. 

— Written from Amsterdam by William Ames. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the sign of the 

Bull and Mouth, near Alder sg ate. 4to. 1661 1£ 

Translated into Dutch, with Stephen Crisp's Letter, written 
1674, entitled,— 

^J Goeden raadt En Vermaninge aan alle Vrienden der Waarheyd ; 

om van alle die gene, die den Heere to Zijn eeuwig-durende 
Verbond vergadert heeft, en vergaderen de is, in hare huys- 
gesinnen gelesen te Worden. Geschreven door Willem Ames. 
Metnoch een Brief aan dezelve, Door Steven Crisp. Voormaals 
in den J are 1674 gedrukt. En nu op nieuivs Tot Rotterdam 
Gedrukt, by Jan Pietersz Groenwout, Boekverkooper, Wonende 
ophet Speuy. 4to. 1678 2 

The Mysteries of the Kingdom of God, Sec. — against several 

Professors. 4to. 1661 3 

I believe, in Dutch only. — See Dutch Books. 



AME FRIENDS' BOOKS. 



27 



AMES, William, — continued. 

/ The Light upon the Candlestick, serving for observation of the 

Principal things in the Book called, "The Mysteries of the 
Kingdom of God, &c," against several Professors, treated of, 
and written by Will. Ames. Printed in Low-Dutch for the 
Author, 1662, and translated into English by B. F. [Benja m i n 
Furly] 4to. London: Printed for Robert Wilson. 1663 2 

Reprinted in the Appendix to Wm. Sewel's " History of 

Friends." - Folio, 1722 

See William Sewel. 
Reprinted again, separately. See "Anonymous," under date 1767. 
An Epitome of this Treatise, published in 1858. 
See Wm. Gauntlet, of Bakewell. 
The Reader -will see by the following extract from Wm. Sewel's 
Preface to his "History of Friends," 1st edition, 1722, that 
William Ames was not the Author of this book, but as it is placed 
under his name hi Whiting's Catalogue, and will most likely be 
so sought for in this, it is entered here also. — 
" At Amsterdam, in Holland, many years ago, a Learned Man pub- 
lished a Book called, " Lucerna Super Candelabrum," wherein he 
very eminently defended the Doctrine of the Inward Light ; and 
this" Book waspublished in Dutch, and afterwards also in English 
with the Title of " The Light upon the Candlestick ; " and since 
the name of William Ames, a Zealous Preacher among the 
Quakers, was placed upon the Title, many have believed him to 
be the Author of that Book, because his Doctrine of the Divine 
and Inward Light, was so effectually asserted therein. That he 
approved the Contents of the Book I know; but I know also 
that it never proceeded from his pen. And many years aftei- 
wards it was published under the name of one Pete r Ballin g, as 
the Author of it, tho' there were those who father' d it upon 
^Ajdam B or eel, because it is found printed in Latin among his 
Scripta Posthunia. And this opinion is not altogether impro- 
bable ; for among his Works are found also some other writings, 
that contain several Positions asserted by the Quakers : Besides, 
he and some other of the Collegians, and among these also 
Dr. Galenus Abrahamson, were so effectually convinced of the 
Doctrine preached by William Ames, when he first came to 
Amsterdam, that they approved of it ; tho' afterwards from a 
Misapprehension they opposed it. Xow if we presuppose that 
Adam Boreel was the Author of the said Latin Book, Peter 
Balling may have been the Translator thereof into Dutch; for that 
it was originally written in Latin, seems to me very probable. 
But however it be, it appears plainly, that the Author would 
not publickly be known, for the Title seemed designedly com- 
posed, so that the Readers should believe W. Ames to be the 
Author of it, viz. The Light on the Candlestick, serving for 
Illustration of the Principal Matters in the Book called, " The 
Mysteries of the Kingdom of God, &c," against Galenus 
Abrahamson and his Assenters, treated of and written by W. 
Ames. And this Name stood in Capital Letters underneath, hi 
such a manner as the Name of an Author is usually placed upon 
a Title ; tho' the Publisher meant no more, but that W. Ames 
was the Author of the Book called, "The Mysteries of the 
Kingdom of God." And there was no Printer's Name added to 
it, but only, "Printed for the Author, 1662. 
Xow tho' I can't tell certainly who was the Author, yet I have 
thought fit, since the said Book is not easily to be got hi Latin, 
to insert it in the Appendix of this History ; from whence it may 
appear, as well as from the writings of some others, that there 
have been such who either commended the Quakers, or defended 
their Doctrine, tho' they themselves never could resolve publickly 
to joyn with them." 






28 A CATALOGUE OF A M E 

AMES, William, — continued. 

A Sound out of Sion, from the Holy Mountain which the Lord 

is establishing above all the Mountains, — By one who doth 
rejoice in the Lord his Saviour, William Ames. 

London: Printed and are to be Sold by William Warwick, 4to. 1663 2 
Reprinted, with the 2nd edition of, "A Declaration of the 

Witness of God, &c.\ 8vo. 1681 1| 

Translated into Dutch, entitled, — 

Een geklank uyt Sion, Den Heyligen Bergh, Die den Heere op 

den top van alle Bergen is vast stellende, en bevestigende. — 
InH Engels geschreven door William Ames. 

4to. Tot Rotterdam, Gedrukt by Pieter Van Wijnbragge, 
in de Leeuwe Straat. En Zijn ook te bekomen tot 
Amsterdam, by Jacob Claus, op de Achter-bargwal, 
in de Ver guide Drie-hoek. Anno. 1675 2 

Reprinted in English and Dutch, (with the " Declaration of 
the Witness of God," &c, from the 2nd edition.) 

ft c Printed in the Year, 1681. j _ 
bT0 ' I Gedrukt hit Jaar, 1681. \ b 

Books by Wm. Ames, in the Dutch Laxguage, and which it is 
believed have never been translated into English, viz. — 

^[ Een Brief van William Ames — Waarde harten, woont in gene't 

welk van de besmettinge verlost, &c. — A Letter beginning, 
"Dear Heart, dwell in that which delivers from defilement." 4to. 1657 

^f Een Brief van den zelfden — Waarde Vrinden, in dat gene't welk 

eenwig is, groete ik a lieden alt'samen. — A Letter beginning, 
— "Dear Friends in that which is everlasting I greet you, &c." 

4to. No Date. 

^f Een Brief van den zelfden — Yrinden, hout de waarheid. — A 

Letter beginning, " Friends, hold fast the Truth." - 4to. 

^f Een Brief van den zelfden — Waarde Yrinden hebt agtop dat 

gene't welk reyn, en van God is. — A Letter beginning, " Dear 
Friends, take heed to that which is pure and from God." 4to. 1657 

Een Uerklaringe U'and onrecht Uaerdighen — A Declaration of 

the unrighteous proceedings of the Magistrates of Amsterdam, 
against W. Ames, and Humble Thatcher, part W. A.'s. 4to. 1657 1 

Een Wederleginge Uan een Boeck — A Confutation of a Book 

intituled, An Answer to 23 Questions by F. D. out of which 
the lyes being taken, and the Lyar detected, his answer remains 
without any strength. - 4to. 1657 5£ 

Den Antixt ontdeckt — Antichrist discovered and laid open ; or 

an answer to three pamphlets published without the Author's 
name, but in the Light the Author is discovered, judged, and 
cast out. - - - - - 4to. 1657 1 

^[ Een Brief van den zelfden. — Vrinden, let of dat gene't welk 

reyn. — A Letter beginning, " Friends let that arise in you all, 
which is pure." ----- 4to. 1658 



AME friends' books. 29 

AMES, William, — continued. 

Eenige Uragcn Gedaen — Some Questions put to those that call 

themselves of the Reformed Religion, who maintain the 
Institutions given forth by Calvin. - - 4to. 1658 1£ 

[and J. H.] De Valsche Propheten bekentaen haer Urughten — 

The False Prophets known by their fruits : or a discovery of 
some Fruits and Beginnings of certain of those Teachers 
called Reformed : with an answer to some errors uttered by a 
Priest or Preacher, S. Simonides. - - 4to. 1659 6£ 

De Bescherminge der Onnooselle — The Defence of the innocent, 

against the wicked lyes and slanders uttered by Priest Mercer 
in his Pulpit in the English Assembly, at Amsterdam, the 
29th of the 9th month, (called November,) 1658, against the 
People called Quakers. ... - 4to. 1659 2£ 

Een ghetuyghenis des Wets — A Testimony concerning the Law 

of the Spirit of Life in the inward parts, which is the un- 
changeable covenant of God, from the which, the Professors of 
the World are gone astray. - 4to. 1659 1 

Het Ligt dat in de duijstemiffe schijnt — The Light that shineth 

in darkness, shown to be the way to God. In a Refutation of 
an answer to some remarks which were given out by John 
Higgins, but were answered by Peter Serarius. - 4to. 1660 2^ 

Het Waere Licht Bescherint — The True Light defended, and 

the innocency of the simple freed from the untruths and false 
accusations laid on them by Peter Serarius, in a Book intituled, 
" Of the true way to God,*&c." - - - 4to. 1661 4£ 

De Uerhozgentheden van het Rijcke Godts — The Mysteries of 

the Kingdom of God, and the working, leading and guiding of 
God's Spirit declared, in opposition to the literal worship 
maintained as the true worship of God, by Galen Abraham. 

4to. 1661 3 

^[ Een Brief van den zelfden — Myne Waarde Broeders, Zusters, 

en Vrinden voorden den welken ik naden wille Gods-gearbeyd 
hebbe. — A Letter beginning, "My dear Brethren, Sisters, and 
Friends, for whom I have travailed according to the will of 
God." 1661 

^f Een Brief van den zelfden, Aan Vrinden in Holland, of elders 

aan deze zyde der Zee. — Gy die van den Heeregeroepenzijt. — 
A Letter to Friends. — To Friends in Holland and elsewhere on 
this side the Sea — Ye that are called of the Lord, &c. 

^f Wederlegginge van't Bericht van Heermans Jung, Die sijn 

selvent noemt, Evangelische Prediker, tet Monnikedani, &c. 

4to. 1662 4 

En Wederleginge uan't Bericht —A Confutation of the Doctrine y^ 

of Heermanus Young, who stiles himself a Preacher of the 
Gospel, at Monnikedam. Part Geo. Fox's. 4to. 1662 4 



30 A CATALOGUE OF 



AND 



AMES; William, — continued. 

Die Saelie Christi und Seines yolks — The Cause of Christ and 

his People justified; or an Answer to one John Lusseni's . 
Lying History of the New Sect of Quakers so called. In 
which Answer, their Rise and Doctrine is Justified, and his 
Lyes and envious accusations are disowned and condemned. 
(with a large Preface, by Benj 11 - Furly.) - 4to. 1662 1U 

Een hartneekigen. ike; — A Stiff-necked and shameless Lvar re- 
proved, ^in* Jacob Adrians. forinerly_called Mr. Jans. Folio. No Date \ 

Een Gctuygems 'van den Wegh-aes Levens— A Testimony of 

the Way of Life to all those that hunger after it ; shewing 
that Christ Jesus by his suffering: hath opened a way of Life 
for men to walk in, and to obtain Peace with God — with 
another tract. - - - 4to. Amsterdam. 1677 4£ 

Life of William Ames. In " Biographical Notices of Members 

of the Society of Friends," bv Henry Tuke, Vol. 2, page 129. 

12mo. York. 1815 
Reprinted, See H. Tuke. 

Memoirs of William Ames, in vol. XI of " The Friends' 

Library." - Philadelphia. 1847. 

He died at Amsterdam, in Holland, (where he had resided during 
the latter part of his life,) in the year 1662 ; and was interred on 
the 31st of 8th month, the day Win. Caton was married. 

AMICABLE SOCIETY (Established "for the mutual relief of Friends 
not in affluent circumstances, when under affliction ; its 
Meetings were held in the Meeting-House, White-Hart-Court, 
Gracechurch-Street, it does not however now exist, being 
dissolved some years ago : — 

Rides of the Amicable Society: Instituted 1st of 1st month, 

1805. Enrolled agreeable to Act of Parliament. 

London : Printed by G. Cooke, Dunstan's Hill, Tower 

Street. .... - 12mo. 1815 1 

The same, (revised edition.) 

London: Printed by P. Fry, Clifton Street, Finsbury Square. 

12mo. 1818 l£ 



Another edition. London: Edmund Fry, Houndsditch. 12nio. 1823 

Another, (with alterations). London : Edmund Fry, Printer, 

Houndsditch. ----- 12mo. 1828 1 

AMSTERDAM YEARLY MEETING.— 

See Yearly Meetings. 
ANDERDON, John, was bora at or near Bradford, in Devonshire, 
about the year 1624; kept a Goldsmith's shop in Bridgwater, 
Somersetshire ; and was convinced of the Truth about the year 
1658, through the ministry of Francis Howgil. 

To those that sit in Coimsel for ordering the affair's of the 

Nation, 6cc. a Visitation, bv one of the Lord's Servants called 
a Quaker. {Written "iheZthmo. 1659.") 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth near Aldersgate. - 4to. 1659 1 



AND friends' books. 31 

AXDERDOX, John,— continued. 

God's Proclamation to the Inhabitants and People of England. 

Published by one of the Lord's Servants, called forth out of 
Darknesse to be a Witness unto the Everlasting Light of the 
Son of God, according tQ the Word of the Lord which came 
unto him, on the 5th day of the 9th moneth, 1659. Known 
by the name of John Anderdon. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread 

Eagle, at the West-end of Pauls. - 4to. 1659 2 

To the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England. B. 1659 1 

Just as the Parliament was broken up, the Form of the press broke 
-with this paper, so that there was but one sheet printed off, being 
^ therefore incomplete I expect it was not issued, as I ha\e never 

been able to meet with a copy in any Library. 



L 



A Visitation in Love, to those of the People called Baptists, with 
whom the Lord's Spirit yet ceaseth not to strive, that have not 
slain the Witness, by making war, and contending against the 
Light, who although they may think themselves Rich, and 
increased with much goods, yet are found to be wretched and 
miserable, poor, and blind, and naked, &c. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Black Spread 

Eagle and Windmill, in JIartins-le- Grand. 4to. 1660 2 

Against Babylon and her Merchants in England, — One groan 

more from under the Altar, breathed forth from the grief of 
the Spirit, for the sufferings of the Saints by reason of her 
cruelties and abominations, and the filthiness of her Forni- 
cation, &c. (the 5th of the 9th mo. 1660.) 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, in Martins near 

' Aldersqate. - - - - 4to. 1660 2 



Another edition, (same imprint.) - - 4to. No Date. 2 

Some part of a Burden dispersed and sent abroad amongst 

Friends. ------ 4to. 1661 

One Blow at Babel, in those of the People called Behmenites. 

Whose foundation is not upon that of the Prophets and 
Apostles, which shall stand sure and firm for ever ; but upon 
their- own carnal conceptions, begotten in their imaginations 
upon Jacob Behmex's Writings, kc. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1662 1 

A Call to all Bishops, and others, who are zealous for the Book 
of Common Prayer, kc, (for which I have been also sometimes 
zealous) by way of remembrance, now to come to the way of 
the Quakers to the Grace of God, kc. (Signed J. A.) 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1670 If 
He died a Prisoner at Ivclchester, under Prremimire, the 20th of the 
1st month, 1684-5, aged about 60 years, and was buried at Bridge- 
water. — For farther particulars respecting him, see an interesting 
memoir in Whiting's "Persecution exposed." 



< 



32 A CATALOGUE OF A N O 

ANDERDON, Mary, (his Sister.) 

A Word to the World. From the Spirit of Truth as a tender 

Visitation of my Father's Love, &c. — From Exon Gaol, 23rd 
of the 9th month, 1662, where I am a Prisoner for Truth's 
sake, Mary Anderdon. 

Folio. No Printer' s name or place. [1662] £ 

ANDREWS, Edward, of New Jersey, North America. 

A short account of the Life and Religious labours of Edward 

Andrews. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1801 £ 

* Some Account of Edward Andrews. 

John Harrison, Printer, Manchester. - 12mo. No Date.£ 

He died the 26th of the 10th mo., 1716. 

ANNUAL MONITOR (The) or Obituary of the Members of the 
Society of Friends in Great Britain and Ireland. 
See Periodical Publications. 

(The American) or Obituary of the Members of the Society of 

Friends in America. 

See Periodical Publications. 

ANONYMOUS. — Containing chiefly those publications, the Authors 
of which are not known, and which are generally not entered 
elsewhere in this Catalogue. 

For Anonymous Publications Pro and Con issued during the 
" Keithian" Controversy. See George Keith. 

Ditto during the " Hicksite" Controversy. See Elias Hicks. 

Ditto during the " Creivdsonian" or Beacon Controversy. See 
Isaac Crewdson and Beacon Controversy. 

^] || A Discoverie, what God, the supreame judge, through his 

Servant hath caused to bee manifested unto the Regents or 
Rulers in England, concerning their Cain-like, fierce, nay 
Diabolical! contentions and furious distractions, by which they 
bring themselves with all their land and subjects in utter dis- 
traction. — Besides, that they have left their distressed fellow- 
members and brethren in Germany, stincking in their perdition 
and misery, which all God will judge. Rom. 1.2. 2 Pet. 3. 
4to. Printed in the jeare of our Lord and Saviour Jesus 

Christ, - 1643 1] 

This being written so early as 1643, can hardly be by a Friend, 
though the Principles of the Author are similar, the tract from 
which this title is taken, was bound up in a volume with others 
all by Friends, and formerly belonged to John Cowie one of the 
Students of Aberdeen, who became convinced of the Principles of 
Friends, and was afterwards a writer in conjunction with 
Robert Barclay. 

To all the Ignorant People, the Word of the Lord, who are 



under the blind guides, the Priests 



4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. \l 

Supposed by George Fox, and the first of his that was written. 



V 



A N O friends' books. 33 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1652-55. 

^f || Zeal examined : or, a Discourse for Liberty of Conscience in 

Matters of Religion. Upon an occasionall Question concerning 
the punishment of Idolaters. 

London, Printed by G % D. for Giles Calvert, and are to be 
sold at the sign of the Black- Spread- Eagle at the West end 

of Pauls. 4to. 1652. 7 

A copy in the Library of Peel Meeting. 

- True Jvdgement, or, the spiritual Man judging all things, but 
he himself Judged of No Man. To them who are growing up 
into discerning and Judgement : and to them, who cannot 
endure sound Judgement. [By George Fox.] 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread Eagle, 

at the West end of Pauls. ... ... ... 4to. 1654. 1 

- Something in answer to a Petition to Oliver Cromwell, from 
the Subscribers in Cumberland, which are called Justices and 
Commissioners : also the examination of some Friends at the 
Assizes at York, the 17 th of July. 4to. Printed in the year, 1654. 1J 

- An Answer to a Book which Samuel Eaton put up to the Par- 
liament : which he saith he is a Teacher of the Church of 
Christ, heretofore meeting at Duckenfield, now at Stockport in 
Cheshire ; and he cal's the Title of his Book " Quakers Con- 
futed." London : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the black 
Spread Eagle, at the West end of Pauls. ... ... 4to. 1654. 7 

Supposed by John Camm and Francis Howgil ; it contains something 

of theirs. 

- Truth cleared from Reproaches, and Scandals, Laid upon it by 
those, who goes by the name of Judges, and who went the 
Northern Circuit. — Also some examinations of those whom the 
World calls Quakers. 

4° London, Printed in the year of our Lord, 1654. 2 
This was written to clear Cuthbert Hunter from slanders on account of 
his marriage and other Friends about Newcastle from scandalous reports. 

-^f || A Discourse of Eternity, collected and composed for the com- 
mon good. Being necessary for all seasons, but especially for the 
time of calamity and destruction. 

Small 12mo. Printed in the Yeer, 1654. 4| 

■^[ Some Queeries to be answered in Writing or Print by the Masters, 
Heads, Fellows and Tutors of the Collegde they are setting up 
at Durham. And by Thomas Weld, Rich. Prideaux, Sam : 
Hammond, Wil. Cole," and Wil. Durant, Priests of Newcastle. 
From them. that are in scorne called Quakers. 

No Printer's name, place, or date. 4to., about 1654-5. 2 

D 



31 A CATALOGUE OF A N O 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1657-58. 

Spiritual Discoveries to the Overthrow of Popery, Root and 

Branch. Shewing that, 

I. The Steeplchouse is no Church. 
II. Hireling Teachers are no Gospel Ministers. 

III. Tythes are against the Gospel-practice. 

IV. Parishes are no Saint-like Churches. 
V. Infant-Baptism is Popery, Rebellion and Blasphemy. 

VI. No Salvation without Perfection here. 

VII. A forcing power makes no Christians. 

VIII. The Epistles were to Gathered Churches. 

IX. University-degrees no Gospel-work. 

X. Who hath no revelation is no true Minister. 

XI. The Light within must enlighten us. 

XII. A Sum of new discoveries broken forth. 

By a Waiter in Israel, and one of the New Covenanters. ILeb.S.S. 

Small 8vo. London, Printed the second time, 1657. 22 pp. or 1 J 

The Author of this says, " he was formerly a Hireling Priest, and that 
he preached in 5 Steeple-Houses in London and 30 in the Country," 
and that he had 500 copies of this tract printed the first, and the 
same number the second time. 

^f |] Some considerations by way of proposall and conclusion, hum- 
bly tendered, for the satisfying and uniting all the Faithfull in 
this day, whose hearts are groaning and sighing for the deli- 
verance of Zion, and appearance of her King. And desiring 
to separate from this wicked and Adulterous Generation. 

4to. Printed in the Year of our Lord, 1657. 4j 

The Lambs Warre against the Mamie of Sin. The end of it, the 

manner of it, and what he wars against, etc. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Alder sgate. ... .... ... 4to. 1658. 3 

Written by James Xayler, and first printed 1657. 
- A Message from the Spirit of Truth, unto the Holy Seed, who 
are chosen out of the world, and are lovers, and Followers of 
the Light. — [By James Nailer. With a Preface by 
Rebekah Travers.] London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, 
at the Bull and Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... 4to. 1658. 2 

^f The Word of the Lord to awaken all such as lye in the sleep of 

carnall security, or self-love. [Signed at the end J. C] 

London, Printed for the Author, and are sold at the Black 

spread Eagle, neare the West end of Pauls. ... 4to. 1658. 1 

\ Another edition, without any initials. 

4to. (No Printer s name, place, or date.) 1 

Behold you Rulers, and hearken proud men and Women, who 

have let in the Spirit of the World into your hearts, whereby 
you are lifted up in the Earth ; hear what Truth saith. [By 
James Nayleb.] 4to. London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, 1658. 1 
Reprinted. See James Xayler. 



A 






A N O friends' books. 35 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1658. 

y The Brazen Serpent lifted up on High, or a discourse concerning 

\ Election and Predestination, which is so much spoken of, and 

how they may know their Election ; something concerning 
Christ being the way to the Father, and how ; and concerning 
Christ, the Mediator of the new Covenants, and the end of the 
old; and how tythes are ended. Also, concerning Justification, 
Sanctification, and Redemption, &c. — Written in Worcester- 
shire, the beginning of the 1 st Moneth, called March, 1655. 
London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Back- Spread- 
Eagle, at the West-end of Pauls. ... ... 4to. 1658. 4£ 

First printed 1655. See Richard Farnworth. 

\ The True Christian Religion againe discovered ; after the long 

and darke night of Apostacy ; which hath over- shadowed the 
whole world ; and the profession and practise thereof for many 
ages ; witnessed unto by the Scriptures, &c. (By Edward 
Burrough). 

London, Printed by Roger Norton, Junior, for Giles Calvert 
at the Black- Spread -Eagle, neer the West-end of Pauls. 

4to. 1658. 3f 
. Reprinted several times in 1658. See Edward Burrough. 

>^ To all Friends and People in the whole Christendom, (so called) 

that they may see what was the Government of the Church of 
the Jewes, the Government of the Church of Christ in the 
Primitive Times, distinct from the Jewes, &c. 

Printed for Robert Wilson, in Martins Le Grand. 4to. No date. 4 

V To the Generals, and Captains, Officers and Souldiers of this 

present Army; the Just and Equal appeal, and the State of the 
Innocent Cause of us. who have been turned out of your Army 
for the exercise of our pure consciences, who are now perse- 
cuted amongst our Brethren, under the name of Quakers. 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

Rabshakeh's Outrage reproved, or, A Whip for William Grigge 

of Bristoll, Tanner, To Scourge him, for his many notorious 
lies, blasphemies, reproaches, vain boastings, and other such 
like noysom matter, vomited out against the Truth and its 
Friends, in a late fiery pamphlet, (published under his name) 
entituled, The Quaker s Jesus. In which he has proclaimed 
his own shame, and infamy, as in many other particulars, so 
more especially, by his most abominable hypocrisie. in charging 
that as matter of crime upon the men of his indignation, of 
which he himself is herein- after, proved to stand guilty by his 
own practise: — By an impartial friend to God's Truth, under 
what notion soever persecuted by the Blind World. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black-Spread- 
Eagle, at the West- End of Pauls. 4o. 1658. 6£ 

D2 



36 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1658-59. 

The Voyce of Him that is escaped from Babylon. Reasons given 

forth to all sober minded people, why I departed from the 
Ministery of those called Ministers of Parishes ; and why I 
departed from the Ministery of those called Anabaptists ; and 
why I have, and what I have contended for, some years past, 
&c. kc. [By Robert West, of Devizes.~\ (Part in verse.) 

4to. London, [Printed, 1658]. 2£ ■ 

A Winding- Sheet for England's Ministry, which hath a name to 

live, but is dead, &c. (about Tythes). See T. Foster. 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

% || A Spiritual Journey of a Young Man, towards the Land of 

Peace, to live therein Essentially in God, who met in his Jour- 
ney with three sorts of disputes, With some Proverbs or 
Sentences, which the Old- Age spake to the Y T oung Man. Also 
a Spiritual Dialogue, whereunto is annexed a Round or Chorus 
Dance, whereunto the Vain Heathenish Lusts, with their 
wicked confused loose Minds and Thoughts (as well in Con- 
fusion as in a shew of Holiness) assemble from all Corners of 
the Earth, and Dancing hand in hand, skip and jump to Hell. 
Translated out of Dutch. 

4to. London, Printed by J. M acock, 1659. 26| 

This was perhaps translated (though not written) by a Friend, it appears 
to have been written to prove that the Bible is a dead letter without 
the Light within, to depend upon the Bible only is like journeying in 
the dark with a lanthom without a light or candle, — to fight with a 
scabbard without a Sword— -to quench thirst from an empty vessel or 
assuage hunger from an empty cupboard or binn. See, "To the 
Reader," page 8. 

A Light shining out of Darkness : or occasional Queries submitted 

to the Judgment of such as would enquire into the true state 

of things in our Times. 4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1659. 5f 

Reprinted, and considerably enlarged, (The 2nd edition,) entitled, 

|| A Light shining out of Darkness, or occasional Queries sub- 
mitted to the Judgement of such as would enquire into the True 
state of things in our Times. The whole work is revised by 
the Author, the Proofs Englished ; and augmented, with sun- 
dry material Discourses concerning the Ministry, (Separation, 
Inspiration, Scriptures, Humane Learning, Oaths,) Tythes, &c. 
With a Brief Apologie for the Quakers, that they are not 
inconsistent with a Magistracy. (By an IndifFerent but Learned 
hand.) ... ... 4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1659. 22£ 

N.B. — The Words enclosed in a Parenthesis are not in this edition, but 
were added in the 3rd edition. 

Reprinted. The 3rd edition. London, Printed and Sold by 

T. Sowle, in White- Hart- Court, in Gracious-street. 8vo. 1699. 16f 

This work is supposed to have been originally written by H. Stubbf, of 
Ch. Ch. Oxford, and afterwards edited and pxiblished by William Psnn. 



A N O FRIENDS' BOOKS. 37 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1662-64. 

How the Ground of Temptation is in the Heart of the Creature. 

[By James Nayler.] ... . 4to. No Date. 1 

A Brief account of some Reasons — Why the People called 

Quakers, cannot do some things. [By Isaa.c Penixgton.] 

Broadside. No Date. 1 

A Voice from the Close or Inner Prison, unto all the Upright in 

Heart, whether they are Bond or Free. [By John Perrot '?] 

4to. London, Printed for the Author, 1662. 3 

Man hath had his day, but it is nigh over ! the day of the Lord 

is dawned ; the Sun is risen over all the Cedars of Lebanon, 
and over every green tree, and over every thing that is high 
and lifted up. 

Written in the Name of the Lord, therefore there is no need 
of the Mari s Name. 

4to. Written, " 17 th day of the 10* Moneth," 1663 1 . 2 
Supposed by John Perrot. 

News of a New World : or, the Mystical Prison Door opened, 

whereby the outwardly Bound are Inwardly Free, while the 
seemingly Free are still Really Bound. Declared in an Epistle 
of Universal Love to the Free-born of all sorts, not only in 
England, but in all Nations. Written by One better known of 
God than Men, because an unworthy Member of the Invisible 
Church. 4to. Printed in the Year, 1663. 4£ 

: The Liberty of the subject by Magna Charta or several weighty 

things to be considered of by the Jurors and Judges, seeing the 
Law of England is said to be a Law of Mercy, Sec. [Supposed 
by Richard Farnworth ] 4to. Written in the 6th Month, 1664. 3 

An Epistle to Friends. (No Name.) 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 4- 

Something given forth from the Spirit of Love, tending to a 

Reconciliation among all the Children of Israel, who are seek- 
ing the New Creation. (Part in verse.) 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 2 

^| || A Lamentation over the House of Israel. This is to be Pub- 
lished throughout all Israel, that they may all know what the 
Lord hath said concerning them. 

This is not to be sold, 
For Silver, nor for Gold ; 
For unto thee, 

kThis Book is free, 
Without Monte. 
4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 
This I expect was never approved of by Friends, though the Author 
probably professed himself one of them. Morris Birkbeck describes 



38 A CATALOGUE OF ANO 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1664-70. 

Something in plainess delivered to the beloved Seed, as it bubled, . 

or rise up through the earthen Vessel. (By M. T.) 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

Christian Tolleration, or simply and singly to meet upon the ac- 
count of Religion, really to worship and serve the Lord without 
. >'. any unlawful act to be done or intended, is not an offence 
|v against Law. [By Richard Faenworth.] 

4to. No i'. liter's name, or place, 1664. 4 

How Sin is strengthened, and how it is overcome. [By James 

Nayler.] ... ... 4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1% 

Some editions of this piece have the Author's name. 

A Salutation to the Seed of God : and a Call out of Babylon 

and Egypt, &c. — with, " How Sin is strengthened and how it 

is overcome." ... 4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1665. 6 

KBy James Nayler and first printed 1655. 
Judas his Thirty Pieces not received. — In answer to a Letter 

from Robert Rich. [By John Bolton, of London.] 

4to. [about 1666.] 2 
Some seasonable and weighty cautions to all Friends. B. No Date. 1 

. Liberty of Conscience upon it's true and proper grounds asserted 

and vindicated. Proving, that no Prince, nor State, ought by 
force to compel men to jany part of the Doctrine, Worship, or 
Discipline of the Gospel. Written by a Protestant, a lover of 
Truth, and the Peace and Prosperity of the Nation. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1668. 6 1 

Reprinted, — " To which is added the 2nd Part ; viz. Liberty 
of Conscience, the Magistrates interest ; or, to grant Liberty 
of Conscience to persons of different perswasions in mat- 
ters of Religion, is the great interest of all Kingdoms and 
States, and particularly of England ; asserted and proved." 
The 2nd edition, corrected by the Author, with some addition. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1668. 8 : 
Supposed by William Penn. 

^f || The Act of Parliament against Religious Meetings, proved 

to be the Bishops Act : or, a Letter of the Archbishop of 
Canterbury to his fellow- Bishops, to promote the Persecution 
intended by it. Printed, to save the trouble of copying it out. 
With some animadversions thereupon. 4to. Anno Dom 1670. 1 

. Some seasonable and serious Queries upon the late Act against 

Conventicles. Tending to discover how much it is against the 
express Word of God, the positive Law of the Nation, the 
Law and Light of Nature, and Principles of Prudence and 
Policy. And therefore adjudged by the Law of the Land to 
be void and null ; — By a* Friend to Truth and Peace. [William 
J*ENN ?] ... ... ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1670. 2 




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friends' books. 39 



ANON YMOUS— continued. 1 670-74. 

^[ || The Englishman, or a Letter from a Universal Friend, per- 

swading all Sober Protestants to hearty and sincere Love of 
one another; and a unanimous claim of their antient and un- 
doubted Rights, according to the Law of the Land, as the best 
means of their safety : With some observations upon the late 
Act against Conventicles. ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1670. 2 

Something by way of Query to the Bishop's Courts. [Signed G. 

(George Fox)] ..." ... B. Printed in the Year, 1671. 1 

The Proposed Comprehension soberly, and not unseasonably con- /^ 

sidered. ... ... B. No Printer's name, or place. [167-]. 1 ^ 

By "William Penn, and inserted in his Works, printed 1726, Vol. 2, page 186. 

^f Reasons why the Roman Catholics should not be persecuted, 

held forth by a moderate Hand. [Supposed by William 
Penn.] ' 4to. No Date. 1 

Damnable Heresie discovered, and the Head of God's Church 

uncover' d — against T. Hicks. [By Robert West, of Devizes. ~\ 

4to. 1672. 3£ 

■ The Spirit of the Hat : or, the Government of the Quakers among 

themselves, etc. (Preface by G. J.) 8vo. 1673. 3 

Reprinted, 8vo. 1700. 3 

This, though adverse, was written by Willi \m Mucklow, a Friend, 
who afterwards came to see his error, and was in his latter days 
m love and unity with Friends. For further particulars, see 
Wm. Mucklow, Wm. Penn, and George "Whitehead. 

Tyranny and Hypocrisy detected ; — being a Defence of the 

Letter intituled, "The Spirit of the Hat, &c. 8vo. London, 1673. 4h 
See Wm. Mdcklow and Francis Smith, and for an answer to this 
piece, see Wm. Penn. 

The Christian a Quaker, The Quaker, a Christian demonstrated, 

in a Letter to a most worthy person in this City, giving answer 
to the little book lately published, and now reprinted, entituled 
" A Dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker." 

8vo. London, Printed, 1674. 3 
My belief is that this vindication of Friends was written by Wm. 
Loddington, before he joined the Society. — See also, Quakers. 

Something concerning Agbarus, Prince of the Edessea?is, with 

his Epistle to Christ ; and Christ 1 s Epistle in answer thereto. 
Also PauVs Epistle to the Laodiceans, with the manner of his 
Death, and his exhortation to his Persecutors. A Catalogue of 
those Scriptures mentioned, but not inserted in the Bible. As 
also, how several scriptures are corrupted by the Translators : 
with the difference betwixt the Old and New Translations. 

4to. No Printer s name, place, or dale. 1^ 

Reprinted, in 8vo. 1697,1698. 1 

N.B. — In one of these editions, the imprint and dates differ, as under. 



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ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1678-82. 

Something concerning Agbarus, &c. London, Printed and 

Sold by T. Sowle, next door to the Meeting -House in White- 
Hart- Court, in Gracious Street; and at the Bible in Leaden- 
hall-Street, near the Market, 1697. 

ALSO, 

Paul's Epistle to the Laodiceans, &c. London, Printed for, 

and Sold by Andrew Sowle, in Devonshire Neiv Building in 
Bishops-Gate Street, 1680. 

1| Christian Unity exhorted to : being a few words in Tender Love 

to all Professing of Christianity in Old England, the Land of 
my Nativity, — by one who dearly loves all those whose conver- 
sation becomes Christ's Gospel. (Preface is dated, " July \3th 
1678.") ' 4to. Printed in the Year, 1678. 2 

Something in answer to a Book Printed in 1678, called, "The 

Hidden Things brought to light, with Robert Rich of Barbadoes 
his name to it ; and Printed for Francis Smith at the Elephant 
and Castle, in Cornhil. ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1679. 5£ 

England's Great Interest in the choice of this New Parlia- 
ment; dedicated to all her Free-Holders and Electors. [Signed 
" Philanglus."] Folio. iVo Printer's name, or place, [1679. ] 1 

"Written by "William Pexn, and inserted in his "Works, printed 
1726, Vol. 2, page 678. 

One Project for the good of England : that is, our civil union is 

our civil safety. Humbly dedicated to the Great Council the 
Parliament of England. [Signed "Philanglus."] 

Folio. No Printer's name, or place, [1679.] 3 

"Written by William Penn. See his Works, printed 1726, 
Vol. 2, page 682. 

The Case of Jfrofcstent $Uurdtx», of late Prosecuted, on old Sta- 
tutes made against papists and J^pislj |lentsattfs ; the two 
thirds of whose Estates are seized into the King's Hands, and 
the Profits thereof Levyed Yearly. And many other Prosecuted 
for 201. a Month, to the Ruine of many Families. [By Thomas 
Rudyard ?] London, Printed for Ben. Clark in George- 
Yard Lumbard Street, v 4to. 1680. 1 

Reprinted (with alterations, see the place) ... 4to. 1682. 1 

The Primitive Christians bearing their Testimony for God in 

times of Persecution : being some sentences of Tertullian and 
others, taken out of a Book, called " The Mirrour of the 
Martyrs, &c." ... Folio. No Printer' s name, place, or date. 1 



A Declaration or Test to distinguish Protestant Dissenters, from 
Papists, and Popish Recusants. [By William Penn ?] 
TU ics+ l**W, p Folio. No Printer's na?ne, place, or date. & 






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A N O friends' books. 41 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1680-82. 

A Bright shining Light, discovering the Pretenders to it. Re- 
commended to the People called Quakers. Published for 
throwing down of Idols, and all Idolatrous Worship, in and 
amongst that People ; or in any other whatsoever. By Phil. 
Ang. London, Printed and are to be sold by Francis Smith, 
Bookseller at the Elephant Sf Castle in Cornhil, near the Royal- 
Exchange. ... ... ... ... 4to. 1680. 1 

John Pennyman published this adverse tract about 10 years after a 
Testimony of disownment was issued against him, and a copy 
falling into the hands of Francis Bugg, he desired 500 more 
might be reprinted on his account, and to which he added a few 
lines of verse, " To the Antichristian Spirit," the Title as above is 
taken from that edition. 

The Accuser of rmr |8r£%nr cast down in Righteous Judgment 

against that Spirit of Jellrs^ |eaIousi£ vented in a great Con- 
fused Book, falsly entituled, " The Christian - Quaker Distin- 
guished from the Apostate and Innovator ; in Five parts." 

London, Printed for John Bringhurst, at the Sign of the Book, 

in Gracechurch-street, near Cornhil. ... 8vo. 1681. 18f 

Written by George Whitehead, and Signed on behalf of the Second 
Day's Morning Meeting, by Ellis Hookes. 

- The Great Question to be considered by the King, and this ap- 
proaching Parliament, briefly proposed, and modestly discussed : 
(to wit) How far Religion is concerned in Policy or Civil 
Government, and Policy in Religion ? By Philo Britannicus. 

[William Pewk.] Folio. About 1682. 2 

See William Penh. 

-^[ || Some sober and weigh ty reasons against prosecuting Protestant 
Dissenters, for difference of opinion in matters of Religion. 
Humbly offered to the consideration of all in authority. [Sup- 
posed by Wm. Pestst.] London: Printed by G. Larkin, in 
Scalding -Alley, in the Poultry. ... ... ... Folio. 1682. £ 

■ The Case of Protestant Dissenters, shewing that the Laws made 
in the 23 d - and 28 th of Queen Elizabeth, for Forfeiture of 
20£ a Month, for absenting from the Parish Church ; and that 
of the 3 d of King James, for seizing two Thirds of Persons 
Estates, convicted on those Laws, were only made against 
Papists and not against Protestant Dissenters. For information 
of all sober Protestants, whether Justices of the Peace, Grand 
Jurors, Petty Juries, &c. [With a Preface by T. R. (Thomas 
Rudyard.)] London, Printed for Benjamin Clark, inGeorge Yard, 
in Lombard street, Bookseller. ... ... ... 4to. 1682. 1 



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42 . A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1682-85. 

A Legal Examination of abuses of Law, concerning forcible entry, 

Imprisonment without Warrant, Riots, Routs and unlawful 
assemblies, &c„ London, Printed and Sold by Andrew Sowle, 
at the Crooked- Billet, in Holloway Lane, in Shored itch, and at 
his Shop ivithout Bishopsgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1682. 4£ 

See Sufferings. 

A Declaration against Wigs and Periwigs, ... 4to. No Date. £' 

This -was written by Richard Richardson, and some copies have 
his name. 

The Upright |Tiues of the fjeatljeit briefly noted: or, Epistles 

and Discourses betwixt Alexander the Conqueror and Din- 
dimus |itng of fbe §}racljmans, Giving an account what sort of 
People they are, their Divinity and Phylosophy, with their 
manner of Living, &c. Collected together^ and Published for 
a general Service. (With a List of " Books, lately published 
and sold by Andrew Soiule") London, Printed and sold by 
Andrew Soivle, at the Crooked Billet, in Holy -well- Lane, near 
Shoreditch. ... .... ... ... 4to. [1683.] 1£ 

Reprinted. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1708. 

Ditto. ... ... ... Clonmel. 8vo. 1786/ 

Reasons why the Oaths should not be made a Part of the Test to 

Protestant Dissenters. [Supposed by William Penn.] 

4to. No Printer s name, place, or date. 1 

^f || The Planter's Speech to his neighbours and Countrymen of 

Pennsylvania, East and West- Jersey, and to all such as have 
transported themselves into new Colonies, for the sake of a 
quiet and retired life. 

London, Printed by Andrew Sowle, in Shoreditch. ... 1684. 

An extract from this is given in Proud's "History of Pennsylvania, 
Vol. I, page 226. 

Information and direction to such persons as are inclined to 

America, more especially those related to the Province of 
Pennsylvania. [By William Penn.] 

Folio. No Printer s name, or place, about 1684. 1 

^| Animadversions on the Apology of the Clamorous Squire against 

the Duke of Buckingham's Seconds, as Men of No Con- 
science. .... 4to. No Prin tt r' s n a me, or pfdct. ^16 8 5. J 1 
By William Penn, arid inserted in his Works, printed 1726, 
Vol. II, page 722. 

^]|| Considerations moving to a Toleration, and jTibcrt)} of (Ton- 

Stietue, with arguments inducing to a cessation of the Penal 
Statutes against all Dissenters whatever, upon the account of 
Religion, occasioned by an excellent Discourse upon that 
subject, Published by his Grace the Duke of Buckingham. — 
Humbly offered to the Parliament at their next sitting at 
Westminster. London, Printed for B. Hayhurst. 4to. 168o. 2£ 

Supposed by William Penn. 






A N o friends' books. 43 

ANONYMOUS,— continued 1686-87. 

\ A Pcrswasive to Moderation to dHntrclj gltffenfers, in prudence 

\qftf and Conscience: humbly submitted to the King and his Great 

Councel. By one of the Humblest and most dutiful of his 

Dissenting subjects. [William Petin.] 

4to. No Printer's name, or place. [1686.] 7£ 

j ^j || Som Free Reflections upon occasion of the Public Discourse 

* about £ifortg of Conscience, and the Consequences thereof 

J 1 in this present conjuncture. In a Letter to a Friend. By one 

\V who cordially imbraces whatsoever there is of tru Religion in 

al Professions, and hates every thing which makes any of them 

hate or hurt one another. — Licenced August the 11th, 1687. 

London, Printed, and Sold, by Andrew Sowle, at the Crooked- 
Billet, in Holloway-Lane in Shoreditch, and at the Three 
Keys in Nags-Head- Court in Grace- Church-Street, over 
against the Conduit. ... ... ... 4to. 1687. 2f 

Supposed by William Penn. 

^1 || A Letter from a Gentleman in the Country, to his Friends in 

London upon the subject of the Penal Laws and Tests. 
[Supposed by William Penn.] 4to. Printed in the Year, 1687. 1£ 

^[ || A Second Letter from a Gentleman in the Country to his 

yjT Friends in London (upon the same subject) Licensed April 
the 11th, 1687. [Supposed by William Penn.] 

London, Printed for J H and T. S., and to be had of most 

Booksellers in London and Westminster. ... 4to. 1687. 2\ 

■ ^[ || A Third Letter from (and to the same — upon the same 

,v* subject.) May 16th. [Supposed by William Penn.] 

London, P/inted, for J. H. and T. S , and to be had of most 

Booksellers, in London and Westminster. ... 4to. 1687. 2\ 

— ^f || The Allegations made against Proprietary Governments, con- 
sidered, and their merit and Benefit to the Crown, Humbly 
and briefly observed. (By William Penn ?) 

Folio. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

—\ || Reasons for the Repeal of the Tests. [Query, by Wm. Penn ?] 

4to. London, 1687. 

— Good Advice to the Church of England, Roman Catholick, and 
Protestant Dissenter, Sfc. [By William Penn.] 

London, Printed, and sold, by Andrew Sowle, at the Crooked- 
Billet in Holloivay-Lane in Shoreditch, and at the Three- 
Keys in Nags-Head-Court, in Gracechurch- Street, over 
against the Conduit. ... ... 4to. 1687. 8£ 






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44 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 687-88. 

1| A Sermon preached before the People called Quakers, in the 

^ark of ^outjjfjjark : on the 27th of the 9th Month, called 
by some Nov. 1687. By a Reverend and Dearly beloved Sister, 
who came from Scotland to rejoyce with us for our Liberty of 
Conscience ; and leave her Testimony at London. — Wherein is 
contained a Word, concerning the Penal Laws and Tests. 

4to. London, Printed for A'. H. 1687. 1 
This is a Counterfeit, a mere fiction, and confessed so to be, by the 
Author in the hearing of R. S. (a Friend) that, "It was a little 
Trick, or a Nack to get money." See "The Foundation of True 
Preaching asserted, &c." By R. S. printed 1687. 

^f || Advice to Freeholders and other Electors of Members 

to serve in Parliament. In Relation to the Penal Laws and 
the Tests, — Ln a Letter to a Friend in the Country. With 
Allowance. [Supposed by Wm. Penn.] 

London, Printed, and sold, by Andrew Soicle, at the Crooked- 
Billet in Holloway- Lane in Shoreditch, and at the Three- 
Keys, in Nags- Head- Court, in Grace-Church-Street, over 
/against the Conduit. ... ... .... ... 4to. 1687. 1£ 
^f || A Rational Catechism or, an instructive Conference between 

a Father and a Son. Licensed August, 11th, 1687. 

London, Printed, and sold, by Andrew Sowle, at the Crooked- 
^vy V^YYvJlGOoVeL Billet in Holloway -Lane in Shoreditch, and at the Three- 
Keys in Nags-Head- Court in Grace -Church-Street, over 

against the Conduit Small 8 vo. 1687. 10 

~y> "DNl^ ^AV'WsThe Author of this, prefaces it -with an Epistle dedicatory to his 

daughters M. and K. 

N.B. — A neat edition of this was printed in a modernized style (but 
with no other difference) at Amsterdam, 1712. The Amsterdam 
edition is 12mo. It is said to be " Printed for the Widoiv of J. J. 
Schipper." The title to that is only "A Rational Catechism;" 
and there is a motto from Lock, " Of Education, §136, edition 1695. 

In a List of Books at the end of "The Plea of the Harmless op- 
pressed, &c." the above is stated to be by the author of "Three 
Letters tending to demonstrate, &c." 

^[ || Three Letters tending to demonstrate how the Security of this 

Nation against al .future persecution for Religion, lys in the 
Abolishment of the Present Penal Laws and Tests, and in the 
Establishment of A New Law for universal Etimtrj of donsimce 
With Allowance. (Supposed by Wm. Penn.) 

London, Printed, and Sold, by Andrew Sowle, at the Three 
Keys, in Nags-Head- Court, in Grace- Church-Street, over- 
against the Conduit. ... .,. ... ... 4to. 1688. 3£ 

/ The Great and Popular objection against the Repeal of the Penal 

Laws and Tests briefly stated and consider' d, &c. [By William 

Penn.] London, Printed, and sold, by Andrew Sowle, at the 

•ft Three- Keys, in Nags- Head- Court, in Grace- Church- Street, over- 

against the Conduit. ... ... ... ... ... 4to. 1688. 3 

Another edition. — See William Penn 4to. 1688; 1 






A x o friends' books. 45 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1690-96. 

^[ The Plea of the Harmless oppressed, against the Cruel 

Oppressor. With Allowance. (about 1688.) 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 2£ 
This was printed " At the Three Keys in Nag's-Head-Court, in 
Grace-Church-Street over against the Conduit." 

Some Reasons tenderly offered to the serious consideration of the 

Commissioners, for executing the Poll Act ; why such persons 
should not be rated 20s. as Preachers, or Teachers, who do not 
receive any profit, or salaries for such their Preaching or 
Teaching. London, Printed for Thomas Northcott, in George 
yard, in Lombard street. ... ... ... ... . Folio. 1690. £ 

See also Quakers. 

The Preface to the Reader, prefixed to John Burnyeat's Collected 

Works, entitled, " The Truth exalted, &c." ... 4to. 1691. £ 

By William Penn. 

A Treatise of Charity; and as directed, universal, under the 

Law and under the Gospel; (shewing the Nullity of all Religion 
without it) as also of Goodness, Providence, Riches, Poverty, 
Prosperity and Adversity. And of Sacrificing and Feasting, 
their continuance under the Gospel. With a Paraphrase upon 
the Parable of Dives and Lazarus. ... ... 12mo. 1692. 6 

A Position and Testimony against All Swearing under the 

Gospel, &c. ... ... London: Printed in the Year, 1692. 3£ 

The reputed author of this piece is John Fisher. See " A Letter 
from a Satisfied to a dissatisfied Friend, &c." printed in 1713. 

The Athenian Society unvail'd : or, their ignorance and -envious 

abusing of the Quakers detected and reprehended. (Signed a 
" Quaker" [Joseph Wyeth.]) 

London : Printed for Thomas Northcott in George yard, in 

Lombard Street " Folio. 1692. 1 

An Answer to a small Treatise call'd Just Measurs ; in an 

Epistle of Peace and Love, By way of address, to such as es- 
teem themselves Elders amongst the People call'd Quakers; 
that they may remove what remains in the way of our Peace. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1693. 11£ 
By John Hog, one of the Separatists about Hull. See his name. 

A Curb for Pegasus, or Observations on the Observator, Number 

10. Dated Munday July 6, 1696. In relation to the People 
called Quakers. 

London. Printed and sold by T. Sowle, near the Meeting -House 

in White-Hart- Court in Gracious- street. ... 8vo. 1696. 3£ 

Caution humbly offer' d about passing the Bill against Blasphemy. 

(about 1697-8.) 4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

This according to John Whiting, is by William Penn. See J. W.'s 
Catalogue, page 123. but I cannot find it in W. P.'s Works, but 
there is another piece inserted, entitled, " Some Considerations, 
&c." as placed under "Parliament," in this Catalogue and also 
now under W. P.'s name. See W. P.'s Works, Vol. 2, page 883. 



46 A CATALOGUE OF ANO 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1699-1700. 

The Three Norfolk Clergymen's "Brief Discovery, &c." presented 

by them to the King and Parliament, against the People call'd 
Quakers, modestly observed to our Superiours. 

Folio. No Printer s name, or place, [1699.] £ 
This was written by Geo. Whitkhead, and the copy I have seen has 
his name, but as "Whiting places it under "Nameless" in his 
Catalogue, I do so too, as there may have been an edition without 
v any name. 

A A Sober Reply, on behalf of the People, called Quakers, to two 

Petitions against them, (The one out of Norfolk, and the other 
§ je f from Bury in Suffolk.) Being some brief observations upon 

them, &c. [By Thomas Ellwood.] 4to. 1699. 2 

Reprinted, 4to. 1700. 2 

A New Way of Reading the Bible, according to the Three 

Norfolk Clergy- Men, those Champions against the Quakers. 
Edward Beckham, — Henry Meriton, — Lancaster Topcliffe, — 
Inferr'd from an Instance of Theirs, in a Book, entitided, " A 
Brief Discovery, &e." 4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. % 

Written bv Henry Gouldney. 

X 

/ A Sober Dialogue between a Scotch Presbyterian, a London 

Churchman, and a Real Quaker. 

London, Printed, and sold by the Booksellers of London and 

Westminster. 8vo. 1699. 1£ 

The Church-Man and the Quaker dialoguing : with a reply to an 

answer to a late pamphlet, called " A Sober Dialogue between a 

Scotch Presbyterian, a London Churchman, and a tital Quaker " 

London, printed, and sold by the Booksellers of London and 

A Westminster 8vo. 1699. 2 
Religion and Reason united. By a Lover of his Country. 
[Benjamin Coole.] London, Printed and sold by T. Sozvle, 
in White- Hart- Court, in Gracious-street, and at the Bible in 
Leadenhall street. ... ... ... ... Small 8 vo. 1699. 4 

Reprinted, (with " Miscellanies, or, sundry discourses con- 
cerning Trade, &c") the 2nd edition. 

8vo. London: Printed in the Year, 1712. 2£ 
Ditto, Ditto. 1739. 

• A Just Censure of Francis Bugtfs Address to the Parliament 

against the Quakers. Published by, and in behalf of the said 
People. [By William Penn.] 

London, Printed and sold by T. Soivle, in White- Hart- Court 

in Gracious street. ... ... ... Small 8vo. 1699. 3£ 

The Great Calumny of the Quakers despising the Holy scriptures 

refuted out of their Printed Books, (In answer to William 
Mather's Dagger Sheet.) London, Printed and sold by 

T. Sowle, in White-Hart- Court, in Gracious-Street. B. 1700. 






By William Robinson* of the County of Durham, See the Title in 
full under his name. 






\ N FRIENDS' BOOKS. 47 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 700-02. 

- — The Creed-Forgers detected, in reply to a Pamphlet falsely called, , 

W* " The Quakers Creed." 4to. 1700.2 

See John Field. 

Phthonography : or, an accurate description of Envy, according to 

the original Latin (with some alteration and addition) in Ovid's ^ 
Met. b. 2. wherein, G Keith may see his own Picture drawn 
(in part) to the Life. (In English and Latin.) 

Folio. London, Printed for the Author, 1700. \ 

Considerations upon the Bill against occasional conformity. [By 

William Penn.] Folio. No Date. 1 

Some observations on the Remarks upon the Quakers : or, the 

-(A Busie Priest's envy detected, and Folly manifested; and his 

poor ability for his Languishing- Church proved ineffectual. 

(By John Field.) 4to. London, 1700. 3 

^[ || Here is Great News for England. And good News for 

England. ... ... B. — No Printer s name, or place, [1700?] 1 

A Dissertation upon (or concerning) Water Baptism. The 1st 

Part. (By William Salmon.) 8vo. 1700.2 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition, with additions, (See William 

Salmon.) ... ... 8vo. London, J. Sowle, 1710. 4 

The same, 2nd Part. ... 8vo. 1701.2 

To Friends in and abont this great and populous City, &c. 

(London, the 13th of the 11th Month, 1-701.) [Supposed by 

T. Witchell.] ... 8vo. London, Printed in the Year, 1701. 2 

^f A Letter from a Clergy- Man in the Country, to a Clergy-Man 

in the City ; containing Free Thoughts about the Controversie, 
between some Ministers of the Church of England, and the 
QUAKERS ; with seasonable Advice to his Brethren, To 
Study Peace and Moderation. London Printed, and sold by 

the Booksellers of London and Westminster. ... 4to. 1701 1^ 

Reprinted- 1 - See The Manchester and Stockpoet Tract 

Association. 
This vindication of Friends and their principles is said to have been 
written by Richard Clakidge, before he joined the Society. 

A Short Warning, or Reproof, to all desperate and prophane 

Swearers, Cursers, Damners, &c. [Signed, " Philaretus." 
(John Bockett.)] London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in 
White-Hart- Court, in Gracious street. ... ... Folio. 1702. £ 

^[ England's True Interest considered, with Honour to the Prince, 

and safety to the People. The 5th edition. (See William 
Penn.) London : Printed, and sold by E. Baldwin, at the 
Oxford- Arms, in Warwick Lane. ... ... 12mo. 1702. 7 J 

— — Upon Silence (a Poem) bv W. A. (at the end of Mary Mollineux's 

" Fruits of Retirement, &c") 8vo. 1702. £ 

Reprinted, — See Mary Mollinetjx. 



48 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 702-08. 

^[ The Examination of that good man, and blessed Servant of 

God, Mr. William Thorpe, a Martyr in the Days of K. Henry, 
the Fourth, Anno Dom. 1407. Concerning Tithes, and the 
maintenance of a Gospel-Ministry ; as it is recorded by Mr. 
Fox in his " Acts and Monuments," p. 536, 537. And quoted 
by a Learned Hand, in that ingenious Piece, call'd, " Light 
Shining out of Darkness : or, occasional Queries, &c." 

London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart' Court 

in Gracious- street. .. ... ... Small 8vo. 1702. 

From "Light shining out of Darkness," 3rd edition. 8vo. 1699. 
Pages 174-185. 

^f || Some considerations on a late Bill, intituled, An Act for 

preventing occasional conformity. (By William Penn ?) 

Folio. London, Printed in the Year, 1703. 

^f || The Quaker no occasional Conformist, but a sincere Christian 

in his Life. By G. D. of the Inner-Temple. 

4to. London: Printed in the Year, 1703. 

To Friends whom it may concern. (By A. P.) ... 8vo. 1703: 

^f The Benefit and Invention of Printing, by John Fox, that 

famous Martyrologist, extracted out of his " Acts and Monu- 
ments." [By Richard Claridge.] 4to. 1704. 

See Richard Claridge. 

News from the Country: or the Ploughman's Lamentation; by 

way of Dialogue, between a Country-Parson, a Laicyer, and a 
Ploughman, concerning a Quaker's not paying Tythes. 8vo. 1705. 

Ditto, — an edition, — London : Printed and sold by the Book- 
sellers. ... ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. Xo Date. 

Ditto, — Lsondon: Printed: and Re-printed by F. Sadleir, in 

Channel -Row, Dublin. Price 2d. Small 8vo. 1709. 1 

Ditto,— Bristol: Re-printed for J. Brent. ... 12mo. 1747. £ 

1| The Proceedings of the Barons of the Exchequer, at Westminster, 

in their Court of Equity, for Tythes and Oblations, and other 
Ecclesiastical Duties, considered and examined. By a Coun- 
sellor Learned in the Law. London : Printed for S. Malthus 
in Loudon- House- Yard, at the West-End of St. Pauls. 4to. 1705. 3J 

\ A Letter froin a Gentleman in the City, to his Kinsman in the 

Country, concerning the Quakers. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1705. 4^ 
This was written the 4th of September, 1705, and signed, "Eclea- 
Nobj-moni," and is supposed to have been written by Benjamin 
Coole, of Bristol. 

Cerinthus and Ebion r or, the Hersie of Tything under the Gos- 
pel detected : in some observations upon a Book entituled, 
" An Essay concerning the Divine Right of Tythes:" by the 
Author of " The Snake in the Grass. yf London : Printed by 
J. Sowle, in White-Hart- Court, in Gracious street. 4to. 1708. 8 
Bv Benjamin Lindlet, of Yorkshire. 



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friends' books. 49 



lNONYMOUS,— continued. 1 708-12. 

A Dissertation concerning the Lord's Supper. [By William 

Salmon.] London: Printed and sold by J. Soivle, in White- 
Hart- Court, in Gracious Street 8to. 1708. 6 

The same, 2nd Part, (same imprint. J 8vo. 1709. 2£ 

Advice to Churchwardens, respecting the usual Oath administred 

to them in the Ecclesiastical Courts, &c. 

Folio. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

A Warning Piece in verse. ... ... 8vo. 1709. 1 

An Essay on the 9th chapter of Romans 8vo t 1709. 4 

1| An Epistle of Love to the whole World 8vo. 1709.2 

A Dissertation concerning the Being of a God. [By William 

Salmon.] London : Printed and sold by J. Soivle, in White- 
Hart- Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1710. 2 

— A Dissertation concerning the Resurrection of the Dead. [By 
William Salmon.] 

Some Considerations on the nature of Whispering, Talebearing, 

Backbiting, and Slandering the innocent. (London, the 29th 
day of the 3 d Month, 1710.) 

Folio. No Printer'' s name, or place, [1710.] 1 

Reprinted, 1723. 

A Brief account of the growth of Truth in Maryland. 1710. 

Query, whether printed ? 

The CbilVs <£mfo to the English Tongue : or, a New Spelling 

Book ; containing Short and Easie Directions for Spelling, 
Reading, Pointing, and Pronouncing of English. Also an 
Alphabetical Epitome of the most Remarkable Passages of the 
Historical Part of the Old Testament ; and a few words con- 
cerning the ISeiv Covenant, and the Author thereof; very 
Useful and Delightful. With an Explanation of Offices and 
Sects of men, mentioned in the Holy Scrip true. An Abstract 
of the Lives of the Apostles. Tables of Weights, Measures, 
and Money us'd among the Jews ; and other Things necessary 
to be Known. Collected and Compiled for the Benefit of Youth, 
By a School-Master in the Town of Nottingham. Inest sua 
gratia parvis. London : Printed by J. Soivle, in White- 

Hart-Court, in Gracious-Street. ... ... 12mo. 1711. oj 

Supposed by William Thompson. 

- — The Love of God, in Opening the Scriptures, Through a mean 

Instrument, to visit the Jews. ... ... ... 4to. 1711-12. 

The only copy I have seen of this pamphlet is now in my possession, 
but being imperfect at the end, there is some uncertainty as to 
its being Anonvmous. It consists of 4 leaves, or 8 pages. 

E 



50 A CATALOGUE OF A N O 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1712-14. 

Miscellanies or Sundry discourses, concerning Trade, Conversation 

and Religion : being the advice of a Father, to his Children, 
on those subjects. Also, Religion and Reason united. [By 
Bexjamix C00LE.3 London : Printed /or J. Morphew, near 
Stationer's Hall. .,. .. ... ... ... 8vo. 1712. 5£ 

A Letter from a Satisfied to a Dissatisfied Friend, concerning 

The Solemn Affirmation ; wherein The Lawful Use thereof is 
Justified, the Common Oejectioxs against it answered, and 
the Definition of an Oath truly stated. (Signed G. H.) 
London : Printed and sold by Phillip Gwillim in Austin- 

Fryars, near the Royal-Exchange. ... .... 8vo. 1713. 2j 

The Affirmation Vindicated, in a Letter to a Friend. (Signed, 

" Anonymous Philalethes") London : Printed and s;jld by 
Philip Gwillim, in Austin- Fryars, near the Royal-Exchange. 

8vo. 1713. \ 
Some copies of this appear to have been issued minus the Title, 
there is then only a heading as follows, 

To the Publisher of The Letter from a Satisfied to a Dissatisfied 

Friend, concerning the Solemn Affirmation. — Friend, P. G. 

A Distinction between the Presence of God, as our Maker and 

Preserver, and His Presence as our Redeemer and Sanctifier. 
[By Richard Claejdge.] London: Printed and sold by 
Philip Gwillim in Austm-Fryars, near the Royal Exchange* 

8vo. 1713. £ 

An Essay upon the 5th of Matthew, from verse 33 d to 37 th with 

some observations upon the present affirmation. 

London: Printed for the Author, by J. Bradford, at the 

Bible in NeviVs Alley, in Fetter Lane, Fleet Street. 8vo. 1713. 7 
By Joseph Skidmore, Senr. of Rickmansworth. 

Primitive Simplicity demonstrated: in a Defence of the Essay 

on the Vth of Matthew. Being a Reply to Rich. Claridge's 
Novelty &c Nullity, &c. Wherein is likewise contained, An 
Answer to the most material Arguments and Objections in 
Two other Books: The One Intitled, "A Letter from a Satisfied 
to a Dissatisfied' Friend, concerning the Solemn Affirmation. The 
other Intitled, u A Distinction between the Presence of God, as 
he is our Maker and Creator ; and as he is our Redeemer and 
Sanctifier, Sfc. As also, some observations upon Richard 
Claridge's Objections to the Treatise of Oaths, Printed in the 
Year 1675. And the Authors thereof Defended against his 
Charges and Pervertions. §g % c^feo* °^ % Essay on flje Vth 
nf Matthew. [Joseph Skidzniore, Senior ] 

London: Printed for the Author, by J. Bradford, at the Bible 

in A evil's Alley in Fetter-Lane, Fleet street. 8vo. 1714. 18£ 



ANO friends' books. 51 

ANONYMOUS,— con tinned. 1 714-18. 

1| Considerations upon the Bill now depending in Parliament; 

intituled, "an Act to prevent the Growth of Schism, &c." 

Folio. No Printers name, or place, [1714.] ■£ 

1| A Letter to a Member of Parliament. Relating to the Bill for 

preventing the growth of Schism. As also The Quaker s Reasons 
Humbly offer' d to the Legislature, against the Bill now depend- 
ing in Parliament. London, Printed for, and sold by John 
Harrison at the Corner of Castle- Alley in Cornhil. And Ferd. 
Burleigh in Amen- Corner. (Price 3d.) ... ... 8vo. 1714. 1 h 

Brief Notes, by way of Query, upon the Bill to prevent the 

Growth of Schism, &c. (about 1714) 

Folio. No Printer's name, place, or date. ^ 
This was written by Richard Clakipof, and was afterwards re- 
published and inserted in his Life, see page 297, 1st edition. — 
The two last Queries were proposed by Johis EcCLtSTON. 

Remarks on a Poem, intituled, "The Fair Quakers." In a 

Conference between Hilary and Theophilus. [By JosiAH 
Martin. ~| London : Printed by Ph. Gicillim in Austin 

Fryars, and sold by J. Morphew near Stationers -Hall. 

8vo. 1714. If 

1| A Friendly Epistle by way of Reproof from one of the People 

called Quakers, to Thomas Bradbury, a Dealer in many 
words. London : Printed and sold by S. Keimer, at the 

Printing- Press in Pater noster-Roiv. ... ... 8vo. 1715. 2\ 

The same, 2nd and 3rd editions. {same imprint.) 8vo. 1715. 2^- 

This pamphlet was palmed upon Friends, it is supposed to have 
been written by Daniel Dkfob. — The Morning Meeting issued 
the following minute respecting it, 

"28th of 12th mo. 171o. — " Advertisement ordered to be put in the 
Gazette and Daily Courants to clear Friends of the abuses put upon 
them in a pamphlet by way of reproof to Thomas Bradbury." 

1| A Sharp rebuke from one of the Quakers to H. Sacheverell. 

8vo. 1715. 
A Letter to the Author of a Character, (verse.) 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold only by G. Pogers, 

Stationer, just icithin Bishopsgate. ... ... 8vo. 1717. £ 

In reply to Elias Bockett, by William Gibson. 

A Second Letter from a Friend in the Country, to his Friend in 

London, (dated Enfield, May, 21, 1717.) (Prose.) 

8vo. London, Printed in the Year, 1717. 1 
In reply to Elias Bockett, by William Gibson. 

A Friendly Visit in true love to the Actors and Spectators of 

Plays in Dorchester, 22nd of 8th mo. 1718. 

A Proclamation against vicious, debauched and profane Persons, 

with a friendly visit in true love to the Actors and Spectators 

of Plays in Dorchester, 8 mo. 22nd., 1718. ... 8vo. 1718. £ 

E 2 



52 A CATALOGUE OF A N O 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1718-1720. 

Outragious Apostates exposed, or, a Relation of the monstrous 

outrages, Errors, and Blasphemies committed by Isaac 
Pearson, and his impious associates, upon several occasions; 
but more especially in Meetings held for the performance of 
Divine service and worship to Almighty God, by the People, 
call'd Quakers in the County of Cumberland. 

8vo. Printed in the Year, 1718. 
By JonN Senhouse, of Wujton, Cumberland. 
The Good Spirit of the Martyrs revived, &c. — selected and com- 
piled by G. B., E. S. and H. H.— The 2nd edition. 

London, Printed for Joseph Marshall, at the Bible in New- 
gate street 4to. 1718. 50 

The above is a false title to an altered edition of Ellis Hookes's 
" Spirit of the Martyrs revived, &c." — See Ellis Hookls. 

1| A Friendly Rebuke to one Parson Benjamin; particularly 

relating to his Quarreling with his own Church, and vindica- 
ting Dissenters. By One of the People called Quakers. 
London : Printed for E. Moore near St. Paul's. Price 6d. 

8vo. 1719. 2 
This I expect has nothing to do with Friends, perhaps relates to Dr. 
Saeheverell, and written by a person assuming to be a Quaker. 

1| A Letter to the Reverend Dr. Bennet, Rector of St. Giles 

Cripplegate, upon this Question : Whether the People call'd 
Quakers, do not the nearest, of any other Sect in Religion, re- 
semble the Primitive Christians in Principles and Practice? 
Very necessary to be consider' d in this age. By Aristobulus. 

London: Printed for A. Moore, near St. Paul's. 8vo. 1720. 4£ 
A Copy of this pamphlet, being placed in the Society's Library at 
Devonshire-House, amongst Friends' Books, and entered in their 
Catalogue, I have given it a place here also, as well as the next 
piece, though this Author, who writes under the signature of 
" Aristobulus," and assumes to be a Quaker, was no other than 
Thomas Woolstox, sometime of Sidney College in Cambridge. 

1| A Second Letter to the Reverend Dr. Bennet, Rector of St. 

Giles's Cripplegate. In Defence of the Apostles and Primitive 
Fathers of the Church, for their Allegorical Inti rpretation of 
the Law of Moses, against the Ministers of the Letter, and 
literal Commentators of this age. By Aristobulus. 

London: Printed for A. Moore, near St. Pauls. 8vo. 1721. 3| 

1| A Defence of the People call'd Quakers: Wherein, from the 

Fundamental Principles of the New Testament, They are 
shewn to be the True, Primitive, and Apostolical Christians. 
London, Printed for W. Boreham at the Angel in Pater-noster 

Row. 8vo. 1720. 2£ 

" Dear Friends, It is esteemed by many the merciful Kindness 

of God that the hands of Persecutors have been boimd, &c." 

(No Title) ... Folio. No Printer's name, place, or date. £ 

Reprinted, (different.) — Folio. No Printer's name, place, or date. £ 



A N O friends' books. 53 

yLNQNYMOUS,— continued 1 722-27. 

The Parson's Compassion, or, the Clergy's Conduct in their 

Petition against the Quaker's Affirmation. A Poem. 

8vo. London, Printed in the Year, 1722. 2 

The London Clergy's Petition against the Quaker's Affirmation 

answered Paragraph by Paragraph. (In Verse.) [Query, by 

Elias Bockett?J ... ... 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1722. 2 

The same, — an edition. ... ... 8vo. London, No Date. 4£ 

Of Revealed Religion, and the Promised Spirit. Being Plato's 

Answer to Diogexes's Letter of Enthusiasm. (In "The 

British Journal.") Folio. No Printer's name, or place, about 1723. £ 

An Essay concerning the Restoration of Primitive Christianity, 

in a conduct truly Pious and Religious. 

London : Printed and Sold by the Assigns of J. Soivle, at the 

Bible, m George Yard, in Lombard Street. ... 8vo. 1723. 8 

Reprinted, with the Author's name. See Thomas Beaven. 

1| An Answer to the Letter of Enthusiasm, Publish'd in the 

British Journal of April the 13th, 1723, in a Letter to the 
Author of the Weekly Journal. 

London : Printed and Sold by J. Peele, at Locke's Head in 

Paternoster- Roio 8vo. 1724. 2j 

Written to '* Vindicate the Truth of Spiritual and Revealed Religion in 
general, without any relation to the particular Sects and Parties of 
Christians." — The Writer signs himself " DroxYsius," and I believe 
a Friend (though disguised) ; "The Letter of Enthusiasm," is printed 
at the end, under the signature of " Diogexes." 

Considerations on a pamphlet, entitul'd, "The Duty of consulting 

a spiritual Guide, considered." Given and handed about to 
the Inhabitants of Martock, Long-Sutton, &c, and the Author's 
Popish Arguments refuted and detected. 

8vo. Printed in the Year, 1724. 3 
Supposed by Samuel Bowxas, in answer to Parson Bowyer. 

A Determination of the Case of Mr. Thomas Story, and Mr. 

James Hoskins, relating to an affair of the Pennsylvania 
Company, Sec. London : Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford 
Arms, in Warwick-Lane. ... ... ... Large 4to. 1724. 1^ 

The Advertisement (or Preface) to this piece is signed, "Justus." 
Supposed hy Elias Bockett. 

i The Truth and Excellency of the Gospel Dispensation briefly 

considered, in the interpretation of 2 Pet. 1. 19. "We have 
also a more sure Word of Prophecy." Paraphrastically de- 
duced from the Xature of the Gospel, and Christ's own words: 
and consonant to the Liturgy of the Church, of England. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the 

Bible in George-Yard, Lombard street. " ... 8vo. 1727. 2£ 

The same, but different edition. 

London : Printed and Sold by J. Roberts, at the Oxford- Arms 

in Warwick-Lane. ... ... ... ... 8vo, 1727. 2£ 

Supposed by Thomas Beavf.n. 



54 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,^continued. 1 727-32. 

1| A Letter from an ancient Friend in London to his Friend in 

Bristol, containing an impartial account of this last Yearly 
Meeting; but more particularly the affair of William Gibsox, 
which is here set in a true light, and the whole weighed in the 
Ballance of Moderation and Reason. As also, a remonstrance 
by the same Hand to the Bull and Mouth Monthly Meeting. 
The whole being most curious and genuine, and at this time 
very worthy of notice. 

London: Printed for A. Moore, near St. Pauls. ... 8vo. 1727. 2 

A Vindication of the Quakers, from the aspersions of the Author 

of William Gibson's Case. [See Elias Bockett.] 

London : Printed for T. Warner, at the Black-Boy, in Pater- 

nosttr-row. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. No Date. 2^ 

The Answer imto the Letter written to a Quaker in Norfolk. 

[Supposed by Edmuxd Peckover.] 

London: Printed and sold by John Darby in Bartholomew- 
Close, Arthur Bettesworth, in Paternoster-Row , John Clarke 
under the Roy al- Exchange \ and James Carlos in Norwich. 

8vo. 1730. 3 
N.B. This edition of Edmund Peckover's Answer (Query, if it be 
correct ?) was distributed by the Author of the Reply as advertised 
at the end of this pamphlet. 

An Index to William Pexk's Works. By Philalethes. 

Folio. No printer' 's name or place. About 1730. 4 : . 
Compiled by Henhy Portsmouth. 

Observations on the Animadversions on a Rev d - Prelates Remarks 

upon the Bill now in Parliament entitled, " A Bill to prevent 

suits for Tithes." 8vo. 1731.2 

j| A Letter to the Right Reverend Richard, Lord Bishop of 

Litchfield and Coventry, occasioned by so much of his Lord- 
ship's Second Volume of The Vindication of the Miracles of our 
Blessed Saviour, as regards the QUAKERS. (Signed T. S.) 

London : Printed for W. Meadoics at the Angel in Cornhill ; 
and sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. 

8vo. 1731. 2 
Reprinted, — The 2nd edition, corrected. 

London: Printed for W. Meadows at the Angel in Cornhill, 8rc. 

8vo. 1731. If 

A Letter to the Clergy of the Church of England, in the County 

of Northumberland. By a Christian. [William IIewetsox.] 

8vo. Printed in, 1732. 

Reasons given for refusing to pay Tithes to Priests or Impro- 
priators. London : Printed and sold at the Bible in George- 
Yard, Lombard stieet. ... ... ..., Folio. No Date. 

Querv, by Josiah Martin ? 



A N O FRIENDS' BOOKS. 55 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 732-33. 

-|| A Vindication of the Quakers : or, an answer to the Bp. of 

L 's Charge against them, and the late Defence of that 

Charge. To which is added, a more full and perfect account 
of the Quakers and their Doctrines, occasioned by Dr. Henry 
More's opinion of them. 

London: Printed for T. Cooper, at the Ghbe, corner of Ivy- 
Lane, next Pa'ernoster-Roiv. ... ... ... 8vo. 1732. 2 

Republished, in a work, entitled, — "A Cordial for Low 
Spirits, being a Collection of curious Tracts. By Thomas 
Gordon, Esq." Vol. 2, page 294 12mo. 1763. 

A Cloud of Witnesses, proving, that the Bishop of Lichfield and 

Coventry, — hath misrepresented the People called Quakers. 
[By Joseph Besse.] * 

London : Printed and sold at the Bible in George-yard, Lom- 
bard street ; and also sold by the Booksellers of London and 
Westminster " 8vo. 1732. 2 

A Letter to the Men's-Meeting of the People called Quakers in 

Bristol. Being a full answer to so much of their "Primitive-* jt 
•Testimony," published the 3 d of the 11 th Month, 1731, as re- 
lates to the Language we address Mankind in general in. 
Wherein also, contrary to their assertion ; is plainly proved ; 
that the Penmen of the Holy Scripture did make a difference 
between a Magistrate, or Great Man, and a Common Man: 
and that the former was address' d and spoke of in the plural 
Number. By a Friend of Truth. [Signed T. T.] 

London: Printed for H. Whitridge, at the Corner of Castle- 

Alit ii, at the Royal- Exchange ... ... ... 8vo. 1732. 1^- 

Remarks on a Letter, to the Men's-Meeting of the People called 

Quakers in Bristol, relating to Plainness of Speech. [Supposed 

by Josiah Martin.] 

Bristol: Printed by Sam. Farley, in Wine-street; and to he 

sold by H. Whitridge, at the corner of Castle- Alley, at the 

Royal Exchange, London. ... ... Small 8vo. [1732.] 3 

A 
A Second Letter to the Men's Meeting of the People called 

Quakers in Bristol. Wherein the Cavils raised against the 
former are exposed : The Remarker's Disingenuity and Bold- 
ness set in a true Light : His own Vouchei s proved to speak 
against him, and the matter of the former Letter honestly de- 
fended, and by more Evidences, Namely, That the Penmen of 
the Holy Scripture did address and speak of one object, as a 
Magistrate, or Great Man, Sec, in the plural number. 

London, Printed for H. Whitridge, at the Corner of Castle- 
Alley, at the Royal Exchange, and are to be sold by the 
U r idoiv Pexx, in Wine-Street, Bristol. ... ... 8vo. 1733. 1£ 



56 A CATALOGUE OF 



ANO 



ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 733-34. 

A Serious Disswasive from an intended subscription, for continu- 
ing the Races upon Kersal Moore. Address'd to the Inhabitants 
of Manchester and parts adjacent. 
Reprinted, — The 2nd edition. 
Ditto, The 3rd edition. Manchester : Printed for R. Whitworth. 

8vo. 1733. 2 
|| A Second Letter to the Right Reverend Richard, Lord Bishop 
of Litchfield and Coventry. In Defence of a former letter to 
his Lordship. Wherein that misrepresented and injured 
Christian Society, called Quakers, are impartially defended 
against his Lordship's Vindicator. By T. S. 

London : Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane ; A. Dodd, 
without Temple- Bar ; and E. Nutt, at the Royal Exchange. 

8vo. 1733. 

An Answer to a Pamphlet lately printed at Edinburgh, Intituled, 

" Baptism with water and Infant-Baptism asserted." Wherein, 
the mistakes of its author are rectified and his reasonings 
confuted, [By Joseph Bessr.] 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the 

Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1733. 3| 

Reprinted, 8vo. 1734. 

1| Three Letters to the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry. 1st. — 

Concerning the Principles of the Quakers, and some late 
charges against them. 2. — Containing a Confutation of the 
charges which are made against the Quakers, in a Book called 
"A Vindication of the Bishop of Lichfield, &cc." 3. — Proving 
the particular doctrines and Customs which distinguish the 
Quakers from the Rest of Mankind are consistent with Primi- 
tive Christianity: with a character of George Fox and his 
. Writings. — To which is prefixed a Letter to the Queen con- 
cerning Liberty, kc. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1733. 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed by J. Huggonson in Bartholomew Close, 
for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane. ... ... 8vo. 1733. 3 

1| A Warning to the Inhabitants of Europe, but more particularly 

England : being some remarkable Prophecies of the eminent 
Bishop Usher, John Gibson, George Withers, and Jacob Behme, 
which seem now near fulfilling ; and threaten the Downfal of 
the Church of Rome, with some account of Five Suns which 
were seen at once, and a very remarkable appearance of the 
Heavens in Oxfordshire, an Earthquake, and the streaming 
Lights which have of late years appeared in the Air, portending 
some signal event. 

London : Printed for II. Whitridge, the Corner of Castle- Alley , 

Cornhill. ... " * Small 8vo. 1734. 

This pamphlet has a curious plate of " a Figure or Figures of the Hea- 
vens, as it appeared on the 9 th day of January, 1705, about one of * 
Ye Clock in Y e afternoon being Tuesday." 






ANO friends' books. 57 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 735-36. 

S| The Inconsistency of Comedies and Stage- Plays with True 

Christianity proved by Scripture and Authorities. 

8vo. No Printer s name or place. About 1735. 1 

Revelation on Baptism and Perfection, the One True Church and 

Ministry, Tythes, and Offerings. Together with a few words 
of Christian Friendly advice, offer' d in Love, by one that only 
desires God's Honour, and your Soul's Welfare. The II Mow's 
Mite was excepted. It's my design to please God and not Man. 

Small 8vo. Southwark: Printed for the Author in the Year, 1735. 1£ 
Supposed by a Woman Friend. 

The JJrofcsfant JflaU : or a Defence (grounded upon Scripture) 

of a Letter to the Clergy of Northumberland in answer to a 
pamphlet intitl'd " A Vindication of Bishop Taylor," &c. 
[By Joseph Besse.] 

London: Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Soicle, at the 

Bible in George Yard, Lombard Street. ... 8vo. 1735. 4f 

This work is on Baptism. 

An Expostulatory Letter from one of the People, call'd Quakers 

to the Craftsman; / said, I will also shew my opinion. Job. 
London : Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe, in Paternoster 
Row; and sold by the Pamphlet Shops in London and 
Westminster. ... ... ... 8vo. 1736. 29 pages. 

A Reply to a late Defence of the Pamphlet, intituled, " Baptism 

with Water and Infant-Baptism asserted : wherein the Mistakes 
of the Author of that Dfence are farther rectified, and his 
Reasonings farther confuted. AVith an Appendix, &cc. [By 
Joseph Besse.] 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Soicle, at the 

Bible in George- Yard, Lombard street. ... 8vo. 1736. 6§ 

A Brief Account of many of the Prosecutions of the People called 

QUAKERS, in the Exchequer, Ecclesiastical, and other 
Courts, for demands recoverable by the Acts made in the 7th 
and 8th Years of the Reign of King Witliam the Third, for the 
more Easie Recovery of Tithes, Church Rates, &c. Humbly 
submitted to the Consideration of the Members of both Houses 
of Parliament. [By Joseph Bksse.] 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the 

Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1736. 12§ 

For the Vindication of this " Brief Account, &c." against the attacks 
of the Clergy of that day, see Joseph BuSSE. 

1| A Dissertation upon Tythes, with some Remarks on the Tvthe- 

Bill. Printed for the Author by J. Huggonson, in Chancery- 
lane, Fleet-street. ... ... Folio. 1736. 1 

The Quaker's Reply to the Country Parson's Plea, against the 

Quakers Bill for Tythes. London : Printed Jor T. Cooper, in 
Paternoster -Row. ... ... ... ... 8vo. No date. 2 

33f 



58 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,- continued. 1736-37. 

An Epistle to the People call'd Quakers, upon occasion of their 

losing their Tythe-Bill. London : Printed Jor J. llobtrts, at the 

Oxford- Arms in Warwick-Lane. ... ... ... 8vo. 1736. If 

|| A Letter from One of the People call'd Quakers, (by way of 

Reproof) to Thomas Bradbury, a Dealer of many words. By 
a Lover of Truth. London : Printed/or J. Wtidbore, Stationer, 
over against Gutter-Lane, Cheapside. ... ... 8vo. 1736. If 

Poems, Paraphrases and Translations. By J. C. [John Crack- 

anthorp.] London : Printed and sold by the Assig?is of J. 

Sowle, at the Bible, in George- Yard, Lombard Street. 8vo. 1736. 3f- 

A Summary of the Doctrine and Discipline of the People, called 

Quakers ; Shewing-, wherein they differ from other Professed 
Christians of different Denominations, exhibited in the Words 
of W. Sewel, from p. 688 to 696 of his General History of 
said People. First edition. Published Jor the information of 
the Sober Enquirer. 

Dublin: Printed by and for Sam. Fuller, at the Glebe in 

Meath-Street. 12mo. 1736. 3£ 

With the above is, 

" A Rational Discourse exposing the Folly and Vanity of sundry 

Fashions and Customs. Now in vogue, viz. — 1. Giving flat- 
tering Titles, and vain Complements. — 2. Bowing the Knee, and 
uncovering the Head. — 3. Superfluity in Apparel, and plaiting' 
the Hair. — 4. Games, Sports, Plays^ Comedies, Sfc, in the words 
of Robert Barclay's Apology. From the Beginning of his 
15th Proposition to the end of the 9th section of the same. 
Duhlin ; Printed by and for Sain. Fuller, at the Globe in 

Meath-street 1736. 

Supposed by Samuel Fuller, of Dublin. 

The Clergy's Plea for a settled and forced maintenance from the 

QUAKERS, by Tithes, Offerings, Oblations, Fees for Marri- 
ages, Baptism, alias Rantisrn, Burials, &c. Examined and 
Proved to be contrary to Scripture, Right Reason, and the 
Laws and Canons of the Church. And also inconsistent with 
their Oaths against Simony, and of Canonical Obedience; 
which, with Pluralities and Non-Residence, are, and will 
continue to be, a very great scandal to the Established Church, 
until the Legislative please to reform the same. By Philalethes. 
London : Printed Jor T. Cooper, at the Globe, in Paternoster 

Row 8vo. 1737. 

Supposed by Joseph Besse or Joseph Ollive, of Bromley, Middlesex. 

1| High- Flown Episcopal and Priestly claims freely examin'd: in 

a Dialogue betwixt a Country Gentleman and a Country Vioar. 
Wherein Church-Authority, Confirmation, Absolution, 
the Burial of the Dead, the Power of Bishops to give the 
Holy Ghost, and of Priests to forgive Sins ; the Consecra- 
tion of Churches and Church-Yards, and Bowing toward 



^NO friends' books. 59 

INONYMOUS,— continued. 1737-39. 

the Altar and the East; are particularly considered. To 
which is Prefix'd, An Admonition to those who are pressed to 
come to Confirmation : And some Remarks on a Rook lately 
publish' d, intitled, " Short Instructions for them that are pre- 
paring for Confirmation, Sfc." 

London: Printed for J. Noon, at the White Hart, near 
Mercer s Chapel, in Cheapside ; and II. Ilett, at the Bible, 
in the Poultry 8yo. 1737. 2| 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition. 

London: Printed: But now Re-printed ; and sold by the 

Booksellers in London and Bristol. 12nio. 1746-7. 43 pages or it 

Republished in a Work entitled, — " A Cordial for Low 
Spirits. Being a Collection of curious tracts. By 

Thomas Gordon, Esq., Author of the Independent Whig: 
and other writers." Vol. 3rd, page 215. 

London : Printed for Messrs. Wilson and Fell, at the Anyel, 

in Paternoster -Row. ... ... ... 12mo. 1763. 2^ 

Seven Queries, proposed in Print by the Friends of Ireland, and 

sent in a clandestine manner (in the Forni of Letters) to 
several Friends in England, about the Yearly Meeting time 
1737, with an Answer to each Query. London, the 3 d Month, 
20 th 1738. ... Large Folio. No Printer s name, place, or date. 1 

See William Henderson. 

Useful Miscellanies : or serious reflections, respecting Men's 

Duty to God, and One towards Another. With Advices 
Civil and Religious, tending to regulate their conduct in the 
various occurrences of Human Life. Published for general 
service. By a Well-Wisher to all Mankind. (William Dover, 
of London.) London: Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe, 
in Pater-noster-Row. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1739. 6 

A Dissertation upon Tithes. With a Collection of Papers im- 
perfectly published in the Gentleman's Magazine, in answer to 
T. B. (by J. H.— J. Hill, supposed.) 

Printed : and sold by T. Cooper, at the Globe in Paternoster- 
Row, and at York and Leeds. ... ... 8vo; 1739. 3| 

An Examination of a late Vindication of a Defence of Baptism 

with Water and Infant- Baptism asserted. Wherein the 

Validity of a .former Reply to that Defence, and the 
Insufficiency of its Vindication, are demonstrated. With a 
Postscript relating to the Protestant Reformation, Aca- 
demical Learning, and a Declaration of George Fox, 
against |jopcrn:. [By Joseph Besse.] 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the 

Bible in George- Yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1739. 6 






60 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 739-40. 

A Second Dissertation on the jCibcrin of preaching Granted to 

Women by the People called Quakers: In Answer to a late 
Dissektatiox on that Subject. Wherein Robert Barclay s 
Arguments for the Justification of that Practice are supported 
and corroborated, and that Point is more particularly considered 
and discussed. With an Appendix concerning Singing. 
gy * * * * * * * * * ■::■ ^_ n( j an Admonitory Postsc ript to the 
Preachers of both sexes. By Bernardus Utojriensis. With 
Remarks upon it. 

Dublin : Printed by Isaac Jaclcson, in Mcath-street, and sold 

by several Booksellers. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1739. 4M 

This was written by John Rctty, hi reply to "A Dissertation, <$r.," 
on the opposite side of the question, by an author who disguised 
himself under the name of a " Traveller," and who though 
making many impertinent and scurrilous remarks, in his pamphlet, 
yet in speaking to May Drummond, he says, " Your Deportment 
— — is humble and modest, and your apparel every way suitable 
to your outward Piety, whereby indeed you give a good and 
shining Example to some of your degenerate Sisters, in whose 
Attire, and all its Symmetry we see now a-days so many Tokens 
of Pride and Vanity."' 

An Address to the Citizens of Bristol respecting the Theatre. B. 

— Dear Friends, " Though Men as Men in their natural state are 

subject to alter in opinion. &c." Signed Solus. ... 4to. 

Swear not at all. Bless and curse not. 

4to. No Printer'' s name, place, or date. 

Psalm 23rd versified and the Youth's Bequest. [By Anthony 

Pttrver:] B. 

1| A Kind Caution to Prophane Swearers ... ... Folio. 

This piece is entered in the Society's Catalogue at Devonshire-House, 
I suppose on the authority oi' Morris Birkbeck, who no doubt 
thought it was the production of a Friend, copies of it having 
been printed and circrdated without any author's name, Sec, this 
however is an error, it bring written by Josiah Woodward, D.D. 
Minister (of the Established Church of England,) of Poplar, and 
is appended to a work, entitled, "The Seaman's Monitor, &c," 
printed 173-5 : there are also numerous editions published by " The 
Society for promoting Christian Knowledge, &c." 

The Triumphs and excellency of Faith as described by the 

Apostle Paul, Htb. XL versified. 

8vo. No Printer's name, place, or date. \ 

The Credit and Interest of Great Britain considered, or the way 

to live above want. .. ... ... ... ... B. 1 

An Address to the Public on the appointed Fast. Folio. 

A Letter to Stephen Clarke, Rector of Burythorpe in York- 

shir'', in answer to his short Vindication of the Clergy's Right 
to Tithes. By one of the People called Quakers. [Joseph 
Besse.] London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and 
Luke Jlinde, at the Bible in George-yard, Lombard-street. 8vo. 1740. If 



NO friends' books. 61 

RONYMOUS,— continued. 1740-42. 

— j| Two Dialogues: — 1. Between Monsieur Jurietj and a Burgo- 
master of Rotterdam. — 2. Between a Country- Clergyman and 

a Quaker. 

Amsterdam : Printed for the Benefit of the Publick. 8vo. 1740. 2^ 
This piece is also inserted in " The Independent "Whig . or, a Defence 
of Primitive Christianity, and of our Ecclesiastical Establishment, 
against the exorbitant Claims and Encroachments of Fanatical 
and Disaffected Clergymen." — Vol. 3. The 2nd edition. London. 
12mo. 1741. 

— j| A Discourse concerning Persecution, wherein the Grounds upon 
which Christians afflict and grieve, and bereave each other of 
Life, for their different opinions in matters of Religion are 
examined. ... ... ... 8vo. Reprinted in \ the Year, 1741. l£ 

— |j An Impartial Inquiry into the Truth of those quotations, from 
the Sermons of Archbishop lillotson, as published in the 
Daily Advertisers of the 4th and 5th of July, 1740. under the 
Title of "A Second Letter from the Bey. Mr. Whitejhld" 
with some remarks thereon. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Soicle Raylton and Luke 

Hinde, at the Bible in George yard, Lombard Street. 1740. 

— No Title, — a paper, beginning, " If God were the Principal 

object of men's desires, and the serving Him truly their chief- 

est concern," &c. 4to. No Printer's name, or place, about 1740. ^ 

— To the Saints in Sion, a Song of Praise. — written at Carlisle in 

Cumberland, about 50 years ago, and now published by consent 
of the writer, T. S. [Thomas Story.] 

Leeds: Printed by James Lister ; and sold by T. Hammond 
and N. Bell, Booksellers in York, and T. Cooper, at the 
Globe, in Paternoster -row, London. ... ... 8vo. 1740. 1| 

See Thomas Story. 

— An Examination of a Discourse on Baptism with the Holy Ghost; 

lately published by James Rudd, wherein to wave his vain 
assertions, false glosses, and misrepresentations of the sacred 
records ; his inconsistencies with himself, the Holy scriptures, 
and the Church of England, with regard to the main argument, 
or Gifts and Graces of the Holy Ghost, or Spirit, are pointed 
out and exposed : and the Baptism, with, or by the Holy Ghost, 
or Spirit, as maintained by the people called Quakers, is shewn 
to be the true Christian Baptism, according to the Scriptures, 
in opposition to what this writer has advanced. Part 1. By 
Philalethes Candaliinsis. [Supposed by Thomas Lancaster.] 

Kendal: Printed and sold by Thomas Ashburner. 8vo. 1741. 8 J 

— An Essay on Intemperance, particularly Hard-Drinking: wherein 

that spreading pest is, with its dreadful effects, justly expos'd, 
specify' d and diversify M. By Theophilus Philanthropos. 

(David Hall.) 8vo. Printed in the Year of our Lord, 1742. 3^- 






G2 A CATALOGUE OF AXO 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1743-46. 

II The Fair Disputant: or, Woman's Advocate; a familiar 

Epistle from a Christian to a Clergyman, in Defence of tliz. 
Smith, Mag Drummond, Abigail Watson, Rob. Barclay, W. 
Penn, G. Rooke, and others of their most excellent and truly- 
ancient Religion, THE QUAKERS. Wherein is par- 
ticularly and plainly shewn the Right, Authority and Power 
of Women's Mi nisi rt ; and what idea we ought to have of 
God, as our Sovereign and Creator. 

Dublin : Printed by Z Martineau and J. Kinneir, on the 

Lower- Blind- Key, near Fishamble- street. ... 8vo. 1743. 

A Call to Repentance, recommended to the Inhabitants of Great 

Britain in general : with a brief address to the Magistrates 
intrusted with the Execution of the Laws against Prophaneness 
and Immorality. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Soiclc Raylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible in George-yard, in Lombard street. 8vo. 1745 

This valuable pamphlet is an extract from W«. Penn's " Address to 
Protestants," published in the Year 1679. It treats,— I. Of the Sin 
of Diu'nkcxx; ss. II. Of the Sin of Whoredom and Fornication. 
III. Ot the Sin of Luxury, or Excess in Living, viz. in Apparel, 
in Fckmtcrf, and in Feasting. IY. Of the Evil of Gaming. 
V. Of the horrid Sin of Oaths, Cursing, and Blasphemies. YI. 
Of the Sin of Prophaneness. 

— — Of the Divine 'VYitness, or the Ingrafted Word and Spirit of 
Christ in Man. [Supposed by Huhphet Marshall.] 

4to. No Printer'' s name, place, or date. 

1| A Serious Address to the Frequenters of Play-houses : or rather, 

serious Motives to draw People to a just Consideration of the 
Folly, Sin and Danger of encouraging, and being present at 
those unlawful Assemblies. Earnestly recommended to Parents, 
Matrons, Guardians, Mistresses of Boarding-Schools and all 
others whom it may concern. 

Felix quern faciunt aliena pericula cantum. 
Printed in the ever memorable year of the Scottish Rebellion. 

12mo. 1746. 

A Letter to the Reverend Mr. Bate, Rector of St. Paul, Deptford; 

occasioned by his Book, intitled, " Infidelity scourged, or Chris- 
tianity vindicated, &cc." 

London : Printed for J. Rrbinson. at the Golden-Lion, in 
Ludgate-street ; and sold by the Booksellers and Pamphht- 
sellers of London and Westminster. ... ... 8vo. 1746. 2 

The Author of this pamphlet -was Richard Finch, a Friend, Avho 
kept a Clock Maker's Shop, in White-Hart-Court, Lombard Street, 
London, he also published an Svo. volume of other Anonymous 
tracts, written from 1739 to 174-5, neither in the style of, nor upon 
subjects of interest to the Society, he afterwards published the 
following adverse piece, entitled, — 



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FRIENDS' BOOKS. 63 



ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 746-48. 

The Nature and Duty of Self-Defence : addressed to the People 

called Quakers. London : Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe 

in Pater- Noster-Roiv. 8vo. 1746. 4£ 

This -was followed by a recantation of his sentiments in a tract entitled, 
"Second Thoughts concerning War, &c," printed at Nottingham, 
17">3. For further particulars, see his name. 

Remarks on a Pamphlet entitled, " Infidelity scourged or Chris- 
tianity Vindicated," written by James Bate, M A., Rector of 
St. Paul's, Deptford. Wherein the origin of Deism is inquired 
into and assigned, and Mr. Bate's Treatment of the Quakers 
detected and exposed. ... ... ... 8vo. London, 1746. 2 

See R. Bell. 

An Enquiry into The Doctrine of the Trinity, &c. 8vo. London, 1746. 2& 

SeeR. Bill. 

The Presbyterian Dream : or, The Divinity of the Scotch Kirk 

epitomised, &c. ... ... ... .-- Svo. London, 1747. 2^- 

See R. Bell. 

Sin's Thcologico Metaphysica : Being a Critical Dissertation on 

some Branches of the Metaphysicks, Natural Philosophy, and 
Theology, &c. 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition. ... 8vo. London, 1749. 7^- 

SeeR. Bell. 

An Enquiry into the Validity of a late Discourse, intituled, "The 

Nature and Duty of SeJf-Defence." [Signed "Philanthropus."] 
Loudon : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke 

Hinde, at the Bible in George yard, Lombard Street. 8vo. 1747. 4^ 
Supposed by Joseph Bksse. 

A Modest Plea in behalf of the People called Quakers, in 

answer to a pamphlet, intituled, "The Nature and Duty of 
Self-Defence, addressed to the People call'd Quakers." To 
which are added, Some remarks on the British Oracle. 

London: Printed for C. Corbett, at Addison's- Head, over 

against St. Dunstan's Church, in Fleet-street. 8vo. No Date. If 

A Lamentation over Zion, on the declension of the Church. By 

W. L. Junr. [William Lamboll, Junr.] 

8vo. No Printer's name, place, or date. ^ 

The same engraved on Copper, (but no title, name or initials) 

and stated thereon, "The Author unknown." 

Large B. London: Printed in the 3rd Month, 1747. 1 
See William Lampoll, Junr. 

Some Remarks on a Pamphlet, intituled, " A Letter to a Person 

lately joined with the People called Quakers, in answer to a 
Letter wrote by him. In a Letter from a Friend in the Coun- 
try to another in Bristol. [By John Fry.] 

Bristol: Printed by S. Farley, in the Old -Market. 8vo. 1748. 1£ 

— The same, — London : Re-printed by Samuel Clark, in Bread- 
street, Cheapside. ... ... ... Svo. 1761. lj 



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64 A CATALOGUE OF A N O 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1748-56. 

Divine Love commemorated. — The Author unknown to me. 

(S. H.) — [at the end of Sophia Hume's " Exhortation to the 
Inhabitants of South Carolina."] ... 8vo. Philadelphia, 1748. £ 

Reprinted, — See Sophia Hums. 

Ditto, at the end of Henry Tuke's "Faith of the 
People called Quakers, Sec." — where it is said to have 
been written by Elijah Waging, of Witney, Oxford- 
shire. Page 30. 
Reprinted in a volume entitled, " Poems on Religious 
Subjects." (page 15) Small 8vo. 1775. 

Modest Remarks upon the Bishop of London's Letter, concerning 

the late Earthquakes. By one of the People called Quakers. 
Reprinted, — The 2nd edition. 

Ditto, The 3rd edition 8vo. 1750. 

A Paraphrase upon Prov. vi. 16, 17, 18, 19. [By John Fal- 

lowfield, of Hettford.~] 8vo. iVo Printer's name, place, or date, h 

To all whom it may i smcern. [By Richard Finch.] 

B. No Printer s name, or place. [Sept. 28, 1751.] % 
- brittle prattle, or a Familiar Discourse on the Persons I, Thou, 
He, or She, We, Ye or You, and They. Designed for the 
use and benefit of the Youth of the People called Quakers, 
who have not had the opportunity of learning Grammar. By 
a Lover of Truth. London : Printed for the Author, by J. 

Hart, in Popping' s Court, Fleet Street. ... ... 8vo. 1752. 2 

| A Dissertation upon 2 Peter i. 19. Wherein the obscurity of 
the sacred Text is removed, and its genuine Simplicity restored 
and asserted. By Philotheos. London : Printed for S. 

Bladilon, in Pattr-nostei - Row . ... ... ... 8vo. 1753. If 

A Patern of Christian Education, agreeable to the precepts and 
Practice of our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Illus- 
trated under the Characters of Paternus k Eusebia. Extracted 
from a late pious Author. Germantown : P tinted by Chris- 
topher Sower, junior. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1756. § 

This extract and the next are supposed to have been done by 
Anthony Be.nezet. 
The Nature and design of Christianity. Extracted from a late 
Author. Germantown : Printed by Christopher Sower, Junior. 

12mo. 1756. 
An Historical account of the Rise and Establishment of the 
People call'd Quakers, with a brief view of their religious 
Principles, and of their Tenets respecting civil Society. In 
which the Doctrine of Peace and obedience to Government are 
considered. Extracted from Writers of the best authority. 
By a Friend. " Live peaceably with all men" Rom. xii. 18. 

London: Printed for J, Newbery, at the Bible and Sun, in 
St. Pauls Church yard : and sold by all Booksellers. 

(Price Six-Pence.) 8vo. 1756. 



ANO friends' books. 65 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 756-60. 

An Humble Apology for the Quakers, addressed to Great and 

Small, occasioned by certain gross Abuses and imperfect 
Vindications of that People, relative to the late Public Fast. 
To which are added observations on a New Pamphlet, in- 
tituled, " A Brief View of the Conduct of Pensylvania for the 
rear 1755. So far as to shew the real Spirit and Design, of 
that angry writer. And also a much Fairer Method pointed 
out, than that contained in the Brief State of Pensylvania, to 
prevent the Incroachnients of the French, and restore Quiet to 
the Province. 

Printed for and sold by Stanley Croivder, and Henry Wood- 
gate, at the Golden Ball in Paternoster Row, London. 8vo. 1756. 2£ 

N.B. — There is added to this piece after " The Finis," the following 
Postscript, viz : 
" If any one of the Assembly, or other intelligent Person, who resides 
in Philadelphia, -will through the Publishers of this apology, furnish 
the author -with such facts, as will make him a competent Judge of 
the Controversy ; he may with pleasure exert his utmost Endeavours 
to vindicate the Assembly and Quakers of Pensylvania." 

|| A Vindication of the Quakers, from the Groundless aspersions 

of a Malecontent Writer, and the Authors of some Paragraphs 
in the Public Papers. 

London : Printed for M.Collyer, at the Royal Exchange. 4to. 1756. I£ 

Christian Piety, freed from the many delusions of modern En- 
thusiasts of all denominations. By Philaeethes. 

8vo. Dublin: Printed I in the year, 17 57. 1^ 
A nice piece. 

|| The True Christian Worship briefly exhibited. With the 

Author's own experience therein ; shewing the difference 

between it and the Worship which is commonly performed by 

most of the Religious Sects in Christendom. And making </ 

appear, that the_one is according to the Will and Appointment 

of God, and the other according to that of Man. In a Letter 

to a Friend. London : Sold by Jonathan Scott, at the B(ju)ack 

Sivan, in Paternoster Row. ... ... 12mo. 1759. £ 

|| A Review of the Rev*- Mr. Dan Gittixs's Remarks on the 

Tenets and Principles of the Quakers; shewing their con- 
trariety to the Hutchinsonian scheme, and consistency with 
the Scriptures. 

London: Printed for W.Owen, near Temple Bar; H. Cooke, 
at the Royal Exchange ; and E. Gardiner in Gracechurch 

Street 8vo. 1759. 2£ 

Four Elegies : descriptive and moral. [By John Scott, of Anrwell.] 

London: Printed for J. Buckland, in Pater -noster-Row ; R. 
and J. Dodsley, in Pall- Mall ; G. Woodfall, at Charing- 
Cross ; W. Owen, at Temple-Bar ; E.Billy, in the Poultry ; ' 

F 



DO A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued 1 760-64. 

T. Field, in Cheapside ; and C. Henderson, at the Royal- 
Exchange. .. Large 4to. 1760. 3£ 

Elegy 1. Written at the approach of Spring Page 1. 

2. Do. in the Hot Weather, July, 1757 do. 7. 

3. Do. in Harvest do. 12. 

4. Do. at the Approach of Winter do. 18. 

Republished in his Works, pages 25 — 48. • 

|| An Answer to the Rev. John Rogers's Address, to persuade the 

People called Quakers to conform to the Church of England. 
By the Author of Truth transcending Human Reason. 

London : Printed for T. Hope, at the Bible and Anchor, the 

the corner of Bartholomew-Lane, Threadneedle- street. 8vo. 1761. 1\ 

A Remarkable Dream, 30th of 6th mo. (or 10th mo.) 1762. 

Query, Esther Moxham's ? 

A Short account of that part of Africa, inhabited by the Negroes ; 

with respect to the fertility of the Country ; the good disposition 
of many of the Natives, and the manner by which the Slave 
Trade is carried on, &c. [By Anthony Benezet.] 

8vo. Philadelphia: Printed in the year, IV '62. 3^ 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition, with large additions and 

amendments. Philadelphia, Printed by W. Danlap. 8vo. 1762. 5 

Do. — The 3rd edition, — London : Reprinted by \V. Baker and 

J.W. Galabin ; 19, Cullum Street 8vo. 1768. 5 

The Winter-Piece. A Poem. [By Joseph Phipps.] Written 

in 1740. London: Printed by W. Richardson and S. Clark; 
and sold by W. Bristow,at the West- End of St. Paul's Church- 
yard. Folio. 1763. 5 

The Quaker vindicated ; or, observations on a late Pamphlet, 

entituled, " The Quaker unmask'd, or, Plain Truth." [Signed 

" Philalethes."] 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1764. 

yj || A Looking Glass for Presbyterians, or a brief examination of 

their Loyalty, Merit, and other Qualifications for Government. 
\ ^ ^ With some Animadversions on the Quaker unmask'd. Humbly 
* *" address' d to the consideration of the loyal Freemen of Pennsyl- 

vania. (Numb. 1. Signed, Philo Libertatis. t >;.~* °- 

8vo. Philadelphia: Printed in the Year, 1764. 1£ 

An Elegy, written in a Quakers Burial Ground. To which is 

added the Country Quaker. [By John Wagstaffe, of 
Norwich.] London : Printed for G. Keith, at the Bible, in 
Gracechurch-street. ... ... ... ... Folio. 1764. 5 

The Breathings of a Pious soul, one of the People called Quakers. 

(Abraham Richard Hawks worth.) In verse. 

Folio. No Printer's name, place, or date, i 

Two Letters, &c. to David Hume. (One written from London, 

the 13th, the other the 1 4th day of 11th month, 1764.) [Sup- 
posed by Elizabeth, Wife of Richard Shackleton.] 8vo. 1764. 1' 



A N O FRIENDS' BOOKS. 67 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 765-68. 

Considerations relative to the North American Colonies. [By 

John Fothekgill, M.D.] 

London: Printed by Henry Kent , at the Printing-Office in 

Finch Lane, near the Royal-Exchange. ... ... 8vo. 1765. 3 

A Letter to Dr. Formey, F.R.S. By J. B. — Signed at the end 

" Philalethes." [Vindicating Friends' Principles and George 
Fox.] London : Printed for W. Nicoll, in St. Paul's Church' 

Yard, 8fc ' 8vo. 1766. 4£ 

Reprinted,— The 2nd edition 8vo. 1766. 4| 

See James Beezlet. 

Remarks on the Practice of Inoculation for the Small-Pox, among 

which are interspersed sundry hints, necessary to be considered 
by Christians in general ; particularly addressed to some persons 
who have undergone that operation. 8vo. Printed in the Year ', 1766. 2 J 

Reprinted, — the 2nd edition. 8vo. London: Printed in the Year, 1767. 3 

Bristol Theatre : a Poem. [By James Gottgh.] 

Bristol: Printed by S. Farley, in Castle- Green. Large 4to. 1766. 2 

The Light upon the Candlestick. First published in Latin ; ^ 

after translated into English by a Learned Hand. [Benj*- Ftjrly.] 
London : Printed at the Bible in George-yard, Lombard 

Street ' ... 8vo. 1767. 1& 

See William Ames. 

Britannia : a Poem. With Historical Notes. Inscribed to the 

King, Queen, and Royal Family. The Lords and Commons of 
Great Britain and Lreland. The Governors and Members of 
British Colonies. [By James Gotjgh.] 

Printed for the Author : and sold by A. Millar, in the Strand, 
J. Newbery, in St. Paul's Church- Yard, and fi. Baldwin, 
in Pater-noster-Row, London. ... ... Large 4to. 1767. 4 

|| Animadversions upon an Epistle, entitled, " A Letter to the 

Rev. Mr. Nimmo, Minister in the Close, Newcastle ; subscribed 
Ja. Murray ; in a Letter to the same Person. By a Quaker, 
[a Disguised one.] ... ... 8vo. Printed in the year, 1767. \\ 

. This is signed at the end, "Benjamin Broadbrim," an assumed name, 
it seems doubtful if by a Friend or anything to do with Friends. 

Animadversions on a Pamphlet, lately published ; entitled, " The 

Rights of the Clergy of Ireland, &c." By a Friend to the 
Civil and Religious Rights of Mankind. 

Dublin: Printed by and for Alex. 31' ' Culloh, in Henry - 

Street. 8vo. 1768. 2J 

Some Brief and Serious Reasons-why the People called Quakers, 

do not pay Tithes. 8vo. No Printer's name or place, {about 1768.) f 
Reprinted often, see John Gough. 

F2 



a catalogue: of ano 

AXOXYiqg08,--continued. 1 768-73. 

Reasons why the People called Quaker.? do not pay Tythes. 

8vo. No Printer' s name, place, or date', f- 

Elegiac and other Poems. By Several Hands. Gratefully in- 
scribed to the honoured Memory of a late eminently valuable 
Citizen of the City of Bristol, Abraham Richard Hawks-. 
worth, late Treasurer to the Infirmary of the said City, and 
one of the People called Quakers. Wherein is exhibited a 
view of his Life, as an accomplished Model for the universal 
imitation of Mankind. To which are added, some lines on 
Kebecca Smith, late of Nailsworth, in Gloeestershire, de- 
ceased, an eminent and approved Minister amongst the said 
People. Bristol: Printed by S. Farley, in Castle- Green. 8vo. 1769. 2 \ 

Reprinted, — the 2nd edition, (with alterations) ... 8vo. 1769. 1^ 

See Abraham Richaud Hawksworth. 

Reflections on the Spirit and Essence of Christianity. By 

Eusebius. [Edmund Rack, of Bath.] 

8vo. London: Printed in the Year, 1771. f 

An Essay towards a- Contrast between Quakerism and Methodism ; 

wherein the Mystery of Silent Meetings is considered and 
explained ; in an address to those of both denominations. By 
Johannes Catholicus. [John Rutty, of Dublin.] 

Bristol: Printed by William Pine, in Wine-street. 8vo. 1771. 2£ 

The Complete History of Joseph and his Brethren. 

London : Printed and sold by Mary Hinde, at No. 2, in 

George-yard, Lombard street. ... 12mo. [about 1771] 5f- 

To Horslv- down Men's and Women's Meetings. (Signed, 

" Sympathetick.") Folio. 1772. 1 

The Life of Armelle Nicolas, — a Poor Maid Servant in France, 

and yet a Noble and Happy Servant of the King of Kings. 
[Translated by James Gotjgh.] ... ... 8vo. Bristol, 1772. 3 

See Jamfs Gotjgh. 

The Plain Path to Christian Perfection, &c. — (Written in 

German about 250 years ago, now translated from the French, 
with a Preface. [By Anthony Benezet.] 

Philadelphia: Printed by Joseph Cruks7iank,in Third Street, . 

opposite the Workhouse. ... ... ... 8vo. 1772. 8j 

Reprinted, — See Anthony Benezet, 

■ Multum in Parvo contra Parvum in Multo. Or a Six Days 

Candid Review of a six years uncandid Controversy: wherein 
Mr. Phipp's Arguments in Defence of Quakerism, in his 
Observations, and The original and present State of Man, against 
Mr. Newton of Norwich, are shewn to be defective ; and the 
Doctrines of Absolute Necessity and Universal Redemption fairly 
deduced from some of the Quakers Principles, as laid down in 
Barclay's and Phipps's Writings,. Addressed to the People 
called Quakers in particular. By One who was formerly a 
Member of that Christian Society. London : Sold by 
Richardson and Urquhart, under the Royal Exchange. 8vo. 1773. & 






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69 



ANONYMOUS ,— continued. 1 773-75. 

Observations on the present state of the Parochial and Vagrant 

Poor. [By John Scott, of Amwell.] London: Printed for 
Edward and Charles Dilly, in the Poultry. ... 8vo. 1773. 8£ 

j| An Address to the Inhabitants of the British Settlements in 

America, upon Slave-Keeping. 

Philadelphia : Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-Street. 8vo. 1773 2 
Supposed by a Friend,— Query, Anthony Benezet? 

Brief Considerations on Slavery, and the expediency of it's abo- S£& 

lition. With some hints on the means whereby it may be 
gradually effected. Recommended to the serious attention of 
all, and especially of those entrusted with the Powers of legis- 
lation. Burlington: Printed and sold by Isaac Collins. 8vo. 1773. 1 

An Appeal to the People called Quakers, on the late difference 

between John Fothergill and Samuel Leeds, &c. London : 
Printed and sold by the Booksellers at the Royal Exchange. 8vo.l773. 2 
See Samuel Leeds. 

■ The Mighty Destroyer displayed, in some account of the di-eadnil 

Havock made by the mistaken use as well as abuse of distilled 
Spirituous Liquors. By a Lover of Mankind. [Anthony 
Benezet.] 8vo. Philadelphia, 1774. 3 

The Potent Enemies of America laid open, &c, 

8vo. Philadelphia, No Date. 
See Anthony Benezet. 

A Letter to a Friend. (Signed Philo-Libertas.) ... 4to. 1774. £ 

Paying Tythes inconsistent with the Principles of the People 

called Quakers. Wherein the Reasons for their Refusal are 
briefly stated : the Pleas and Excuses made by some for com- 
plying with Demands of that Nature, are considered and 
refuted ; as also the Discipline of the Society which requires 
dealing with, and finally censuring those who will not be 
reclaimed, vindicated. Dublin : Printed and sold by Robert 
Jackson, at the (J lobe in 3feath- street. ... ... 8vo. 1774. 3 

England's True Interest, in the Choice of a New Parliament, 

briefly considered : in a serious Address to all the Freeholders 
in Great Britain. By a Friend to True Liberty. [Edmund 
Rack, of Bardneld.] London: Printed for the Author ; and 
sold by Richardson and Urquhart, under the Royal Exchange. 8vo. 1 774. 1 

■ Poems on Religious Subjects. Selected from various authors. 
Part 1. [Supposed Editor, John Kendall.] 

Small 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1775 4^ 
Contains amongst other interesting pieces, — " Against Drunk enness," 
"Divine Love Commemorated," — "The Pious Virgin's "Wish. " — 
"Religious Thoughts on the Ministry." — "Abstract of a Poem on 
the Death of Benjamin Kidd, Minister of the Gospel, &c, &c." 



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ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 776-77. 

A Faithful Narrative of a Remarkable Visitation. By a 

Physician. [John Rutty.] London: Printed and sold by 

James Phillips, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street. 12mo. 1776 1 

An Essay on Liberty and Necessity : in answer to Augustus 

Toplady's Tract, on (what he calls) " Christian and Philo- 
sophical Necessity asserted," in which John Wesley's" Thoughts 
on Necessity," are examined and defended; the difficulties of 
these subjects rendered plain and easy to common Readers ; 
and Human Liberty fully proved. By Philaretus. 

London: Printed by R. Hawes, (No. 40) the Corner of 
Dorset-street, Crispin- street, Spitalfields. And sold by 
Messrs. Haioes Sf Co., and by S. Buckland, Booksellers, in 
Pater-noster-Row. ... 12mo. No Date, [about 1776?] 5£ 

In the " Memoirs of Dr. Joseph Priestley, — with observations on his 
Writings by Thomas Cooper of Pennsylvania, — published in 1806 ; 
there is inserted at page 30, the following note, from which it 
appears that this "Essay on Liberty and Necessity," was written 
by Thomas Letchworth, but I have some reasons to doubt its 
accuracy (unless there are two works on the subject) as John 
Whitehead, of Wandsworth, states on the title page of his 
" Materialism philosophically examined," that he is the Author 
of An Essay on Liberty and Necessity. Probably both these 
Friends had a hand in the work, as Thomas Letchworth must 
have been about the time this was written residing at Wandsworth. 

" Quakers. — That instances of liberality of sentiment with respect to 
religious opinion are frequently to be found among the Quakers 
there can be no doubt, but this is certainly no part of their 
character as a Sect. Thomas Letchworth one of the most acute 
and ingenious of their preachers at Wandsworth, near London, 
who from the writings of Dr. Priestley had become a firm convert 
to his Unitarian opinions, informed me that the expression of those 
opinions would be attended with certain expulsion from the So- 
ciety. Very lately Hannah Barnard a female Public Friend who 
went from America to England, was prohibited from preaching by 
the Society, on account of her Unitarian doctrines. 

Thomas Letchworth has been dead many years. In the short contest 
on the question of Liberty and Necessity which was occasioned 
by Toplady's life of Jerome Zanchius, he wrote a good defence of 
the doctrine of Necessity, signed Philaretus in answer to one from 
a disciple of Fletcher's of Madeley, under the signature of Phila- 
leutheros. There is a trifling account of him containing no 
information, by one William Matthews.— T. C(ooper.) " 

A Compendium of a Controversy on Water-Baptism. (Supposed 

the 1st edition and written about 1776.) 

8vo. No Printer's name, place, or date. 

A Compendium of a Controversy on Baptism, between a Clergy- 
man and a Quaker. (Another edition of the preceding.) 
London : Printed by J. Fry and Co., Letter -Founders and 

Printers, in Queen street, near Upper Moor fields. Broadside. 1777 1 
This Controversy was between Rand, a Clergyman of Coventry and 
Mary Morris, afterwards Knowles, the Tract has been frequently 
reprinted. See Mary Knowles. 



ANO FRIENDS* BOOKS. 71 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 777-79. 

Reasons why the People called Quakers do not pay Tithes. 

London : Printed by James Phillips, in George Yard, Lombard 

Street Small 8 vo. 1777. 1 

S The Final Audit : or, Day of Retribution. A Poem. [Signed 

J. A., John Ady.] 12mo. London, 1777. 1^ 

Letters to the King^from an old Patriotic Quaker, lately deceased. 

London: Printed for R. Baldwin, in Paternoster Row. 8yo. 1778. 14 
These letters are addressed to King George III., and are supposed 
to have been published by Thomas Crowley. 

An Exhortation or Warning to the Inhabitants of Woodbridge, 

and the Villages adjacent. By a Well- Wisher. [Mary Maw, 

of Woodbridge.] Folio. No Printer's name, or place. [1778] 1 

|| Serious Address to the People called Quakers, of the Continent ^^ 1 

of North America, exhibiting the Ancient Testimony of that u 
People concerning Obedience, written before the departure of ifY^ ' 
the British Army from Philadelphia, 1778, by a Native of 
Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, printed. Reprinted,— The 2nd 

editic>n/c»*-!fejr>« ' Philadelphia, 1778. 48 pages. 

"The Friends buying up. the First edition in order to suppress it, 
induced Mr. Ebenezer Hazard (of Philadelphia) to republish it. 
W.G." 
From a M.S. note on the back of the title of a copy of the above. 

An Essay on the Simplicity of Truth ; being An Attempt to 

ascertain the Use and Extent of Discipline, in the Church of 
Christ ; to which is added, a Postscript on Tithes. Particularly 
addressed to the People called Quakers ; by Catholicus, a 
Peaceable Member of that Society. 

London : Sold by E. and C. Dilly, in the Poultry ; and may be 

had of the different Booksellers in Town and Country. 8vo. 1779. 5f 
Reprinted in "William Matthews' "Recorder." Vol. 1, page 1. 
This Treatise on Discipline, was -written by Henry Portsmouth,* of 
Basingstoke, and edited by William Matthews,* of Bath, who 
added the Postscript, and hi his own copy of the pamphlet, he has 
written on the blank page between the Essay and the Postscript, 
the following, viz ; 

ADVERTISEMENT. 
"The Editor of this Treatise having been favour' d with the perusal, 
previous to printing, of the foregoing Essay, prevailed on his Friend, 
the very respectable Writer, to permit him to make the following 

addition in his Name. This request on one Hand, and the ready 

consent on the other, were the more natural, on account of the entire 
agreement of the Parties in opinion on those Topics, which occupy 
both the Treatise and the Postscript.'' 

And at the conclusion of the work, this note, 
" N.B. Candour induces the Author of the foregoing Postscript to 
say, that the late Joseph Phipps, soon after the first publication, 
sent out two pamphlets in reply to it, and the Essay. They most 
likely continue on sale at the Publishers in George Yard, London ; 
but how far he has really answered and refuted the arguments before 
him, those who chuse to examine, will determine for themselves." 
* Both these Friends were disunited from the Society. M,S - Note - 



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AXOXYMOUS,— continued. 1779-83. 

An Extract from a Work, intitled, " An Essay on the simplicity 

of Truth, &c." London : Sold by E. and C. Dilly, in the 
Poultry 12mo. 1779. l£ 

This is merely a reprint of the "Postscript," of "Simplicity of Truth, bv 
William Matthews. Reprinted in Wm. Matthews's Recorder. Vol.1, p. 45. 

How Solemn the departure of the Year, and the commencement 

of another ! [Signed, "A Serious Observer." (Thomas Pole ?)] 

"(Taken from Lloyd's Evening Post, Jan. 3rd, 1780.) Folio. 1780. £ 

Reprinted. ... ... 4to. No Printer s name, place, or date. % 

Ditto, in " The Irish Friend," Vol. 4, Xo. 1, page 3. ... 1841. 

An Extract from a Treatise on the Spirit of Prayer, — With some 

Thoughts on War : Remarks on the Nature and bad effects of 
the use of Spirituous Liquors. And considerations on Slavery. 
[By Anthony Benezet.] Philadelphia: Printed by Joseph 
Crukshank, in Market Street ; between Second and Third Streets. 

12mo. 1780. Zh 

Xo Title, begins,— "In the Life of the Lady Elizabeth Hastings, &c." 

12mo. No Printer s name, place, or date. $ 
This appears to have been printed in Philadelphia, and no doubt is one 
of Anthony Benezet's Series of Tracts. 

A Short Accoimt of the several Books of the Xew Testament, 

from Dr. Percy's Key. For the Use of Ackwobth School. 
London : Printed for Lockyer Davis : and sold by James 

Phillips, in George Yard, Lombard-Street. 16mo. 1780. 4 

This Extract from Dr. Percy's Key, was undertaken by a Friend at 
the desire of Dr. John\Fothekglll. 

Advice to Seivants. (Begins, " A Good Character is valuable 

to every one, &c") [By David Barclay, Grandson of the 
Apologist.] ... Broadside. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

To whom it belongs. Let not the God of this World blind your 

eyes : neither suffer the little Foxes to spoil the tender Vine. 

Folio. No Printer's name or place. About 1781. 1 
This is on the subject of a Loan for "War purposes, and is signed, 
" Principle." Supposed by John Whitehead, of Wandsworth. 

A Partem of Christian education, agreeable to the Precepts and 

• Practice of our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. 
Dublin : Printed by Robert Jackson, No.20, in Meath-street. 8vo. 1783. 1^ 
I suppose this to be a reprint of the Germantown edition of 1756. 

|| Serious Reflections on the present State of England, as to its 

moral character ; in which is shewn the Tendency of Irreligion 
and Vice, to bring Ruin upon a People ; both in the natural 
Course of Things, and by the just Judgments of God. Extracted 
from a late eminent Writer, and published for General Good. 

12mo. London: Printed in the Year. 1783. If 



A N O friends' books. 73 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1783-87. 

1| A Serious Address to the Rulers of America, on the inconsistency - 

of their conduct respecting Slavery : forming a contrast between 
the encroachments of England, on American Liberty, and 
American injustice in tolerating Slavery. 

Trenton: Printed by Isaac' Collins. ... 8vo. 1783. 22 pages. 

This is signed, "A Farmer," and dated, February, 1783. 

The same. ... ... 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1784. 22 pages. 

The Imprint of this should be, "Philadelphia, Printed, — Liverpool, — reprinted.''' 

Some Observations on the Situation, Disposition, and Character 

of the Indian Natives of this Continent. [By Anthony Benezet.] 
Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in 

Market-street. . Small 8vo. 1784. 3| 

A Collection of Religious Tracts, plainly setting forth the great 

Truths of the Gospel, for the instruction of the Youth and others 
particularly those of the Black People. [Query, by Anthony 
Benezet ?] Philadelphia : Printed by Enoch Story, in 
Strawberry Alley. 12mo. 1784. 3 

1| Considerations on the Doctrine of Predestination, in a Letter to 

a Friend. ... 12mo. Bath : Printed in the Year, 1784. j> 

G 
Written and dated from, " Bath, Feb. 17, 1784." perhaps by William 
Mat i hews. 

Verses occasioned by reading some strictures on Barclay's Apology. 

Small 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1785. 2| 
Written by Joseph Beck, of Frenchay, near Bristol. 

j| An Elegy : Sacred to the Memory of that Patron of virtue, the 

truly admired and pious John Till Adams, M.D., of Bristol, 

&c. (With a Frontispiece.) 8vo. Bristol, 1786. £ 

See John Till Adams. 

The True Quakers' Principles defended by Scripture. 

Lewes: Printed/or the Author. 8vo. 1786. 2% 
■ This -was written to defend Friends' Principles concerning Baptism, &c. 
The Preface is signed G.M. [Query, Thomas Martin ?] 

An Invitation from the Spirit of Christ to the Churches. Folio. 1787. J 

Some Principles and Precepts of the Christian Religion explained 

by way of Question and Answer, for the use of Young persons. 
[By John Kendall.] 

Ipswich: Printed by Shave and Jackson. Small 12mo. 1787. 1£ 
The First edition of this tract was printed in 1783, and the Second 

edition, in 1785, with the Author's name ; this edition is a little altered. 
Reprinted in 1793, 1808, 1817, 1820 and 1851. See John Kendall. 

— ]| Miscellanies, moral and instructive, in Prose and Verse ; collected 
from various Authors, for the use of Schools, and improvement 
of young persons of both sexes. Philadelphia: Printed, 8\o. 1787. 13 

1| The same, — Philadelphia, printed; London: Reprinted by J. 

Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-street 12mo. 1787. 8£ 



74 A CATALOGUE OF 



ANO 



ANON YMOUS,— continued. 1 78 7-90. 

The same, — Philadelphia, printed ; Dublin : Reprinted by J, 

Jones, No. Ill, Grafton- Street. ... ... 12mo. 1789. 8f 

The same, — A New Edition, with additions. Philadelphia, 

printed : London : Reprinted by James Phillips, George- Yard, 

Lombard- Street " ... 12mo. 1790. 8 5 

<f 

|| Miscellanies, moral and instructive, in Prose and Verse, &c. 

Vol. 2. London : Printed by J. Phillips, George Yard, 
Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1793. 9 

|| Miscellanies, &c. Vol. 3. 12mo. 1803. 

The extracts which compose these volumes were collected from a 
variety of Authors by a Female for her own perusal and amusement, 
but there is some uncertainty as to her being a Friend, as well as the 
Editor. The first volume contains the following recommendatory 
letter from Benjamin Franklin : — 

° I have read, with pleasure, the manuscript specimen communicated 
to me of the Miscellanies in Prose and Verse. 1 am glad to hear 
they are now ordered for the press. 

" A Book, containing so many well chosen sentiments, and excellent 
instructions, put into the hands of our children, cannot but be highly 
useful to the rising generation. B. Franklin. Philadelphia." 

— Extracts from the Writings of divers eminent Authors, of 
different religious denominations, and at various periods of 
time, representing the evils and pernicious effects of Stage 
Plays, and other vain amusements. Sheffield: Printed, 8vo. 1789. 1£ 

Reprinted,— ... Sheffield. 8vo. 1790. If 

See Lindley Murray. 
A Quaker's Reasons for opening his Shop on that called Christ- 
mas-Day. ..» Folio. No Printer s name, or place. 1789. I 
Written by Josiah Forster, of " St. Paul's-Church-Yard, London; 
Son of Josiah Forster, Schoolmaster of Coventry," &c. 

Observations on a late address to Friends on Tythes. 

8vo. 1789. 40 pages. 

|| An Account of a Young Prince, shewing his setting out to 

return to his Father's Kingdom, and of the mischiefs which 
befel him in the Way ; being a caution and Warning to all 
young People. 

" I will open my mouth in a Parable.''' — Psalm lxxviii, 2. 
London: Printed for and Sold by W. Da r ton and Co., 

No. 55, Gracechurch- street. .... ... ... 12mo. 1790. -§ 

Le Principe ou la Regie, de vie des Premiers Chretiens devoile. 

The Principle or Rule of Life of the First Christians displayed. 

(In French only.) 12mo. Amsterdam, 1790. 3Z 



Done by George Dillwyn, Robert and Sarah Grubjb, and John 
de Marsillac, then at Amsterdam. 

See George Dillwyn. 

A Spelling Book for the use of Ackworth School. ... 12mo. 1790. 6 
See also Schools. 






A. NO friends' books. 75 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 792-94. 

|| The Guilt of War: a Poem. Written in the year 1792. 

T. Geoghegan, Printer, Kent Street, 12ino. No date. % 

■ An Address to the Right Reverend the Prelates of England and 

Wales, on the subject of the Slave-Trade. [By George 
Harrison, of Wandsworth.] 

London: Printed in the year 1792, and sold by J. Parsons, 
Paternoster Row; and Ridgway, York-street, St. James's. 8vo. 1792. 1 

|| Considerations addressed to Professors of Christianity of every 

denomination, on the impropriety of consuming West- India 
Sugar and Rum, as produced by the oppressive Labour of Slaves. 

London: Printed by Ritchie and Sammells. 8vo. 1792. J 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition, corrected, (same imprint) 8vo. 1792. £ 

A Short Sketch of the Evidence for the Abolition of the Slave 

Trade, delivered before a Committee of the House of Commons. 
To which is added, a Recommendation of the subject to the } 
serious attention of People in general. [By William Bell 
Crafton, of Sheffield.] 12mo. London : Printed in the Year, 1792. 1 

— || An Epistle to Will. Wilberforce, Esq., written during the dis- 
turbances in the West- Indies, (in verse.) London : Printed 
and sold by Darton and Harvey, 55, Gracechurch Street. 12mo. 1792. 1£ 

6 

Remarks on Collections. [By Henry Ttjke.] 

Large 4to. No Printer's name, or place. [12th of 1st mo. 1793.] £ 

To the Society of the People called Quakers. Signed, " Pacifi- 

cus." May, 13th, 1793. Folio. No Printer's name, or place. [1793.] 1 
Supposed by John Paine, of Nevil Grange, Yorkshire. 

— 1| Some Advice to Governesses and Teachers ; written by the 
Author of " The Evidence of the Existence of God ; supposed 
to be translated by Bishop Barclay. London : Printed by 
Darton and Harvey, No. 55, Gracechurch-Street, 12mo. 1793. ^ 

1| Some advice to Teachers, particularly recommended to the 

attentive perusal of Governors and Governesses of Boarding 
Schools. Dublin : Printed by Robert Napper, for R. M. 
Jackson, Meath-street. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1794. J 

Wisdom, a Poem. Wisdom giveth Life. London : Printed 

by Darton and Harvey, No. 55, Gracechurch Street. 12mo. 1794. 1. 
Reprinted, — See Edward Wilkinson, of Bow. 

Leisure Hours : or entertaining dialogues : between persons 

eminent for virtue and magnanimity, &c. By Priscilla * * * * 
(Wakefield) London : Printed and sold by Darton and 
Harvey, No. 55, Gracechurch Street. ... ... 18mo. 1794. 

On Drunkenness and Profane Swearing. By a Real well-wisher 

to Mankind Folio, [about 1794.] J 



76 A CATALOGUE OF AN'J 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1795-97. 

A Practical Syntax, in English and French, with Dialogues, &c. 

intended chiefly for the use of the Society called Quakers. 
London : Printed for the Author, and sold by Dartoii and 

Harvey, No. 55, Gracechurch Street. ... 12mo. 1795. 6£ 

■ An address to the Inhabitants of the City of York ; with some 

remarks on the late illumination, and the excesses attending 
it. By a Lover of Peace and order. [Esther Tuke.] 

Sold by the Booksellers in York. 12mo. [about 1794.] £ 

Another edition. (See Esther Tuke.] ... 12mo. No date. \ 

An Epistle to two young Female Friends, one a relation, the other 

a Servant to Daniel Burns and Wife, of Lewes, in Sussex, both 
ministering Friends, and instrumental in the Lord's hand in 
aivakening me to a sense of my duty, (begins " Dear Friends, 
Mary and Polly," — and signed R.S. [Richard Scantlebury, 
of Redruth.] ... 8vo. No Printer 's name, place, or date. J 

A Second Address to the Right-Reverend the Prelates of Eng- 
land and Wales, on the subject of the Slave-Trade. [By 
George Harrison, of Wandsworth.] London: Printed and 
sold by J. Johnson, St. Paid's Church-yard. ... 8vo. 1795. If 
The First address was published 4n 1792. 
|| War a system of Madness and irreligion. To which is sub- 
joined, by way of a conclusion, the Dawn of Universal Peace. 
Wrote on the late Fast Day, March, 10th, 1 796. By Humanitas. 

870. Printed in the Year, 1796. 4 
N.B. — There is added at the end of this piece, '•Anna's Complaint; 
or, the Miseries of AVar. Written in the Isle of Thanet, 1794, By 
Mrs. Moody"' (not a Fiiend.) 2 pages, (in verse.) 
On the Title page of the copy from which this is taken is written, 
•'Presented by the Author to the Editor of The Philanthropist with 
best wishes that his efforts to put an end to the Horrid and barbarous 
Custom of War, may be crowned with the most complete success." 

Brief remarks, Caution, &c. to the Inhabitants of this highly- 
favoured Nation Old England, &c. 

8vo. London: Printed for the Author, 1796. 1£ 
See Samuel Day. 

Hints respecting Wills and Testaments. [By John- C. 

Lettsom, M. D.] London : Printed by James Phillips, 
George-yard, Lombard Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1796. \ 

A Looking-Geass for the Clergy ; or some Traits of the False 

Prophets, particularly maintenance by force : in reply to a 
pamphlet lately published by George Maekham, Vicar of 
Carleton ; entitled, " Truth for the Seekers " 

" Ye shall know them by their fruits." — Matthew, Chap.vii, ver.16. 
London: Sold by C. Law, Ave Maria Lane; and may be 

had of Wilson, Spence and Maicman, in York. 8vo. No date. 2f 
This is signed at the end, " A.L.M.," and dated 12th month, 1797, the 
Author was Thomas Scantlebury, of Sheffield. 






V n friends' books. 77 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1797-1800. 

Reprinted,— the 2nd edition, with additions. ... 8vo. No date. 4f- 

The Insufficiency of the Light of nature : exemplified in the 

vices and depravity of the heathen world. Including some 

strictures on Paine' s " Age of Reason." [By John Helton.] 

London : Printed for John and Arthur Arch, No. 23, 

Gracechurch Street, and John Wright, Piccadilly. 8vo. 1797 5| 

Hints addressed to Card Parties, (By Dr. Lettsom.) 

London: Printed for C. Dilly. 8vo. 1798. 1 

A New and seasonable address to the Disciplinarians of the 

People called Quakers, relative to Tithes and Taxes. By 
Catholicus. [William Mai thews, of Bath.] 12mo. 1798. 

Reprinted,— The 2nd edition. ... 8vo. Printed in 1798. 2£ 

A Brief reply to Catholicus's " Seasonable Address to Discipli- 
narians." By Chrvptonimus. [Joseph Gurxey Beyan.] 

12mo. 1798. 1 

The Rights of Protestants asserted and Clerical incroachments 

detected, in reply to G. Markham's "More Truth for the 

Seekers." 8vo. 1798. 3 

Supposed hy Thomas Scantlebury, of Sheffield. 

A Serious Meditation, or a Christian's duty briefly set forth. 

[By Sarah Grtjbb, formerly Tuke.] 4to. \ 

Reprinted,— See Sarah Grtjbb. 

Reflections on Religious Persecution. [By Dr. Lettsom.] 

London: Pi inted for Darton and Harvey, 55, Gracechurch 

Street. ... 8vo. 1799. f 

The History of the People called Quakers. Abridged from the 

Writings of John Gough, William Sewell, &c. In 2 vols. 
London : Printed and sold hy Darton and Harvey, No. 55, 

Gracechurch Street. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1799. 

N.B. — Supposed by Thomas Bradley, Physician (not of the Society.) 

The Economy of an Institution, established in Spitalfields, 

London, for the purpose of supplying the poor with a gpod 
meat soup, at one penny per quart. Principally extracted 
from the Papers of the Society, and published with a view to 
the Establishment of similar institutions, in Towns, villages, 
and populous neighbourhoods. London : Printed by W. Phillips, 

George Yard, Lombard-street. 8vo. 1799. 1 

Query, by William Phillips ? who, with William Allen, was one of 
the Founders of the Soup Society. 

'* Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain, kc. 

[By Martha Brewster, of Bury St. Edmunds.] 

4to. about 1799-1800. £ 

Copy of a Letter from a Young man, a Quaker, in Pensylvania, 

to the late William Cowper, the Poet. [By Joseph Bring- 
hurst, Jtjn r ] Chester; Printed at the Office of Broster and 
Son, in the Exchange. 12mo. 1800. £ 



78 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1801-02. 

A Serious expostulation with zealous Professors of the Christian 

Religion, on the subject of public rejoicings. [By Thomas 
Scantlebttry, of Sheffield.] Sheffield: Printed and sold by 
Slater, Bacon, and Co., No. 9, Snighill ; also by J. Matthews, 
Bookseller, in the Strand, London. ... ... l2mo. 1801. 5 

6 

|| Thoughts on the Duty of Mercy and Sin of cruelty to the 

Brute Creation. London : Sold by Rivington's, St. Paul's 
Church-yard ; Hatchard, Piccadilly ; and Darton and Harvey, 
Gracechurch Street : also by Hazard, Bath ; Rusher, Reading ; 
and Norton, Henley. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1801. 1£ 

Remarks on John Hancock's Pamphlet, entitled, " Reasons for 

withdrawing from Society with the People called Quakers." 
Belfast : Printed by Doherty and Simms, No. 8, High Street. 

12mo. 1801. \l 
Supposed by John Christie, of Lisburn, Ireland. 

An Account of the State Prison or Penitentiary House, in the 

City of New- York. By one of the Inspectors of the Prison. 
[Query by John Murray, Jtjn h - or Thomas Eddy ?] 

New- York: Printed by Isaac Collins and Son. ... 8vo. 1801. 
Contains 2 plans of the " Elevation of the New-York State Prison." 

A Vindication of some Truths contained in the Scriptures, by the 

exercise of Reason only. [By Joseph Lancaster.] 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by Darton and 

Harvey, Gracechurch-street. ... ... 12mo. 1801. I 

A Serious address to the Yearly Meeting of Friends in London, 

1801. Signed " Theophilus." [William Matthews, of 

Bath.] ... ... 8vo. No Printer's name, or place. (1801.) \ 

An Appeal to the Society of Friends, on the Primitive simplicity 

of their Christian Principles and Church Discipline; and on 
some recent proceedings in the said Society. (In 3 parts.) 
London : Printed at the Philanthropic Reform, St. George's 
Fields, by J. Richardson, No A, Lambeth Road, Southwark ; 
and sold by J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-yard. 8vo. 1801. 15f 
See Thomas Poster, of Bromley, Middlesex. 

Serious advice to the young Women of Sussex, or others who 

may read these lines. [By Samuel West, of Horsham.] 

Horsham: Printed by J, Phillips. 8vo. (about 1802.) | 

An English Harmony of the Four Evangelists, generally disposed 

after the manner of the Greek of William Newcome, Arch- 
bishop of Armagh ; with a Map of Palestine, divided according 
to the twelve Tribes, explanatory Notes, and Indexes. [By 
Richard Phillips, and Thomas Thompson.] 

London : Printed and sold by W. Phillips, George Yard, 

Lombard Street. ., 8vo. 1802. 30 J 

Reprinted,— See Richard Phillips. 



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^NO FRIENDS' BOOKS. 79 

1NON YMOUS,— continued. 1 802-04. 

An Examination of the first part of a pamphlet, called, " An 

Appeal to the Society of Friends." By Vindex. [Joseph 
Gurnet Bevan.] London : Printed and sold by W. Phillips, 
George-Yard, Lombard Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1802. 3 

Some Tracts relating to the Controversy between Hannah 

Barnard and the Society of Friends, wherein the Primitive 
Christian Principles of the said Society are presented to the 
Public. By Christicola. [John Beyans, Jtjn ? ] 

London : Printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, Grace- 

church-street 8vo. 1802. 3 J 

A Letter to Joseph Gurney Bevan ; containing observations on 

the Ministry and Discipline of the People called Quakers. 
[By George Brown, of Shields.] London : Printed and sold 
by W. Glendinning, No. 25, Hatton Garden. ... 8vo. 1804. 3 

Reprinted, — the 2nd edition. London: Printed for Vernor 
and Hood, No. 31, Poultry. By T.Gillett,Salisbury Square. 8vo. 1804. 2 

Poems on Religious subjects ; selected from the Works of Young, 

Cowper, Addison, and other Authors, equally valuable for the 
pious sentiments they contain. [By John Kendall, of Col- 
chester.] London : Printed by W. Phillips, George Yard, 
Lombard Street 12mo. 1803. 1 

A Narrative of Events, that have lately taken place in Ireland 

among the Society called Quakers : with corresponding docu- 
ments, and occasional observations. [By William Rathbone.] 
Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-yard, London; sold 
also by Gilbert a?id Hodges, Dublin, and Archer and Ward, 
Belfast 8vo. 1804. 18f 

A Brief account of the New- York Hospital. New- York : 

Printed by Isaac Collins and Son, No. 189, Pearl-Street. 8vo. 1804. 4j 
Query, by John Murray, Junr., or Thomas Eddy ? There is written in 
the copy from which this is taken, " John Murray, Jun, to Wm. Tuke." 

Considerations on the subject of defensive War : asserted to be 

consistent with Christianity, in the writings of the late John 
Fletcher, Vicar of Madeley, Shropshire, and Alexander Knox. 
[By Daniel Roberts, of Painswick.] 

Printed and sold by D. Walker, Printing -Office, Glocester; 
Sold also by Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-street, London. 

(Price Ninepence.J ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1804. J 

■ Reasons why the Society of Friends should not vote for Members 

of Parliament, &c. (Signed, "Philotesis.") 

London : Printed for the Author, by Darton and Harvey, 

55, Gracechurch Street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1804. •!. 

6 
By Daniel Roberts, of Painswick. 

Notices on the Slave Trade in reference to the present state of 

the British Isles. [By George Harrison.] ... 8vo. 1804. 1J 



80 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 804-OG. 

A Few Observations tending to expose the unfairness of some 

censures on the character of David Sands; in a Publication 
called " A Narrative of events that have lately taken place in 
Ireland, among the Society called Quakers." London : Printed 
by W. Darton, Jun., No. 40, Holburn-Hill. ... 8vo. 1804. 1 

An Address to the Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers, 

on their excommunicating such of their Members as marry those 

of other religious professions. ... .. 8vo. London, 1804. 3 \ 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition, — London : Printed by and for 
Thomas Clio Pickman, Upper Mary-le-bone street; John- 
son, St. Paul's Church -yard ; Symonds, Paternoster- Row ; 
Griffiths, Pall- Mall; and all Booksellers 8vo. 1804. 3£ 

• Outlines of a Plan of Education. [By Isaac Payne, of Epping.] 

12mo. 1805. 

■ Cursory remarks on G.G's (George Gregory's) Brief argument 

why the Quakers are bound in conscience to pay Tithes. [By 
Joseph Gurnet Bevan.] London : Printed and sold by Phillips 
and Far don, George-yard, Lombard Street. ... 8vo. 1805. \ 

« On Fashion. An Address to the Youth of the Society of Friends. 

12mo. London, 1805. £ 
Reprinted,- — See Frederick Smith. 

■ The Warning. Recommended to the serious attention of all 

Christians, and Lovers of their Country. [By Eliza Coltman, 
Spa, near Leicester.] London : Printed by Darton and Harvey, 
Gracechurch Street ; and sold by J. Combe, Leicester, and \V. 
Leicester^ Warrington. ... ... ... 12mo. (about 1806.) 

■ A Few notes on a Letter to the Archbishops and Bishops of 

the Church of England, and on a charge, recenjtly delivered by 
the Archdeacon of Sarum, relative to Joseph Lancaster's 
Plan for the education of the lower orders of the Community. 
By Ecclettjs. [Luke Howard.] Londo?i: Printed and sold 
by Phillips and Pardon , George Yard, Lombard Street. 8vo. 1806. 3£ 
This Pamphlet does not contain a discussion of the Plan of education, 

but is only a vindication of the character of Friends, frdm a number 

of charges brought against the Society. 

■ Some remarks on a Letter lately published and addressed to 

the Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of England, on 
Joseph Lancaster's Plan for the education of the lower 
order of the Community, in which Quakerism is described as 
a disgusting Amalgama of antichristian Heresies and Blas- 
phemies. [By George Harrison.] 

London: Printed for J. and A. Arch, Cornhill. 8vo. 1806. 2£ 

— On the term Reverend, (in reply to Urbanitas, p. 482, in the 
Theological and Biblical Magazine for November, 1806.) Signed 
" Honestus." [John Bevans, Jun e -] 

Printed by T Putt, Shacklewell. 8vo. No Date. } ; 









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FRIENDS' BOOKS. 8 



ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1806-07. 

Remarks on the Observations made on the Discipline of the 

Quakers by the JKoxttblrr gfcbiefocrs in their examination of 
William Rathbone's Narrative and Memoir. With a Postscript 
on the Critical Reviewer's notice of the Memoir. [By Samuel 
Tuke.] London: Printed and sold by Phillips and Pardon, 
George-yard, Lombard Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1806. lj 

The Day after the Election. (In verse.) [By Thomas Binns, 

of Liverpool.] Liverpool: Printed for William Robinson, by 

James Smith. 4to. 1806. £ 

On Dejection and poverty of spirit. (From Fenelon.) [By 

Frederick Smith ?] Croydon: Printed by T. Harding. 4to. 1806. £ 

Fenelon on Dejection or lowness of Spirits. 

Printed by James Smith, Liverpool. ... 12mo. No date, f 

A Letter to a Friend in London, on certain Improprieties of Ex- 
pression, used by some of &hc Sotwtp of jFttenfcs. [By Benjamin 
Perkins, of New York ?] 

London : Printed by Barton and Harvey, Gracechurch-sfreet. 

12mo. 1806. t 

6 

Remarks, occasioned by a Sermon on the Reasonableness of the 

Established Church of England ; preached at the Chapel called 
St. James's, Latchford, and published by Johnson Grant, 
M.A. Affectionately addressed to the Inhabitants of Warring- 
ton and its vicinity ; and principally to those who have, for a 
series of years, attended that chapel. [Signed, " Philanthropos." 
(John Forster, of Warrington.)] 

Liverpool: Printed by James Smith. 8vo. 1807. 5 

Early Christian Instruction, in the form of a^ Dialogue between 

a Mother and a Child. Written at the desire of the Society of 
Friends. London :■ Printed and sold by William Phillips, 
George-yard, Lombard- street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1807. 1 

This Essay was prepared by the Meeting for Sufferings at the desire 
of the Yearly Meeting; the following minnte, as well as the minutes 
of the Meeting for Sufferings respecting it, are inserted in Luke 
Howard's " Yorkshireman," Yol. 5, page 89, &c, and the Essay 
itself is also reprinted in that work. 

MINUTE OF THE YEARLY MEETING, 1806. 

" On the subject of the early instruction of youth in the principles and 
doctrines of the Christian Religion, this meeting apprehends that, as 
a first <;tep, a small work by way of question and answer, for the 
use of children at an early age, may be conducive of advantage 
both to parents and their offspring ; and requests the Meeting lor 
Sufferings to take the necessary care to prepare an Essay for the 
approbation of the Yearly Meeting." 

N.B. — About this period, a Committee of the Meeting for was 

appointed for correcting the mistaken opinions, and repelling the in- 
jurious aspersions of Friends and their Principles, which appeared 
frequently, chiefly in the Reviews and Magazines. 

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82 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1807-08. 

The following pieces (as well as some others under the Authors" names, 
see Josef a G. Bevan, William Dillwyn, §c.) were published or 
inserted in different periodical works. 

In " The Gentleman's Magazine," — "Some Remarks on it's review 
of Henry Tuke's Principles, &c." in which Review it is asserted, 
that the Religion of the Society is " pure Deism." (Signed, 
" Cryptonymus ") [Joseph G. Bevan ?] 1807. 

In " The Eclectic Review," A Vindication of the mode of religious 
instruction adopted at Ackworth School, which had been cen- 
sured in that work. 1807. 

In "The Monthly Magazine," A Reply to some observations on the 
practice of Friends in remaining covered in places of worship. 1807. 

In "The Monthly Repository of Theology and Literature," Answer 
to a Query respecting the conduct of the Society in the payment 
of certain Taxes. [Supposed by John Bevans, Jun»-] 1807. 

- - A Brief Apology for Quakerism, inscribed to the Edinburgh Reviewers. 
[By Luke Howard.] London : Printed for the Author, and sold 
by Barton § Harvey, Gracechurch-street ; Longman and Co., Pater- 
noster Row ; and J. Hatchard, Piccadilly 12mo. 180 

In some copies, the title is, "A Little Apology, #f." This publication 
was called for in the opinion of the Committee by a violent attack of 
the said Reviewers upon us, in their Review of Clarksorfs Portraiture 
of Quakerism. Yorkshireman, Vol. 5, page 95. 

In " The Monthly Repository," a Reply to some Observations on 
the Inward Light of the Quakers. [Supposed by John Bevans, 
Junk-] 1808. 

In " The Antijacobin Review, — a note correcting an assertion of the 
Editor— "that Quakers are not Christians." 1808. 

A Letter to the Editor of the British Critic, on occasion of some 
reflections upon the Society in that work. 1809. 

A Reply to Paper in "The Universal Magazine," entitled, " Hints 
as to "the real Character of George Fox." 1809. 

In addition to the above, the Committee prepared a Letter to Granville 
Sharp, in reply to a book of his in print but not published. This • 
Letter I believe has never been printed, but has been retained by the 
Society in Manuscript. 

A Tribute to the Memory of William Cowper, Author of the 

Task aud other poems, occasioned by the perusal of his Works, 
and the memoirs of his life, by Hayley. 

Ipswich : Printed and sold by J. Raw ; and sold by Longman, 

Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London. ... ... 4to. 1808. 4 

The same, another edition, with the author's initials, I. T. S. 

[John Talwin She-well.] ... ... ... 8vo. 1808. 2j 

Considerations on Public Worship, with hints for practical im- 
provement. By a Lover of Christian Liberty. [William 
Matthews.] 

Bristol: Printed at the Mirror-Office, by C. A. Holl ; and sold 

by the different booksellers in Town and Country. 8vo. 1808. \? 

Hints chiefly scriptural, respecting Regeneration. 

London : Printed and sold by W. Phillips, George-yard, 

Lombard Street. ... ' 8vo. 1808. 2j$ 

Reprinted, with the author's name, see Richaud Phillips. 



ANO FRIENDS' BOOKS. 83 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1808-10. 

Fruits of Christian Love ! A Letter to the Society of Friends, 

called Quakers, on the Religious instruction of their youth. 
By Amicus. [Query, Joseph Lancaster ?] 

London : Printed by C. Grant, 209, High Holbom, and sold 
by T. and R. Hughes, Ludgate-street. ... ... 8vo. 18; 

Thoughts on the importance of Religion. [By William Allen.] 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George Yard, 

Lombard Street. ... 12mo. 1808. g 

Reprinted frequently, see William Allen. 

|| A Short Catechism for the use of young children. 

Birmingham : Printed at T. Chapman's Office, Bull-street. 

Square 16mo. 1809. £ 

|| A Christmas-Box, for the advocates of Bull-Baiting, par- 
ticularly addressed to the Inhabitants of Uppingham. 
London : Printed by Barton and Harvey, No. 55, Gracechurck 

street. 16mo. 1809. £ 

An Appeal to the virtue and good sense of the Inhabitants of 

St.Martin-in-the-Fields, and the other parishes in Westminster ; 
together with the Parishes of St. Mary -le -bonne, St. Pancras, 
and St. George, Bloomsbury, on the subject of Prostitutes 
walking the streets. Published at the request of several of the 
Inhabitants of the Parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. 
[By Frederick Smith.] 

London: Printed by James Harrison, No. 6, Lancaster Court, 

Strand; Sold by J. Hatchard, Piccadilly. ... 8vo. 1809. H 

|| To the Society of " the Friends," in Great Britain. (Signed, 

11 A Member of the African Institution." 

Barlow 6f Child, Printers, Knoivles' Court, Little Carta- 
Lane. ... ... ... (about 1808 or 9) 12mo. No date. £ 

Supposed by Thomas Clarkson (Not a Member.) 

An Abstract from an English edition of the Meditations of 

Thomas A'Kempis, on the Life and Loving- Kindness of Jesus 
Christ. By T. S. [Thomas Shillitoe.J 

London: Printed for and sold by Darton and Harvey, No. 

55, Gracechurch Street. ... ... ... 18mo. No date. 4^ 

|| A Short but infallible direction to a True Knowledge of the 

Gospel and its benefits. Extracted from the Writings of a truly 
enlightened and Pious Author of the 18th Century. 

Bristol: Printed by Philip Rose. 12mo. 1810. I 

On Devotion. From an American Paper. London ; Printed 

by Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street. ... 12mo. 1810. £ 

On the Duty of a Wife. r By Frederick Smith.] 

London: Printed by J. Harrison, No. 6, Lancaster- Court, 
Strand ; and sold by Darton and Harvey, G ' racechurch- 
Street, and Hatchard, Piccadilly. (Price Fourpenee.) 

16mo. 1810. (or 13 pages) 2 
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ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1811-13. 

Familiar Letters, addressed to Children and young persons of 

the middle ranks. [By Eliza. Coltman, Spa, near Leicester.] 
Loudon : Printed for the Author, and sold by Darton, Harvey 
and Darton. Gracechurch street; J. Hatchard, Piccadilly ; 
and by T Combe, Leicester. ... ... 12mo. 1811. 5^ 

The Silent Pause, and other verses : addressed to the Girls at 

a Boarding- School for Friends' Children. Written on different 
occasions. [By William Alexander, of York.] 

York: Printed by C. Peacock, for W. Alexander. 8vo. 1811. 2 J 

Speeches delivered by several Indian Chiefs. Also, an Extract 

of a Letter from an Indian Chief. 

New-York : Printed by Samuel Wood. No. 357, Pearl Street. 

Reprinted at Ipswich, by J. Bush, Tavern-street. 12mo. 1812. 1 

An Address to the Poor. [By Charlotte Rees, afterwards 

Lloyd.] Bristol: Printed by T. Lane, Commercial Office, 

Redcliff-street. Small 12mo. 1811. 1 

Reprinted, — See Charlotte Rees. 
— — Prospectus of an Epitome of the History of the World. 

[By John Hoyland.] ... Folio. Sheffield, (about 1812.) | 

Metrical Effusions, or verses on various occasions. [By Bernard 

Barton.] 8vo. Woodbridge, 1812. 14| 

An Address to the inhabitants of Chichester, on the subject of 

the distribution of the scriptures. Signed, " A Citizen." 
[Ja:ues Hack, Jtjnr., Chichester] 

Mason, Printer. Chichester. Folio. 1812. \ 

Remarks on the Theatre and on the late Fire at Richmond, in 

Virginia. [By Axx, Wife of Wm. Alexander, of York ] 

8vo. York, 1812. 2 

Reprinted,— The 2nd edition, 12mo. York, 1814. 1 

Dangers of the Theatre. Extract from a printed account of the 

conflagration of Richmond Theatre in Virginia, which happened 
26th of December, 1811. 

Smith, Printer, Woodbridge. 16mo. No. date. £ 

First Lessons in English Grammar, with Questions and Exercises 

adapted to the Capacities of Children, from 6 to 12 years old. 

ByM.H. Chichester, 1812. 4th edition, revised and enlarged. 

London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 

ISmo. 1813. 2 
Reprinted.— See Maria Hack. 

The Powers of Britain, (a Poem.) Respectfully addressed to the 

Legislature and People of the United Kingdom. [By William 
Alexander.] York: Printed for the Author, and sold by 
William Alexander, York; 31. 31. and E. Webb, Bristol; 
Darton, Harvey and Co.; W. Phillips ; Longman, Hurst and 
Co.; and W. Darton, Jun. London. ... ... 8vo. 1813. 2 

Universal and Saving Grace, asserted and demonstrated, or, a 

Scriptural refutation of the Doctrines of absolute and uncon- 
ditional Predestination, in letters to the Proprietors of the 
Gospel Magazine, &c. [By Thomas Scantlebury.J Sheffield: 
Printed by C. $ W. Thompson, Albion Office, J*c. 12mo. 1813. U 



N friends' books. 85 

« 

■ONYMOUS,— continued. 1813-14. 

— A Guide to True Peace ; or, a method of attaining to Inward 

and Spiritual Prayer. Compiled chiefly from the Writings of 
Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray, Lady Guion, and Michael 
dc Molinos. [By William Backhouse, and James Janson.] 

Stockton : Printed by Christopher and J ennett. 24mo. 1813. 2 

Reprinted, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th editions, Sec. 

See William Backhousj:. 

— Christianity a system of Peace, In two Letters. 2nd edition. 

Stockport: Printed by J. Loinax; and sold by Darton, Ilar- 
vci/. and Co., GracecJmrch-strtet ; William Darton, Jun., 
Holboni Hill', and L.B. Seeley, Fleet Street, London. 8vo. 1813. 3 

The Preface only, and to this edition only, was written by a Friend, 
Joseph Crosfiell, of Hartshill, Warwickshire. 

— On Card Playing. [By Frederick Smith.] Printed by W. 

Phillips , George-yard, Lombard-street, London. 12mo. No date. JL 

— The same, another edition. 

G. Coohe, Printer, Dunsta?i's TIM, Tower Street. 12mo. No date, i 

12 

— Friendly Advice to Labouring People and others, who have small 

incomes, especially to those Persons who have Families of 
children, and to the Overseers of the Poor, £cc. 
[By Frederick Smith.] 
Chelsea : Printed by J. Tilling, Grosvennr roiv, fyc. 8vo. [about 1813.] 1 

— Friendly Advice to Labouring People. [By the same.] 

Folio. No Printer's name, place, or date. \ 

— Mentor and Amanda : or, a visit to Ackworth School. With 

descriptive notes. By a late Teacher. [William Singleton.] 
(in verse.) London : Printed for \V. Darton, Jun. 58, Holbom 
Hill. {Hodson, Printer, Nottingham.) 8vo. 1814. 1 j 

— The Christian Doctrine of the Holy Spirit exhibited from the 
scriptures : with introductory remarks. [By Jonathan Flounders.] 

Liverpool : Printed by James Smith, Tithebam Street; Sold 
by William Phillips, George Yard, Lombard-Street, and 
Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch street, London ; also by 
William Alexander, York. ... ... ... Svo. 1814. 4|- 

— Memoirs of Francis, commonly called St. Francis De Sales, titular 

Prince and Bishop of Geneva, Translated from the French. 
With a Preface and Notes by the Translator. [Robert Bar- 
nard, of Colebrook-dale.] 

Ironbridge: Printed by and for 1J illiam Smith. &cc. 12mo. 1814. 9^ 

— An Account of a Religious Society in Norway, called Saints : 

with a few letters written by some of them. Also, some inte- 
resting particulars relatmg to several Prisoners on Board a 



86 A CATALOGUE OF ANO 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1814-16. 

Danish Ship, who were convinced of the Principles of 

Friends, from the year 1812 to 1814. [By Frederick Smith.] 

London : Printed and sold by Darton, Harvey, and Darton, 

Gracechurch Street, $c 12mo. 1814. 1£ 

Reprinted at Philadelphia, see Frederick Smith. 
Contains Letters and Epistles of Peter Schivelland, Hans 
Neilson Houghe, Anna Halyors Daller. 

An Account of the Rise, Doctrines and Principles of the People, 

called Quakers. " Render unto all their due." 

Cork : Printed by John Bolster, Bookseller, No. 7, Patrick 

street 12mo. 1814. 1 

|| Statement respecting Adult Schools. 

Maidenhead : Printed at the Library, by G. W. Wetton. 8vo. 1814. If 

Article, " Quakers," — in, "The New Royal Encyclopaedia, &c. 

By George Selby Howard." Vol. 3. ... Large folio. No date. 
"This article was, for the most part, compiled by a Gentleman of 
the Profession described in it." — Note in the Work. 

Serious Thoughts on the Fall and Restoration of Man : with 

some remarks on %\t gtotfrmes of |jreksttuution and Original 
Sin. By Aquila. [Samuel Alexander.] 

Printed for the Author ; and sold by Longman, Hurst, 
Pees, Sf Co., London. ... ... ... 12mo. 1814. 

An Address to the Public, on the use of Ardent Spirits. [By 

James Mott, of New- York.] New - York : Printed and sold 

by Samuel Wood, No. 357, Pearl Street 12mo. 1814. 

A Brief History of Tithes, especially in relation to the English 

system. [By William Alexander, of York.] Printed by 

W. Alexander and Co. Castlegate, York. Foolscap, 8vo. No date. 

A Comprehensive view of the Nature of Faith, according to the 

several acceptations in which the term is used in sacred scripture. 
By a Cordial Well-wisher to the cause of universal Truth and 
Righteousness. [Priscilla Hannah Gurnet.] 

London : Printed by Ellerton and Henderson, Johnson 's 

Court, Fleet Street, fyc 8vo. 1816. 

Reprinted, 2nd edition, — York: Printed and Published by W. 
Alexander and Son, Castlegate, Sfc. ... ... 8vo. 1823. 

Early Piety, exemplified in some instructive accounts of the latter 

part of the lives, and happy deaths of pious children : affection- 
ately recommended to the serious perusal of such as are young 
in years. Gillingham : Printed by E. Neave ; and sold by M.M. 
and E. Webb, Bristol, and other Booksellers. ... 8vo. 181G. 

Contents, — AnnDuglass, — Rebecca Shewell, — Thomas Hains, — Sarah 
Camm, — Rebecca Toovey, — George Chalkley,— Joseph Harris, — 
Hannah Hill, — Mary Samm. — "William Fennel,— Elizabeth Furley, 
Sarah Scott, — Priscilla Cuthbert, — Mary Bewley,— and Susanna 
Whitrow. 

A Short exai: War is lawful for a Christian. 

1 2uio. No date. 



^NO friends' books. 87 

§K)NYMOUS,— cow*mM<?r/. 1816-17. 

A Wreath from the Wilderness : being a selection from the 

metrical arrangements of Accola Montis-Amceni. 

Ironhridge : Printed by William Smith, Sfc. 8vo. 1810. 10^ 

* Reprinted with the Author's name, Robert Barnard, of 
Colebrook-dale 8vo. 1817. 10§ 

A Definition of True Religion, by Authors of Different Religious 

Denominations. [Supposed Editor, George Jones.] 

Stockport : Printed at the office of J. Lomax, Great XJnderbank. 

rl2mo. 1816. 1 
Contents or Index,— Elizabeth Smith's Definition of Religion, — 
Job Scott's Description of true religion, — Judge Hale, on the 
direction and assistance of the Spirit of God, — Wm. Law, on the 
Spiritual life, — An Indian's Definition of Religion, given to 
Anthony Benezet,— Bishop Burnet's Sentiments on Religion, — 
Judge Hale, on true religion, — H.M. (Humphry Marshall) On the 
teaching of the Holy Spirit, — Extract from J. Newton, on Reli- 
gion, — Extract from the Journal of John Woolman, — Extract from 
Matthew Henry, on the excellence of Christ's Spiritual appear- 
ance, -Extracts from Wm. Perm's Writings. 

— Some account of the Prison at JJjnlabeljjIjia, chiefly extracted 
From a late American Publication. 

London : Printed by W. 8f S. Graves, 66, Cheapside ; and 
sold by William Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-street; 
and Darton 8f Harvey, Gracechurch street. ... 8vo. 1816. 1 

— A Few lines affectionately offered and addressed to every young 

person whom they may concern. [Written 6th month, 10th, 
1817, by John Barclay.] 
An edition, — Johnston Sf Barrett, Printers, 13, Mark Lane, 

London. ... ... ... 8vo. No date. \ 

— The Baptism of Christ, a Gospel ordinance ; being altogether 

inward and spiritual. Extracted from Job Scott and W. Dell's 
Treatises on Baptism. [By George Jones ?] 

"By one SjJirit are toe all baptized into one body." — 1 Cor. xii. 13. 
Stockport : Printed at the office of J. Lomax } Great Underbank. 

12mo. 1817. 1 

— Observations on the subject of War. By Pacificator. [Richard 

Dykes Alexander] ,. ... ... ... 8vo. 1817. f 

— Clemens & Setertjs, or considerations on the Policy and 

Reasonableness of Capital Punishments. Occasioned by a 
recent Execution. [By Isaac Clark, of Westinill, near 
Hitchin, afterwards of Colchester.] 

Hitchin : Printed by S. G. Shaiv, Printer and Bookbinder : 
may be had of Darton, Gracechurch Street, London : of 
the booksellers at Hitchin, Hertford, Bedford, Sfc. 8vo. 1817. 1 
Isaac Clark. 

is, " A Short account of the Prison 
at I hia." 



88 A CATALOGUE OF ANO 

ANONYMOUS, —continued. 1817-18. 

Exposition of one Principal cause of the National Distress, par- 
ticularly in Manufacturing districts ; with some suggestions for 
its removal. London : Printed for the Author ; and sold by 
Darton, Harvey, and Darton, Gracevhurch-street. 8vo. 1817. 2£ 

Commemorative verses, addressed to the Friends of Richard 

Leaver, of Mansfield, who suddenly expired in Greasley Bible 
Meeting, 9th month, ■ 23d, 1817, [By WilliamHowitt.] 

Mansfield: Printed by R. Collinson, Marketplace. 8vo. 1818. 1£ 

An Affectionate ^U^ess to such of the People called Friends, 

as reside in London and its vicinity. By a Lover of that Peo- 
ple. [John Barclay, when but about 20 years of age.] 
London : Printed by Richard Edwards, Crane Court, Fleet 

Street 12mo. 1818. 1 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition, (same imprint) ... 12mo. 1818. 1 

from the First edition,— 12mo. 1842. § 

„ London : E. Varty, 27, Camomile Street, 

Bishopsyate. ... ... 12mo. 1845. § 

■ Poems, by an Amateur. [Bernard Barton.] 

Elephant, 8vo. London, 1818. 10 

Hymns selected from various Authors, and chiefly intended for 

the instruction of young persons. 

London : Published by Darton. Harvey, and Darton, Grace- 
church- street; and to be had of all other Booksellers. 
Wilkin and Youngman, Norwich. ... ... 12mo. 1818. 11 

Reprinted, — many editions, see Priscilla Gurnet. 

Advice to Girls who are, or may be Employed in Shops. [Query, 

by Mary Hoare ?] London : Sold by Darton Sf Harvey, 
Gracechurch Street ; Hate hard Sf Son, Piccadilly ; and F. Warr, 
Red Lion-Passage, Holbom. ... ... ... 16mo. No date. L 

~ Instruction and Advice to Girls, intended to assist them in the 

performance of their several duties as Servants. [Query, by 
Mary Hoake ? ] London : Printed by William Phillips, 
George yard, Lombard street. ... ... ... 18mo. 1818. 2^ 

The Case of the neglected and deserted Negroes in the Island of 

Antigua. Printed by W. Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard street. 

Large 4to. No date. J 

An Elegy on the Death of Richard Reynolds, with other poems. 

[By Hannah Young, of Milverton.] 

London : Printed by BR. Iloivlett, 10, Frith street, Soho,for 

J. and A. Arch, Cornhill, Sfc. $c 8vo. 1818. 3 

For the Contents of this work, see Hannah Young. 

g^tt (Slegir, supposed to be written on a Field of Battle. [By 

John Hancock, M.D., of London.] London : Published by 

John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill > §c. ... ... 8vo. 1818. 2 J 



IN O 



friends' books. F9 



1NONYMOUS,— continued. 1819. 

j| On the nature and design of Christianity. 

Stockport: Printed by J. Lomax, Great-Underbank. 16mo. 1819. f- 

A Friendly Address. (On profane swearing.) 

/. Lomax, Printer, Stockport. 4to. No date. I 

Reprinted, — London : Printed by W. 8r S. Graves, Sherborne 

Lane ; and sold by E. Fry, 73, Hounds ditch. 12ino. No date. * 

Warrior and Pacificus ; or, Dialogues on War. By the Author 

of " Remarks on the Theatre, &;c." [Ann Alexander.] 

York: Printed for William Alexander, Sfc. 12mo. 1819. 2 

The Law of Mercy, a Poetical essay, on the Punishment of 

Death, with illustrative notes. [By John Hancock, M.D., 
of London.] London : Published by John and Arthur Arch, 
Cornhill. and sold by Hamilton, Paternoster -row ; and Darton 
and Co., Graccchurch-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1819. 5 

A Selection of Hymns, designed principally for the use of 

Prisoners. By the Author of " Facts, &c. respecting Climbing 
boys." [Ann Alexander, of York.] York : Printed for W. 
Alexander, sold aho by Darton, Harvey, and Co., Sfc. 18mo. 1819. 3£ 

Remarks on Dr. Adam Clarke's Discourse, on the JEnhirc, 

|nsiiiattoiT, anb «3 e ^3 n ' of the Holy Eucharist, commonly 
called the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. By Verax. 
[Sa^iuel Alexander.] Printed for the Author, and sold by 
J. Lomax, Stockport ; sold also by Baldwin, Craddock Sf Joy, 
Paternoster-row ; and Darton, Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch 
Street, London 12nio. 1819. 2J 

Christ the True Light, and only way to the Kingdom : extracted 

from a Paper written by George Fox, and printed about the 
year 1653 : addressed " To all that would know the way to the 
Kingdom." [Query, by John Barclay' or Edward Smith?] 

London: Printed by Thomas Cope, 4, Long Acre ; and sold 
by Darton, Harvey, and Darton. Gracechurch Street ; and 
L. Nisbet, Castle Street, Oxford Street. ... 12mo. 1819. 1 

Some observations on a subject of importance : recommended to 

the Consideration of those who have separated from the Society 
of Friends, and declined the attendance of Meetings for Wor- 
ship. [See J. Christie, of Lisburn, not then in Membership.] 

Dublin : Printed by Christopher Bentham, 50, Stephen Street. 

12mo. 1819. 1 
Posthumous. Edition, 12mo. 1820. 1 

Premonitory Extracts ; selected from various Authors of the 

Religious Society of Friends : with an Appendix, containing 
similar extracts from writers of the Church of England : and 
Notes. 'Not Published.) TBy Gawen Ball, M.D., Bristol.] 

8vo. [1819.] 28| 



90 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1820-21. 

The Remembrancer, for such as believe in the Truth as it is in 

Jesus. Designed as a Pocket Companion. By a Member of 
the Society of Friends. [Philip Thompson, of'Woodbridge.] 

The 2nd edition, with additions. 32mo. Woodbridge, 1820. 2 J 

Reprinted several times, see Philip Thompson. 

Scripture Lessons for Schools on the British system of Mutual 

Instruction. Adopted in Russia, by order of the Emperor, 
Alexander I. In 3 parts. [By William Allen.] 

London : Printed by J. B. G. Vogel, 7, Castle Street, Falcon 

Square. 8vo. 1820. 10£ 

Reprinted, The 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th editions. 
„ The 9th edition, entitled, — 

Scripture Lessons for Schools on the British System of mutual 

instruction. In Four parts. Ninth edition. 

London : Printed for the British and Foreign School Society, 
by Samuel Bagster, Jun., 14, Bartholomew-close ; and sold 
by John Pickton, at the Central School, Borough Road ; 
also by J. and A. Arch, Cornhill ; Harvey and Darton, 
Gracechurch- street ; J. Hatchard, Piccadilly: Longman 
and Co., Paternoster Row ; Nisbet, Berners Street ; and 
Davis, Sunday School Union Depot, Paternoster Row. 1 2mo. 1 832. 1 

N.B. — There are I believe large reprints of this work in the United 
States of America. The 4th part has been translated and printed in 
the Russian, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Modern Greek 
Languages. 

A New and Interesting view of Slavery. By Humanitas. (A. 

Friend in Baltimore.) 8vo. 1820. 4| 

An Examination of the Principles of Peace and War, as con- 
nected with Religion and MoraMty ; particularly in reference 
to the formation of Peace Societies. Philadelphia : Printed by 
Joseph Rakestraw, No. 256, North- Third- Street. 12mo. 1821. 4J 
The Author of this work seems to think that Peace Societies carried 

on in the Will of Man, have a tendency rather to increase than 

diminish War. 

Confessions of a Drunkard. [By Ltjke Howard.] 12mo. 1821. 47 pp. 

The same in " The Philanthropist," No. 9, page 48. 

An Address to Christians, particularly those who are united in 

circulating the Scriptures. By a Layman. [Joseph Jewell.] 

Oxford: Printed for the Author by T. Bell. 8vo. 1821. 5£ 

To the Poor, particularly those in the lowest circumstances, who 

sweep in the streets, or sit by the way-side begging and ask 
alms of the People as they pass along, or beg from house to 
house. [By Edward Smith, of London.] 

London: Printed by C. Baynes, Cook's Court, Carry street; 

d sold by E Fry, Houic ... Small 12mo. 1821. £ 



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FRIENDS BOOKS. 91 



LkONYMOUS,— continued. 1 821-22. 

The American practical Catechism, for the use of Schools, to 

which are annexed, easy and instructive lessons for young 
Readers, tending to inculcate sentiments of morality and virtue. 
. Compiled by the aid of persons of various denominations, who 
are interested in the education of Children. With an appendix 
for Parents and Teachers. [By Joseph Talcot or Talbot, of 
Scipio, New- York.] New- York : Printed and sold wholesale 
and retail by Mahlon Day, Ao. 372, Pearl-street, adjoining 
Friends' Meeting -House. ... ... ... Small 12mo. 1821. 1£ 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition (same imprint.) Small 12mo. 1821. \\ 

- A Compendium of Useful Information on the Works of Crea- 
tion & Providence, by way of Dialogue. Adapted to the 
use of Schools on the improved system, and of young children 
in general. [By Martha Fletcher, of York] 

Reprinted, — the 2nd edition, 

the 3rd „ 18mo. 1821. 

the 4th „ 18mo. York, 1825. If 

The three following small publications appear to be from some series 
of tracts, they are placed as near as possible in the order of time, 
being without date. 

Extracts from the Writings of the Society of Friends, commonly 
called Quakers. For the information of those who suspect 
them to be Unitarians. 12mo. No Printer's name, place or date, i, 

6 

For the information of those who suspect the People called 
Quakers of being Unitarians. (No. 12.) 

London : Printed at the Camberwell Press, hy J. B. G. Vogel, 

Sold by Edmund Fry, Houndsditch. ... 12mo. No date, h 

6 

This is the same as preceding, except with the omission of an extract 
from " Fuller's Catechism, 1733. " 

Reasons for not calling the Months, and Days of the Week, by 
their common names. (No. 22.) 

London : Printed at the Camberwell Press by J. B. G. 
Vogel, — sold by Harvey and Darton, 55, GracecJiurch 

Street; Edmund Fry, Houndsditch, London. 12mo. No date. I 

6 
A Vindication of the authenticity of the narratives contained in 
the Jirst &fop OX^npters of the Gospels of St. Matthew & St. 
Luke; being an investigation of objections urged by the 
Unitarian Editors of the improved version of the New Testa- 
ment : with an Appendix, containing strictures on the 
variations between the first and fourth editions of that work. 
By a Layman. '[John Bevans, Junr.] 

London : Printed for L\ C. Sf J. Rivington, 62, St. Paul's 
Churchyard, and Waterloo place, Pull Mall. By R. Clay, 
Devonshire-street, Bishopsgate : Sold also hy the Book- 
sell, ford, Cambridge, Sfc 8vo. 1822. 2G£ 



92 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1 822-23. 

A Word to the Sons of Africa. [By Luke Howard.] 

London : Printed and sold by W. Phillips, George Yard, 

Lombard Street. , ... 8vo. 1822. 1 

Translated into Arabic. 

Extracts on Baptism: wherein is set forth and recommended, the 

One Saving Baptism of Christ, 

Manchester: Printed by 1. Clarke, Exchange- street. 8vo. 1822. 1| 
N.B. — The above extracts are fromH. Tukb, K. Barclay, J. Phifps, 
T. story, Anonymous, printed 1736, and R. (Jlakhjok. 

Botanical Rambles, &c. See Sarah Atkins. ... 12mo. 1822. 9 

Some observations on the Gospel Ministry of Women. [By 

Jonathan Flounders, of Liverpool.] Liverpool ; Printed by 

J. Lang, Drury Lane, Water-street. ... Small 8vo. 1822. J 

Conversion to Jesus ; or, a striking instance of the influence of 

Divine Grace, on a mind that had deeply imbibed Doctrines of 
Infidelity ; related by a Physician. Extracted from the Annual 
Monitor for 1822. 

Printed by W . Alexander Sf So?i, Castlegate, York. 12mo. No date. £ 

Thoughts on Slavery, — begins, — " Customs which are generally 

approved," &c. (about 1822.) 12mo. No Printer' sname, place, or date. 1 
This was printed in Philadelphia, thought not stated so. 

j| Cursory remarks on the evil tendency of unrestrained Cruelty ; 

particularly on that practised in Smitheield Market. 
London: Printed for Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street. 8vo.l823. 1^- 

|| Cursory remarks on the Emancipation of Slaves. Liverpool : 

Printed for the Author, by J. Nevett Sf Co., Castle-street. 8vo. [1823.] If 

Address to Landlords of Taverns and Public Houses. (By J.W.) 

4to. 1823. 3 pages. 

Letters of Paul and Amicus, originally published in the Christian 

Repository, a Weekly Paper. Wilmington, Delaware; 8vo. 1823. 32 

Extract from a Review of this work. 
" Paul " is somewhat feeble on Baptism. But on every other point he 
defends. — And he goads on "Amicus" till he has confessed all the 
system of the Friends. It is the fullest disclosure which we have in 
the modern times of the Society ; it is a full length portrait of the 
genuine Quakerism of the Old School. And if the Society adheres 
to Fox, and Penn and Barclay ; if, in fact, the modern friends hold 
to the testimony of their ancient elders, they must acknowledge the 
doctrines of "Amicus," as thei) orthodox doctrines To blame these, 
would be to blame the inspirations of Fox and Penn ; to condemn 
these, would be to condemn all the Friends of the First " Convinccmcnt." 
See Browxlee's " Careful and Free inquiry into the Religious 
Principles of Friends," &c. Philadelphia, 1824. 

The Claims of the Clergy to Tithes and other Church- Revenues 

examined. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1823. 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition, — 

Wright Sf Bagnall, Printers, Bristol 8vo. 1830. 

Sentiments of Pious and eminent men, on the subject of Dra- 
matic Entertainments, and other vain amusements. Recom- 
menced to the serious consideration of all whom it may concern. 
[Query, by George Jon ks? being different from L.Muuray's.] 

Stockport: Printed by J. Dawson, Bridge-street. 12mo, No date. £■ 



A X O FRIENDS' BOOKS. 93 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1824. 

— A Recommendation to Inward Retirement, with the Lord's 
Prayer and Ten Commandments. (A Card.) [By Frederick 
Smith.] Printed by W. Alexander fy Son, York. 12mo. No date. 1 

A Thought for Children at Meals. (A Card.) 

Printed by W . Alexander Sf Son, York. 18mo. No date. 

Slavery in the West Indies. [Query, by James Cropper, or 

J. J. Gurnet ?] James Smith, Printer, Liverpool. 4to. No date. £ 

Some brief and serious reasons why the Society of Friends refuse 

to pay those Ecclesiastical demands called Easter dues and 

Church Rates. [By Thomas Richardson.] Sunderland, 8vo. 1824. £ 

Immediate not gradual abolition ; or, an inquiry into the shortest, 

safest, and most effectual means of getting rid of West-Indian 
Slavery. [By Elizabeth Heyrick, Leicester.] 

London : Sold by Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly : Seeley and 
Son, Fleet-street ; Simpkin and Marshall — Hamilton, 
Adams Sc Co. — J. Sf A. Arch, — W. Darton, — W. Phillips, 
— and Harvey and Darton. ... ... ... 8vo. 1824. 1£ 

Reprinted, — with an advertisement. 

London: Printed by R. Clay. 8vo. No date, lj 

An Appeal on the subject of the accumulation of wealth, 

addressed to the Society of Friends, usually called Quakers, 
individually and collectively. [By William Phillips.] 
London: Printed by J. Darling, 31, Leadenhall St.; and 
sold by Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch St.; Phillips, 
George Yard, Lombard St.; and Fry, Hound sditch. 8vo. 1824. 2k 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition, — (same imprint.) ... 8vo. 1824. 2^- 

1| Is the System of Slavery sanctioned or condemned by Scripture ? 

To which is subjoined an Appendix, containing two Essays upon 

the State of the Canaanite and Philistine Bondsmen, under the 

Jewish Theocracy. 

London: Printed for John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill. 8vo. 1824. 6| 

The Light of Truth in the mind of man the only Rule of Faith 

and Practice. With some observations upon the Formality and 
Idolatry of Religious Sects. Philadelphia : Atkinson and 
Alexander, Printers, 53, Market Street 12mo. 1824. 41 

12 
N.B.— About this period, from 1823 to 1828, many anonymous publications 
by Friends and others were issued from the Pi ess chiefly in America, 
relating to what is generally understood as "The Eicksite Contro- 
versy," for which see Elias Hicks. 

A Letter addressed to Joseph John Gurney, on the subject of his 

Publication, entitled, " Observations on the Pecidiarities of the 
Society of Friends, &c. &c." By a True Quaker. No. 1. 
[Supposed by William Singleton, of Sheffield.] 

Nottingham : Printed and sold by H. Wild, Houndsgate. 8vo. 1824. 1£ 



94 A CATALOGUE OF A NO 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1824-26. 

Collectitia : or, Pieces, gcligtou?, JBoral, tfc Pwrellatwrms, 

adapted to the Society of Friends. Vol. 1. (all published.) 

[Sec William Alexander.] 8vo. York, 1824. 30J 

An Appeal to the Society of Friends, on behalf of Missions. By 

a Member of the Society. 

London : Printed for J. Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly. 18mo. 1825. 1£ 
For a Review of this pamphlet, see Collectitia, page 300. 

|| Account of a Shooting Excursion (of Negroes) on the glottitfatns 

near $rjmtxllg iMat*, in the Parish of Trelawny, and Island of • 

Jamaica, in the Month of October, 1824, ! ! ! 

London: Printed by Harvey and Darton.Gracechurch-street. 8vo. 1825. f 

Sea-Side Thoughts. A Friendly Address to Sailors. London : 

Printed by Knight and Bag ster, 14, Bartholomew Close. 8vo. 1825. | 
Reprinted, — See Maria Fox, 

Advantages of a remunerating price for Labour. [By Elizabeth 

Hbybick.] 8vo. 1825. 

Nug.e Sacrje, or Psalms and Hymns, and Spiritual Songs. 

" Unto thee, O Lord, -will I sing." — Psalm ci. 1. 
London: J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly. 16mo. 1825. 3J 

By William Ball. 

1| The Hyacinth ; or, the effects of disobedience. A True narrative. 

By the Author of " Old Man of Congenies." 

London: Printed for Edmund Fry, 73, Houndsditch. 16ino. 1825. J 

Consideraciones sobre la importancia de la Religion. 

Londres : Impreso por Harvey y Darton. 12mo. 1825. \ 

The Spanish edition of Wm. Allen's "Thoughts on the importance of 

Religion." 

A Poem on the Pleasures and Advantages of gofanrtal ^ursuUs, 

with notes and other poems. By a Friend of Youth, addressed 
to her Pupils. [Sarah Hoare.] 

Bristol: Printed by Philip Rose, Broadmead. 12mo. No date. 6}. 

6 

A Letter from a Friend in America, to Luke Howard, of 

Tottenham, near London, in which the character of our late 
Friend, Job Scott, is vindicated and defended, and his 
Doctrines shewn to be consistent with Scripture and sound 
Reason, in reply to a Letter addressed by Luke Howard to 
the Author. ... ... 8vo. No Printer' s name, or place. 1826. 3j 

Printed in Philadelphia ? 

An Expose of some of the misrepresentations contained in a 

pamphlet, entitled, " A Letter from a Friend in America 

to Luke Howard. " ... ... 8vo. Philadelphia, 1826. 1 

A Collection of Prophecies from the Old Testament which testify 

of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, with parallel passages 
from the New Testament. Selected by a Mother for her only 
Child 12mo' 1826. 4| 



ANO FRIENDS 1 BOOKS, 95 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1826-27.' 

I Defence of a Sermon, entitled, " The Necessity of Philosophy to 

the Divine." [By John Clark.] 8vo. 1,826. 47 pages. 

j A Tribute to tijc filcmoig of William Grover, of Stanstead, 

in Essex, who died the 11th of 10th month, 1825. By A. F. 
G[ibson.] E. Heathcote, Letter-Press and Copper-plate Prin- 
ter, etc., Corn- Market, Warwick 8vo. 1826. \ 

— Letters from a Work-House Boy. With a short account of the 

Writer. By the Author of " Hints for the improvement of 
Early education, &c." [Louisa Hoare.] 

London: Printed for Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly, 

and L. B. Seeley, 169, Fleet Street. ... 18mo. 1826. 2§ 

Extracts from a small Treatise, first printed in 1652, entitled, — 

The Doctrine of Baptisms, by Win. Dell. 

Dublin : Printed by Bentham and Hardy, 3, Cecilia Street. ll2mo. 1826. \\' 

i || The Institution and observance of the Sabbath considered. 

London : Published by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, and 

S. Wilkin, Norwich. 12mo. 1826. 4£ 

Vert unsound. 

The Lock and Key. Passages of the Old Testament which testify 

of Jesus Christ, explained by others in the New Testament. 
[Query, by J. J. Gurney ?] Albion Press : Printed by John 
Wansbrouyh, 12, Redcliff Street, Bristol. ... 16mo. 1826. £ 

A Tribute to the memoiy of a Christian Woman, who resided at 

Wobum, Bucks, and died, and was buried there in the year 
1825. Written by a Stranger, who visited that place in the 
summer of 1826. Addressed and given to the Inhabitants of 
that place. 

London: Printed by W. Clowes, Stamford Street. 12mo. 1826. ^ 
Supposed by Joseph Jewell. 

The Contribution of a Member of the Society of Friends, to a 

fLaiJjfs Qlbum- [By Joseph John Gtjrney.] 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition, — 

London: Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch-street; Edmund 

Fry, Houndsd itch ; and S. Wilkin, Norwich. 12mo. 1827. £ 

The Shipwreck ; a Tale of Arabia : and other Poems. By 

A.E.P. [Ann Eaton Polglase, of Bristol.] 

London: Printed for Hamilton Sf Adams, Paternoster Roiv : 

and E. Fry, Houndsditch 1 2mo. 1827. 11 

Tender counsel comprised in a few words. [By William 

Grover.] a ... 8vo. 1827. £ 

— Anecdotes of Africans. (By a Lover of Africa.) 
"Fleecy locks and black complexion, 

Cannot forfeit nature's claim : 
Skins may differ, but affection 
Dwells in white and black the same." 
London : Printed for Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch-street. 

12mo. 1827. 4L / 

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96 A CATALOGUE OF ANO 

ANONYMOUS— continued. 1827-28. 

|| The Voice of Humanity, — ■ observations on cruelty to animals. 

8vo. 1827. 2 

The Crowning of the British living Poetesses. [By William- 
Ball.] London: Printed fur Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, 
and Green, Paternoster Row. ... ... Foolscap 8vo. 1827. 2 

The Sacred Preceptor, &c. See Abigail Hodgson, of 

Liverpool. ... ... ... ... 18mo. London, 1827. 7 

African School Tracts. See Hannah Kilham. ... 12mo. 1827. 

Specimens of African Languages, spoken in the Colony of Sien a 

Leone. Londo,, ; Printed for a Committee of the Society of 
Friends for promoting African Instruction, by P. White, 25, 
New Street, Bishopsyate 12mo. 1828. 3£ 

Address to the Public, on the Present state of the Question rela- 
tive to Negro-Slavery, in the British Colonies. [Query, by 
Wb. Alexander?] York: Printed by TV. Alexander and 
Son, Castleyate : Sold also by Harvey and Darton, TV. Phillips, 
E. Fry, and TV. Darton ; London : R. Peart, Birmingham ; 
D. F. Gardiner, Dublin 8vo. 1828. 1 

A Friendly address to Girls leaving school and entering into 

service. 

London: Sold by Darton Sf Harvey, Gracechurch Street; 
Hatchard Sf Son, Piccadilly ; and F. Warr, Red Lion 
passage, Holborn* ... ... ... 18mo. No Date. \ 

Directions to Girls employed as Kitchen servants. 

Directions to Girls to whom the care of children is intrusted. 

Advice to Girls w T ho are, or may be employed in Shops. 

An address to the Society of Friends, on the employment of 

means for disseminating christian knowledge among 2Uje pjcatften. 
By a Member of the Society. [Edward Ash.] 

London: Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch St , Sfc. 8vo. 1828. 1 

• Humanity ; or, the cause of the creatures advocated. A Poem, 

for young persons. By the Author of tk Nugrc Sacra?," Scc.&c. 
[William Ball ] London: Printed for Harvey and Darton, 
Gracechurch Street. ... ... ... Foolscap 8vo. 1828. 2 

The Awful uncertainty of a Death-Bed repentance, illustrated 

under the Character of Penitens ; and confirmed by two narra- 
tives of very striking facts. [Query, by Wm. Alexander? ] 

TV. Alexander and Co., York. 12mo. No date. £ 

Reasons for using East India Sugar. [By William Naisii, of 

Peckham.] 

London: Printed for the Peckham Ladus 1 African and Anti- 
Slavery Association, by Howlett and Brimmer, 10, Frith 

Street, Soho 12mo. 1828. f 

Reprinted. 

The Herald of Truth ; or, Friend of Religion, Literature, and 

Science. (In Nos. from 1 to 12 inclusive.) 8vo. Liverpool, 1828. 12 
Edited by Benjamin Wood, of Essex, See his name, 



A ;n friends' books. 97 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1828-29. 

Eeview of a pamphlet, entitled, " An Epistle and Testimony, 

from the Yearly Meeting of Friends, held in New York," 
&c, &c. Signed by Sam'l Parsons and Anne Mott. 

New York : Printed by Alexander Ming, Jr., 106, 

Beekman Street. 8vo. 1828. 1 

Remarks on the Religious Instruction of the Youth of the 

Society of Friends. [By Richakd Ball.] 

London: Harvey Sf Darton, Gracechurch Street. 8vo. 1828. 1^ 

Extracts from Debates in the House of Commons, containing 

strong and important expressions of sentiment on the present 
state of Colonial &Ubttv, [By William Nai3H, Peckham.] 

12mo. London, 1828. § 

The Slave Taker, &c. ; or, an Appeal to all who in any way 

promote the Traffic in the persons of their Fellow-creatures. 

[By William Naish, Peckham.] 12mo. London, 1828. £ 

Scripture Evidence of the sinfulness of Injustice and Oppression, 

respectfully submitted to professing Christians, in order to 
call forth their sympathy and exertions on behalf of the 
much-injured Africans. (Frontispiece.) [By William 
Naish ?] 

London: Printed for Harvey Sf Darton, 55, Gracechurch 

Street ' ... 12mo. 1828. 1£ 

1| The Little Dove ; a Story for Children, founded on fact. 

Translated from the Grerman. 

London: Printed for Harvey Sf Barton, Gracechurch Street. 

18mo. 1828. If 

Christian Faith and Benevolence exemplified in an Institution 

for poor children, at Locle, in Switzerland, wherein labour is 
combined with education. [By John and Maetha 
Yeaedley.] 

London: Printed for the Authors, Sfc. ... 12mo. 1829. l£ 

Observations on the Education of Children connected, but not 

in membership with the ^octrtt) of dfruntte ; addressed to 
the members of the Quarterly Meeting of York. 

York : Printed and sold by W. Alexander Sf Son, Castlegate, 
Sfc, Sfc. 8vo. 1829. i 

Remarks on an objection to the Peace Society ; in the Herald 

of Peace, vol. 7, part 1, new series, page 53. ... 8vo. 1829. J 

Hints for the formation of Infant Schools, with an account of 

the apparatus, and a selection of hymns and verses adapted 
to these schools. 

Lindfield : Printed by C. Greene, at the Schools of Industry, 
for Harvey Sf Darton, Gracechurch Street, London; 
sold also by William Darton and Edmund Fry, London ; 
and at the Liberty Infant School, Dublin ... 12mo. 1829. 2 

H 



98 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANOXYMOUS,— continued. 1829-30. 

On the Necessity of Freedom from Sin in this Life ; and the 

sufficiency of Divine Grace for enabling man to attain to this 
happy state. [By Joseph Stobks Fry, Bristol.] 
London : Printed for Edmund Fry, 73, Houndsditch. 

12mo. 1829. 1^ 
Reprinted. — See Joseph S. Fry. 

An Address to the Society of Friends. Bv a Member. 

Dublin: ... 8vo. 1829. lj 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd Edition. 

„ The 3rd Edition. — Printed (with permis- 
sion) by Wright fy Pay nail, Pridge Street, 
Pristol, and sold by Edmund Fry, Houndsditch, 
London r .. 18mo. 1830. 1 

The Propriety of introducing the Fundamental Doctrines of 

Christianity in the Religious Instruction of Children. 

Folio. 1829. 4 pages. 
The same, in The Annual Monitor, page 109, No. 17, for 1829. 

Hints on Scriptural Instruction ; designed to promote the 

voluntary study of the Holy Scriptures, in schools and private 
families : with questions on the scriptural proofs of the 
principal Doctrines of Christianity, as held by the Society of 
Friends ; and a Historical Appendix (and a Map of Palestine). 
Pristol : Wright <§' Pagnall, Pridge Street ; J. fy A. Arch, 
Survey § Darton, London : W. Alexander Sf Son, York : 

D. F. Gardiner, Dublin 8vo. 1829. 6§ 

This work is intended as a Manual exemplifying the system of 
Religious Instruction adopted at Ackwurth School, and since its 
publication has met with the approbation of Friends who are well 
known to be most practically acquainted with the subject. 
The distinguishing features of this mode of Religious Instruction are, 
the voluntary interest which Young Persons show therein, — its 
systematic adoption of Sci'iptuie Authority only, — and its complete 
adaptation to the earliest as well as most advanced stages of this 
branch of instruction. It will be found that there is no Christian 
doctrine whatever to which the principles of the plan may not be 
applied at pleasure to any extent ; though in this little work the 
correspondence of the testimonies of the Old and New Testament, 
respecting the Divine Character and Offices of our Saviour, has been 
most prominently elucidated. 
THE APPENDIX CONTAINS :— I. A Table of the Books and 
Authors of the Old and New Testaments, with Dates, &c. 
II. Historical Table of the principal Individuals mentioned in 
Scripture, with references to assist in reading the history of the 
kings of Judah and Israel, and, III. An Outline of Jewish History 
from the Captivity to the Destruction of the Temple by Titus. — 
From a Pwsptctus. 

State of the Church. (From The Poston Recorder, an American 

periodical.) 

Lindfield printed 12mo. No date, £ 



ANO FK1ENDS ; BOOKS. 99 

ANONYMOUS— continued. 1830-32. 

Observations from an American publication, The Friend, by 

A, Z. ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. No date. 12 pages. 

Important Advice ; or, an extract from a Letter (a Card). 

W. Alexander Sf Co., Printers, Castlegate, York. 16 mo. No date, yg- 

The Trinitarian Investigator : or an examination into the 

origin, amongst Christians, and Scripture proofs, of the 
Doctrine of the Trinity, &c. 

Printed by J. Butter worth, Sigh-street, Birmingham. 8vo. [1830.] ± 

This pamphlet is addressed to John Wilkinson, Joslak Forstee, 
Joseph John Gurxey. and William Allen. The author signs 
himself "An Unlearned Layman ;" and, in an Address to Friends, 
written shortly after, signs himself, " Joseph Shipton, A Seceder 
from your Society for Conscience' sake." His views appear Unitarian. 

The Negro Slave. & Cale. Addressed to the Women of Great 

Britain. [By William Naish ?] 

London : Printed/or Harvey § Barton, Gracechurch-street. 

12mo. 1830. 3J 

The Practicability, Safety, and Advantages of Negro Emancipation. 

[By Eichard Ball.] 

Printed by Wright and Bagnall, Bridge-street, Bristol. 

8vo. 1830. 1 

Kindness to Dumb Animals. 

J. Bead, Cor nhill, Ipswich. ... ... ... 8vo. No date. \ 

Evils of excess in Drinking. ... ... 12mo. 1830. 23 pages. 

On Eeligious Persecution. [By William Allen.] 

W. Bade, Printer, Schools of Industry, Lindfield. 12mo. No date. \ 

A Scrap for the New Year ; or the cause of Rational StStreSS 

briefly considered. [By William Alexander.] 8vo. York, 1830. \\ 

— — Tit for Tat. Original Poems for Juvenile minds. By Q. in 

the Corner. [John Harris, of Wapping.] 8vo. London, 1830. 2£ 
Eeprinted. — See John Harris. 
Poor Match-Seller of Croydon 12mo. No date. 8 pages. 

• Letter to Ministers and Elders on the manner of delivery when 

preaching ... ... ... ... 4to. No date. 2 pages. 

■ Lines on leaving Eriends' School ... Eolio. No date. 1 page. 

■ || The awful consequences of delay, related in " The Confessions 

of an aged man." 

Bristol : Bavey and Muskeit, Broad-street. London : 
Harvey and Barton, Gracechurch-street, and E. Fry, 
Houndsditch ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1831. ^ 

The Negro's Eriend ; consisting of Anecdotes, designed to 

exemplify the moral, intellectual, and religious attainments 
of the African Eace, and the cruelties and oppressions to 

H 2 



100 A CATALOGUE OP A N 

ANONYMOUS— continued. 1832. 

which they have been subjected by Europeans. 2nd Edition. 
In numbers from No. 1 to 26. 

Sold at the Depository in GracecJiurch-street ; and by 

Harvey and Darton, etc. ... ... 12mo. [about 1832.] 

N.B. — For the title of each tract of this series, see William Naish ; 
he also issued about this time a number of small anonymous 
publications, chiefly relating to Slavery, which are entered under 
his name only. 

Select Texts on Christian Doctrine and Practice, suitable to be 

committed to memory. 

Printed by J. Fox and Son, Pontefract ; and sold by 

Edmund Fry, London. ... ... ... 16mo. No date. £ 

|| The First Grand Musical Festival in Dublin, 1831. Addressed 

to those who attend it. (From a late Pious Author.) 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. J 

An affectionate address to the Society of Friends, (commonly 

called Quakers :) and to all Professors of the Truth, as it is 
in Christ Jesus our Lord. 

Lindfield : Printed by O. Greene, at the Schools of Industry. 
Sold by Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch-street, London. 

12mo. 1832. A 
*** On the back of the Title-page is the advertisement, as follows 

(supposed by Wm. Allen), viz. : — 
"The following letter and address were received by a Minister of the 
Society of Friends, who, although he has no knowledge of the 
author, thinks it right to give them publicity, and hopes that the 
excellent counsel contained in them will be received by his young 
friends in the same spirit as that in which it appears to have been 
written." 

" Near London, 1st of 1st month, 1831." 

References to select Scripture passages. Suitable to be com- 
mitted to memory. Compiled for the use of Ackworth 
School. [By Edwin Laundy.] 

Charles Elcock, Printer, Market Place, Pontefract. 12mo. 1832. It* 

Reprinted with the compiler's name. — See Edwin Laundt. 

Family Worship. [By William Alexander ] 

TV. Alexander and Co., Printers, Castlegate, York. 12mo. No date. \ 

|| A Brief Exposition of the origin, design, and fulfilment of the 

Jewish Sabbath ; and remarks on the Christian Sabbath. 
Abridged from the writings of Dr. Peter Heylin, John 
Calvin, Archdeacon Paley, Dr. AVhately, Wm. Penn, and 
others. 

" Worship was not made for time, but time for worship ; nor is there 
any day holy of itself, though holy things may be performed upon 
a day." — Penn. 
London : Whitaker, Treacher, and Amot ; and Thomas 

Hodgson, Liverpool 18mo. 1832. 3£ 



X X FRIENDS' BOOKS. 101 

\NONYMOUS,— continued. 1833-34. 

|| Contents of the Holy Scriptures taken entirely from the Text. 

Intended as an incitement to young persons to the study of 
the sacred volume ; which leadeth unto living Fountains of 
Waters. 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition, enlarged, — London: J. 
Hatch.ard and Son ; J. and A. Arch ; Harvey and 
Darton ; Edmund Fry ; and John Harris. 8vo. 1833. 10J 

(Epistle). To Friends of Bristol Monthly Meeting. [By 

Sabah Allen.] ... ... ... Folio. 1833. 1 

An Address to Parents on the Necessity of Educating their 

Children. Dated "Bristol, August, 1834." [By Gawen 
Ball, M.D.] 

J. Chilcott, Printer, Bristol ... ... 12mo. [1834.] £ 

A Looking Glass ; or, a Few Queries and Observations on the 

Knowledge of Christ that is saving ; to ascertain whether 
we have the true faith or not. Gleaned from the writings 
of Pennington, Fox, Baeclat, Jaeeeay, and Shewen, as a 
testimony to the truth. 

Plymouth : Printed and sold by J. H. Williams, Old Town. 
Sold also by E. Fry, Houndsditch, Bishopsgate Street, 
London ; and P. Nicholson, Tract Depository, Bedford 
Street, Plymouth 12mo. 1834. 1J 

N.B. — This tract is addressed " To the ministers of the various 
religious denominations,'' and signed " T." 

An Affectionate Address to the Society of Friends in Great 

Britain and Ireland. By a Member. [Query, by Joseph 
Sparkes, of Exeter ?] 

London : Published by Darton and Harvey, 55, Grace- 
church Street 8vo. 1834. | 

rAn Appeal to Scripture on the Doctrine of Justification, and 
on the Duty of Studying the Bible. By a Member of the 
Society of Friends. (Written 12th month 13th, 1834.) 
London : Hamilton, Adams and Co., and Edmund Fry, 

Sd. 12mo. No date, § 

Eeprinted. — 2nd edition. — Liverpool: David Marples 
and Company. London : Darton and Harvey. 

12 mo. No date. l£ 

- Passages of the Old Testament, which testify of Jesus Christ, 
explained by others in the New Testament. 
F. Fagg, Printer, 21, Wind Street, Swansea. 

Large folio. No date. £ 

N.B. — This year, 1835, was published " A Beacon to the Society of 
Friends," by Isaac Crewdson, which occasioned a Controversy in 
the Society, and a number of publications were issued, many 
anonymously, for which see " Beacon Controversy." 



102 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1835-36. 

The Diary of a Solitaire ; or Sketch of a Pedestrian Excursion 

through part of Switzerland. With a Prefatory Address, and 
Notes, personal and general. [By Edwin Bickman.] 
London: Smith, Elder Sf Co., Corn hill ; and H. Sotheran, 

York 8vo. 1835. 11± 

The Three Death- cries of a Perishing Church. From " The 

Nottingham Review" with additions and corrections. \_By 
William Howitt.] 

Nottingham : Printed by Richard Sutton, Bridlesmith Gate. 

12mo. 1835. If? 

The Light of Christ Exalted ; or, the more excellent way briefly 

set forth, &c. By J. S. [Joseph Sutton, of Manchester.] 

12mo. London. 1835. 31 

On Gospel Ministry, and the right qualification to judge of it. 

'Extracted from an American periodical publication, called 
the Friend. 

Lindfield : Printed at the Schools of Industry, §c. 8vo. 1835. £ 

No Title, begins, " The Doctrine of Universal Redemption by 

Christ, &c, was urged by Eobert Barclay, &c. — (dated 5th 
month, 22nd, 1835), — and signed L. H. [Luke Howaed ?] 

Large 4to. JVo Printer's name or place. 1835. -J 

The Christian Eeligion, in a small Compass. [By John 

Bailey, of Uxbridge.] 12mo. 1835. \ 

The Cause of the Heavy Burdens of Great Britain, &c. [By 

John Allen.] 12mo. London. 1836. 1 

Eeprinted. — 2nd edition, revised. 12mo. London. 1843. ^ 

The Character of the True Gospel Ministry, and the Liberty 

of the Children of God, &c. By J. S. [Joseph Sutton.] 

12mo. London. 1836. 1£ 

Observations on the Quaker- Peculiarities of Dress and Lan- 
guage. 

London: Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange ... 8vo. 1836. 2 

|| Selections from the New Testament relating to Baptism. 

London : Compton and Ritchie, Middle Street, Cloth Fair ; 
and sold by Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopsgate Street 

Without ' 8vo. No date. 1£ 

Extracts from the Spirit of Prayer of William Law, exhibiting 

the Necessity of an internal Principle of Life and Salvation, 
the Universality of the means of Grace, and the true nature 
of Christian Kedemption. [Edited by William Bennett.] 
London: Printed jor the Editor, and sold by Darton and 

Harvey, Gracechurch Street ... ... Eoolscap 8vo. 1836. 5| 

|| Christmas Customs and Christian Morality. 

York : Printed for the York Temperance Society, by 

William Alexander and Co. ... ... ... 12mo. 1836. h 



ANO FRIEXDS' BOOKS. 10°, 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1S36-39. 

Another Edition. 

York : Published by B. Hogarth, New Bridge Street. 12mo. 1836. £ 

A Word to the Wealthy. (In verse.) 

John Lewis Linnet/, Printer, B'pon. ... ... 8vo. No date. J 

Plain Remarks on the proposed Marriage Bill. ... 8vo. No date, £ 

A Treatise on the "Worship of Almighty God, in Defence of 

the Principles of the Society of Friends, commonly called 
Quakers, by way of an address to the Eeligious World, but 
more particularly to the youth of that Society. By a Sincere 
Lover of those Principles. 

London: C. Hedgman, 12, London Wall 8vo. 1837. 2£ 

Quakerieties for 1S38, by an embryo "Harvest Man." 5th 

Month 25th, 1838. (In verse.) ['By Jeremiah Bigg.] 
London : Printed and published by W. Cousans, 4, David 

Street, York Place, Mary-le-bone 8vo. [1838.] f 

Brief Extracts from the Book of Rules of Discipline and 

Advices, in reference to the subject of the Eirst Query, and 
to that of the Fourth Query, &c. 

London: Fry and Son, Bishopsgate Street ... 12mo. 1838. 2f 

Eeprinted. The 2nd edition, with alterations and with 
the Author's name. [William Ball.] 

16mo. London. 1840. 2 

Hints for a Sick Chamber. [By Ann Alexander, Ipswich.] 

Ipswich printed, 12mo. 1838. J 

Salvation by Jesus Christ. [By James Backhouse.] 

Cape of Good Hope : Printed at the Government Gazette 

Office, No. I, Grave Street, Cape Town ... 12mo. 1838. 1 

See J. B. 

The Gospel according to John, from the authorised Version. 

With Notes (and Preface by William Allen.) 

18mo. Lindfield. 1838. 3§ 

1| Bints on Moral Reform : chiefly extracted from the Befuge 

Magazine. 

Bradford: Printed by Henry Wardman, Chapel Lane. 

12mo. 1838. 1 

Culled Flowers—" Consider the Lilies of the Field." (Preface 

by M. S.) 

Carlisle: Printed and published by Hudson Scott; Ball, 

Arnold Sf Co., London. ... ... Foolscap 8vo. 1839. 

%* This consists of a selection of pieces of poetry from various 
authors ; amongst them are Bernard Barton, James Montgomery, 
William Cowper, Felicia Hemans, Mary Howitt, and others too 
numerous to mention. 



104 A CATALOGUE OF ANO 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1839. 

A Letter to the members of the Yearly Meeting of the 

Society of Friends. [Printed for private circulation only.] 
[By John Faulder, Bristol.] 

Whereat^ Printer, Bristol... ... ... 12mo. No date. ^ 

A Copy of a Letter written by a member of the Society of 

Friends to a young man who was convinced of the Principles 
of Friends at the Quarterly Meeting held at Birmingham, in 
1812, and was in the regular practice of attending Friends' 
Meetings for "Worship. 

London: C. Hedgman, 12, London Wall. ... 12mo. 1839. £ 

Eeprinted. — London : C. Hedgman, Printer, 12, 
London Wall 12mo. 1864. £ 

%* This letter was written by John Read, of Birmingham, and 
addressed to Richard Child, by whom it was published. 

Reasons why Christian Women should exercise the G-ifts of 

the Holy Spirit, particularly in reference to the Ministry of 
the Gospel. [By Susanna Corder ?] 

Lindfield: Printed by W.Hade, at the Schools of Industry. 

12mo. 1839. \ 

Eeprinted by the London Tract Association. 12mo. 1840. 

Ditto again frequently. 

An Address to the Elders, Overseers, and other serious 

members of the Society of Friends. [By John Faulder.] 

4to. 1839. 3 pages. 

Quakerism Unmasked : comprising a Glance at J. Wilkinson's 

" Quakerism examined." By Amicus [William Alexander.] 
York : Printed and sold by William Alexander ; sold also 
by Harvey $ Barton, and U. My Sf Son, London. 8vo. 1839. 26 

Lays of Early Years, &c. (in verse). [By Jane Bragg.] 

London : Printed for the Author by Johnston § Barrett, 

Mark Lane. 24mo. 1839. 4£ 

- Individual Duty and the present state of the Church considered; 

with "Thoughts on Prayer, and on Forms of Prayer." 
Tract No. 1. 

Piper, Printer, Ipswich. ... ... ... 12mo. No date. £ 

What saith the Scripture ? an impartial examination into the 

nature and use of the Wine mentioned in Scripture, and a 
statement of the grounds on which Total Abstinence from 
intoxicating drinks should now be enforced. (From the 
Bristol Temperance Herald.) 

Bristol : Printed at John Wright's Steam P7'ess, Avon 

Street, Great Gardens 12mo. 1839. £ 

%* Written by Joseph Eaton. 



A N FRIENDS* BOOKS. 105 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1839 - 41 . 

. Church Kates. — To the conscientious members of the Establish- 
ment, and to Dissenters of all classes in the Town of 

Darlington. [By John Pease] 4to. 1839. £ 

|| Oaths analyzed, and their power to promote Truth and 

Faithfulness examined. In a Letter to a Friend. [By 
Laicus.] 

London : Simpkin, Marshall Sf Co. ; and James Nisbet Sf 

Co. Bath : Bums $ Goodwin. 12mo. 1810. 4£ 

A Letter to the Young Men of the Society of Friends. By 

One of Themselves. [Theodore Compton.] 

London : Published by Harvey Sf Darton, Gracechurch 

Street. 12mo. 1840. 2 

. On the Surrender of Friends' Eegisters. [By John Harris, 

of Wapping, London.] ... ... ... Folio. 1840. 4 pages 

An Address to the Members of the Monthly Meeting of 

Friends, in Bristol. Signed "A Friend," and dated Bristol, 

5th month, 1840. 4to. No printer 's name, place, or date. £ 

Queries for the Children of the Beligious Society of Friends, 

chiefly designed for their boarding schools. 

W. Bade, Printer, Schools of Industry, Lindfield. 12mo. JVo date. £ 

An Inquiry into some parts of Christian Doctrine and Prac- 
tice, &c. [By Edward Ash.] ... 12mo. London. 1841. 17f 

A Word to the Heavy Laden. (Dated Jersey, 1841.) [By 

Gilbert Gilkes ?] 

John Harrison, Printer, Market Street, Manchester. 8vo. [1841.] \ 

Eeprinted. — William Alcock, Printer, Manchester. 

8vo. No date. £ 

Immediate Revelation : being a brief view of the dealings of 

God with man in all ages, showing the universal and imme- 
diate agency of the Holy Spirit under different dispensations ; 
and that the Christian is especially authorized to expect 
immediate communications of the Divine Will. 

London: Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street. 12mo. 1841. 4 
Reprinted. — See Henry Callaway. 

Madness, or the Maniacs' Hall ; a Poem, in Seven Cantos. 

By the author of " The Diary of a Solitaire." [Edwin 
Rice man.] 

London: Smith, Elder and Co.., Cornhill. ... 8vo. 1841. 

A Friendly Address to the Drivers of Hackney Coaches, Cabs, 

&c. (From a sincere Well- Wisher, 1st month 1, 1842.) 

Johnston and Barrett, Printers, 13, Mark Lane. 8vo. No date. \ 

A Friendly Address to Persons Employed in Street Sweeping. 

(From a sincere Well- Wisher.) 
Johnston and Barrett, Printers, 13, Mark Lane. 8vo. No date. £ 






106 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1842-43. 

A Friendly Address to Persons who Sell Fruit in the Streets: 

Johnston and Barrett, Printers, 13, Mark Lane. 8vo. JVb date. £ 

Poetry, Instructive and Devotional. 

London : Published by Harvey and Barton, Gracechurch 

Street 16mo. 1842. 78 pages 

A Monody on F. A. (Francis Abbott), with an Introductory 

Memoir. [By Thomas Copeland, Clevedon.] 

Preston : Printed by PL. OaTcey, Fishergate. 12mo. 1842. 1 

|| Thoughts in Verse, on various subjects. 

Neivbury: Printed and published by Seymer Metford. 16mo. 1842. 2J 
%* The Publisher was son of Joseph Metford. 
Remarks on Tithes 4to. 1842. ± 

4 

Friendly Cautions addressed to the Advocates of Total Absti- 

■ nence from all Intoxicating Beverages. By a Total Abstainer. 
[Susanna Corder ? ] 

Lindfield: W. Fade, Printer, Schools of Industry ; Sold by 

Barton and Co., Gracechurch Street, London. 12mo. No date. | 

Reprinted. — London: C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street 

Without 12mo. 1843. \ 

The Question of Christian Liberty, considered with reference 

to the use of Intoxicating Drinks ; in reply to " Friendly 
Cautions, addressed to the advocates of Total Abstinence, by 
a Total Abstainer." 

London: C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 12mo. 1843. § 

■ A Few Remarks in defence of the opinion that the Total Absti- 
nence Principle is not a true Fruit of Christianity. In a 
Letter to a Teetotaller, by a Member of the Society of Friends. 
5th month, 1843. 

Varty, Printer, 27, Camomile Street, Bishopsgate. 

large 4to. 1843. J 

The Papal and Hierarchical System compared with the Religion 

of the New Testament. [By Joseph John Gurnet.] 
London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

12mo. 1843. 12 

Reprinted — See Joseph John Gurnet. 

— — - An Inquiry into the Rule of the Society of Friends which 
forbids First- Cousins to marry. 

"Condemning as impure, what God declares Pure ; — 
and commands to some, leaves free to all.'' — Milton. 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

12mo. 1843. \ 

Reprinted. — London: Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate 
Street Without; and Harvey and Barton, Grace- 
church Street Gratis. 12mo. 1843. 2 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition 12mo. No date. 



\N0 friends' books. 107 

ANONYMOUS — continued. 1843— 45. 

— Remarks on the Birthright Membership of the Society of 
Friends. By n Member. [John Fauldee, of Bristol.] 

London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 12mo. 1843. £ 

— 1| "What with respect to the habit of drinking fermented liquors, 
is the conduct of those men who most aspire to be virtuous ?" 
Reprinted from a work first published about 30 years ago, 
and now addressed to the Society of Friends. 

Carlisle : Scott and Benson. Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishops- 
gate Street Without, Lo?ul on. ... ... ... 12mo. 1843. \ 

— || A Few words to Girls employed in Factories. 
London: Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street Without; 

Bradford: H. B. Bgles, 51, Kirkgate ... 12mo. No date. ^ 

— A few observations on the importation of Slave Grown Sugar 
into the British Market. London, 5th month 29th, 1844. 
By " An Abolitionist." 4to. 1844. £ 

— || Remarks on Adam Clarke's Introduction to the Prophecy of 
Ezekiel. Intended for Methodists, and all others who are 
under Human Teaching. 

Nottingham : Printed bg H. Wild, Sounds' Gate 8vo. 1844. 1 

— A Few Thoughts, suggested by hearing the Service for the 
Sick, and the Burial Service, of the " Church of England." 

E. Couchman, Printer, 10, Throgmorton Street, London. 

12mo. [1844]. \ 

Extracts from "Xo Cross, No Crown," and John "Woolman's 

"Works. "With a short Preface by an Anonymous Author, 

dated " Manchester," 16th of 12th month, 1844. ... 16mo. 1844. \ 

Antiquarian Researches among the Early Printers and Pub- 
lishers of Friends' Books. Extracted from the American 
Friend, published in Philadelphia. 

Manchester : Printed bg John Harrison, 26, Abraham's 

Court, Market Street 18mo. 1844. 

Thoughts on Habit and Discipline. [By Joseph John 

Guenet]. 

London : Hamilton, Adams and Co. ... Foolscap 8vo. 1844. 
RepriDted.— See J. J. Gurney. 

Extracts on the subject of Dress, from various approved 

Authors. 

Norwich: Printed bg Josiah Fletcher, Hagmarket. 12rao. 1844. -| 

Rules to be observed by the Doorkeepers of Meeting. 

Manchester : John Harrison, Printer, Market Street. 

32mo. 1844. 10 pages. 

Sketches from the History of Pennsylvania, &c, intended for 

the information of that numerous class of Christians who 



108 A CATALOGUE OF A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1845-46. 

denounce "War in general as a great evil ; but who consider 
Defensive War as allowable and unavoidable. [By William 
Naish, Maidstone.] 

London: Charles Gilpin, 5, Bislwpsgate Street, Without; 
Joseph Br 'own, Maidstone y S. Wheeler and Son, Strood ; 
W. Irwin, Manchester. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1845. lj 

New Year's Eve ; or, What can I do for the Poor ? [By 

Eliza P. Gurnet.] 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 16mo. 1845. 1 

Music and its influence, or an enquiry into the practice of 

music, in reference to its effects on the moral and religious 
condition of mankind. 

London : Published by Hamilton, Adams and Co., 33, 
Paternoster Bow. Huddersfield : Printed by T. G. 
Lancashire, Bookseller, Market Place. ... ... 8vo. 1845. 1 

See Isaao Robson. 

To Miners. — " And ye shall serve the Lord your God, and 

He shall bless thy bread and thy water." — Exodus xxiii. v. 25. 
Sold by Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street, London ; and 
Scott and Benson, Carlisle. Maryport : Printed by 
Joseph Ostle, High Street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1845. £ 

Some observations on important subjects, offered especially to 

the consideration of the more thoughtful amongst Professors 
of Keligion. [By John Budge.] 

Camborne : Printed by L. Newton, Bookbinder, Stationer, Sfc. 

12mo. 1845. 1 

Calumny refuted ; or a Glance at John Wilbur's Book. 

London : Printed by John Hasler, 4, Crane Court, Fleet 

Street 8vo. 1845. 7 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition, with new Prefatory remarks. 
London : Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street With- 
out ; Harvey and Barton, Gracechurch Street. 8vo. 1846. 7 

Is it Calumny ? or, Is it Truth ? an examination of a pamphlet 

entitled " Calumny refuted, or a Glance at John Wilbur's 
Book." 

London : Published by Simpkin, Marshall and Co., Stationers* 
Hall Court, Ludgate Street 8vo. 1846. 3 

School-Eoom Lyrics : or, Poetry for the Young. 

London : Barton and Clarke. Ipswich ; Burton. 18mo. 1846. 5£ 
Reprinted . — See Anne Knight. 

The Woman of Samaria. [By Ann Alexander.] 

London: G. Gilpin, Bishopsgate Without. ... 12mo. 1846. 

Eeprinted, entitled, "The Woman of Samaria, with 
some remarks in reference to the seventh com- 
mandment." 12mo. 1846. 



A N friends' books. 109 

ANONYMOUS— continued. 1846. 

There was a great deal of Time lost ! [By Isaac Stickney, 

Hull.] 

Nicholson Sf Wilson, Printers , Cheapside, Halifax. 12 mo. No date. £ 

Beprinted. — Sold by John L. Linney, Printer, Sfc, York. 

12mo. No date. % 

Declension. — Restoration. 

John Harrison, Printer, Market Street, Manchester. 8vo. No date. \ 

Reprinted. — Different edition, same imprint. 8vo. No date. \ 

Causes of the present National Distress, with suggestions for 

their Equitable Removal. [By John Wabneb, Hoddesdon, 
Herts.] 

London : Fisher, Son fy Co., Newgate Street ; and Simpkin 

and Marshall, Stationers 1 Hall Court. ... 8vo. No date. 1 

Some Observations, principally on the subject of Religious 

Worship ; affectionately submitted to the consideration of the 
professors of Christianity. [By John Budge.] 

Camborne: Printed by L. Newton. ... ... 12mo. ]846. 1 

Reprinted by the London Tract Association. Tract No. 103. 

A Question for the Consideration of Christians : — Is the use 

of intoxicating liquors as a beverage in this country consis- 
tent with the Principles of the Gospel, as laid down in the 
New Testament ? [By Joseph Eaton, Bristol.] 

Johnston Sf Barrett, Printers, 13, Marh Lane, London. 

12m o. No date. ± 

Considerations addressed to the Members of the Yearly Meeting 

of Friends, of Philadelphia. [By Charles Eyans, of Phila- 
delphia.] 

Philadelphia. 8vo. 1846. 

Reprinted. — Boston : Printed by S. N. Dickinson 

$ Co 8vo. 1847. of 

An Appeal on behalf of Gospel order : commended to the 

readers of a pamphlet entitled, " Considerations addressed to 
the members of the Yearly Meeting of Eriends of Phila- 
delphia." 

Reprinted. — The 2nd Edition. — Philadelphia : C. Sherman, 

Printer 8vo. 1846. 1 

Action of the several Yearly Meetings of Eriends, relative to 

the secession from New England Yearly Meeting. Also, a 
few extracts from the writings of Joseph John Gurney. 

Philadelphia. 8vo. 1846. 1 

An affectionate address to the young men of the Society of 

Eriends. (By a Eemale Friend.) Folio. 1846. £ 

• "Prove your own selves." 

York : Printed and sold by John L. Linney ; sold also by 

Charles Gilpin, London. ... ... ... 12mo. No date. 4 



110 A CATALOGUE OP ANO 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1847-48. 

Amy of the Peak ; or, the Triumph of Principle (in verse). 

[By Jane M. Bingham, of Chesterfield.] 
C. Gallimore, Printer, Chesterfield. 

Eeprinted.— The 2nd Edition. ... 16mo. Chesterfield. 1847. 

Joys and Sorrows : where to find and how to exchange them. 

By the authoress of " xiiny of the Peak [Jane M. Bingham]. 

(In verse.) 8vo. London, no date. 9 

Queries for "Women Friends ; affectionately addressed to 

members of the Society (in verse). [By Maeia Abthing- 

TON.] 

London: Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without; 

J. Heaton and H. W. Walker ,. Leeds. ... 8vo. 1847. 1J 

An Apology for refusing to Swear. 

Bath : Binns Sf Goodwin. London : WhitaJcer fy Co. 12mo. 1847. ■§ 

— - — Parables. Translated from the German of Krummacher. 
London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

Square 16mo. 1847. 30 pages 

Conversations with Mamma on the Peculiarities of Friends. 

(Intended for young children.) With a Frontispiece of 
" Friends' Meeting House, Jordans." 

London : Chaises Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

16mo. 1847. 2 

Contents. — On Silent Worship. — On George Fox, &c. — On War. — On 
William Penn. — On Music. — On Vain Sports. — On Plainness of 
Speech. 

— — Eeview of a work, entitled, " A Popular Life of George Fox, 
the first of the Quakers, by Josiah Marsh. By permission, 
Reprinted from the July No. (93), 1847, of the " Westminster 
and Foreign Quarterly Eeview," and carefully revised by 
the Author. 

London : Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Without. 12mo. 1847. 2| 

Sudden Death, Sudden Glory, exemplified in the case of 

Thomas Ifogers, a Wednesbury Collier. 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 16mo. 1847. 1 

Notes on a work entitled, " A Narrative of Facts," &c, issued 

by New England Yearly Meeting of Friends' (larger body), 
with observations on the Separation in Swanzey Monthly 
Meeting, and on the Census. Also, Eemarks on a Letter 
from Joseph John Gurney. 

Manchester : Printed and Sold (for the Author) by John 
Harrison, Abraham'' s Court, Market Street. ... 1848. 

— - Thoughts on Books and Eeading. [By Joseph Bevan 
Braithwaite.] 

Birmingham: Printed by White and Pike. ... 12mo. 184S. £ 



1N0 friends' books. 1 1 1 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1849. 

Keprinted.— The 2nd edition 12mo. 1849. 

„ by the London Tract Association. 12mo. 1849. 

„ by Bull, Hunton and Co. 

Eeasons for ceasing to refuse the payment of all Ecclesiastical 

demands. By J. B. [Jonathan Barrett.] ... 8vo. No date. 1 

Some Eeasons for continuing to refuse the payment of all 

Ecclesiastical demands. [By Jacob Post.] (In reply to the 
preceding.) 12mo. No Printer's name or place. 1849. § 

Eeasons for objecting to the Eepublication and Circulation of 

Barclay's Apology, addressed to the Society of Eriends. By 
One of its Members. [Edward Ash, M.D.] 

London: Samuel Bagster and Sons. ... 8vo. 1849. 41 pages 

A few words in reply to " Eeasons for objecting to the republi- 
cation and circulation of Barclay's Apology." Signed 
" Philalethes." [Edward Newman.] 

Printed and Sold by Edward Newman, No. 9, Devonshire 

Street, Bishopsgate. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1849. ^ 

Keprinted.— The 2nd edition 12mo. [1849.] ^ 

„ The 3rd edition 12mo. 1850. £ 

— Eeasons why Members of the Society of Eriends do not close 
their shops on East Days, and other occasions appointed by 
Government for Eeligious observance. (Erom " Eules of 
Discipline, &c") 1849. 

4to. No date. \ 

The Society of Eriends do not observe Public Fasts and Festivals. 

London : 5, Bishopsgate Without. 1849. 

4to. No date. \ 

Eeasons why the Society of Eriends do not observe Public 

Easts— (Sheffield, 27th of 9th month)— in The York Herald. 
Eeprinted.— Leader, Printer, Sheffield 8v . 1849. £ 

Eeasons why the Society of Friends do not observe Days set 

apart for National Easts and Thanksgiving. Bristol, 11th 
month, 13th, 1849. 

H. Sf A. Hill, Printers, Castle Green, Bristol. Folio. (1849.) £ 

Eeview of Eorster's Observations on the Charge made in 

Macaulay's History of England against William Penn. Folio. 1849. ^ 

— A Letter to a Friend in reply to a question, "What is Vege- 
tarianism ? [By William Bennett.] 

London : William Horsell, Aldine Chambers, 13, Paternos- 
ter Row ; Frederick Pitman, 1, Queen's Head Passage ; 
Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street Without. 12mo. 1849. 2 

A Look at a Glance ; or, Strictures on a pamphlet entitled 

" A Glance at Vegetarianism ; being an Analysis and a 
Eefutation of its Fundamental Principles, and shewing their 






112 A CATALOGUE OP ANO 



i 



ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1850. 

Physical, Moral, and Social Tendency. Dedicated to the 
Members of the Vegetarian Society." From the Vegetarian 
Advocate for April, 1850. 

London : W. Horsell, 13, Paternoster Bow. 12mo. No date. 
This forms No. 7, New Series, of " Vegetarian Tracts." 

The Young Servant's Own Book : intended as a present for 

Girls on first going to Service. 4<th edition. 

London : Published for the Tract and School Library 
Association by Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

18mo. 1850. 1J 

Our Eesponsibilities ; extracted from The Friend; signed 

"Zeta." 

Brighton : Arthur Wallis, Printer, fyc. London : Charles 

Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street ... ... ... 8vo. No date. \ 

||Penn Vindicated and Macaulay Befuted; shewing the injustice 

of T. B. Macaulay 's attack upon the character of William 
Penn, and the entire absence of any proof by which it can 
be sustained. 

London : Published by Aylott fy Jones, Paternoster Bow ; 
Crofts, Duke Street, Bloomsbury, and all Booksellers. 

Large 8vo. 1850. 1^ 

A Cry from the Cotton Field ; dated, " No. 5, Summerhill 

Grove, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1st of 3rd month, 1850." 

12mo. 1850. J 

"Wealth, considered in relation to Christian Principle. By a 

member of the Society of Friends, signed " Sinceritas." 16mo. 1850. £ 

Scriptural Association with the Women's Queries. 

48mo. 1850. 16 pages. 
A Word in Season. [By Samuel Tuke.] 4to. [About 1850.] i 

N.B. — This small paper is partly extracted from Stephen Crisp's 
"Epistle of Tender Love," &c, first printed in 1690. 

Compendious View of the Tithe System, its progress, conver- 
sion into Tithe rent-charge, &c. [By John Allen, Liskeard.] 
Eeprinted from The Friend. 12mo. 1850. 

Christian Baptism ; or, the Baptism of Christ. Do the 

Christian Churches generally entertain sound scriptural 
views respecting it ? [By John Allen.] 

London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 12mo. 1850. l£ 

Eeprinted by the London Tract Association. 
See John Allen, and London Tract Association. 

Thoughts on the Formation of Total Abstinence Societies 

composed only of members of the Society of Friends or those 
in profession with them ; offered not so much by way of 



no friends' books. 113 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1850-52. 

argument as for serious aud eandid consideration- [By 
EicnAED Fry, Bristol.] 

Darlington : Printed at the office ofCoaies § Farmer, High 

Bow. ... ... ... ... ... Large 4to. No dale. \ 

A Reply to a Paper published at Darlington, entitled, 

" Thoughts on the formation of Total Abstinence Societies 
composed only of members of the Society of Friends, or 
those in profession with them," &c. [By Joseph Eatois - , 
Bristol.] About 1S50. Large 4to. No Printer's name, place or date. § 

A Few Thoughts on the serious character of the objects of a 

" Yearly Meeting," and on the state of mind suited to its 
engagements. By an Invalid [Samuel Tuxe.] Svo. [1851.] } 

Extracts from Besse's Sufferings of the People called Quakers, 

in 31 counties in England, the Isle of Man, and Wales, for 

the testimony of a good conscience, from 1650 to 1688. 12mo. [1851.] 2 

Simple Truths : written under the influence of God's love. 

18mo. London. No date. 

Every Man his own Parson; dated, March 28, 1851. [By 

Samuel Pim Jacksox, of Bristol.] 

C. T. Jefferies, Printer, Pedcliff Street, Bristol. 12 mo. No date. ^ 

Thoughts on the typical nature of the Tabernacle and its 

furniture. 18mo. London. 1851. 

Remarks upon the Proposition from Lancashire Quarterly 

Meeting, to the Yearly Meeting of 1850, relating to Elders. 

8vo. London. 1851. 1.J- 

■ On the Religious Instruction of Children. 

Lindjield : Printed by TV. Bade. ... 24mo. 1851. 8 pages. 

: A Letter to J. B., Dublin, being a Reply to " Quakerism ; or, 

the Story of my Life. By a Lady, who for forty years was 
a Member of the Society of Friends." — Signed "A Quaker, 
and glad of it." 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1851.] h 

No Title, begins, "I have read a work entitled ' Quakerism, 

or the Story of My Life,' " &c. (A reply to said book.) 
Signed " Amicus." * (Written 8th month, 1*851.) 

4to. No Printer s name or place. [1851.] \ 

"Religious Scandal." A review of a work intituled" Quakerism ; 

or, the Story of My Life. By a Lady who was forty years a 
member of the Society of Friends." Reprinted, by permis- 
sion, from the Eclectic Bevieic, for November, 1851, and 
carefully revised by the Author. 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 
The 3rd edition. 
London : Charles Gilpin. Bishopsgale Without. 16mo. 1852. 1 



114 A CATALOGUE OF ANO 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1852-53. 

Eemarks on " Quakerism ; or, the Story of My Life." By 

an Impartial Observer. 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bisliopsgate Without. Svo. [1852.] 

||Eeviews and Brief Eemarks, in answer to a gross libel on the 

" Eeligious Society of Friends," contained in a work entitled 
"Quakerism, or the Story of My Life/ By Mrs. Saeah 
Geeee, the wife of Mr. John Greer, of Monkstown, near 
Dublin. 

Philadelphia : Printed for gratuitous distribution. Uriah 
Hunt and Son, 44, North Fourth Street. ... 8vo. 1852. 

Beview of a Vindication of the Disciplinary proceedings of New 

England Yearly Meeting of Eriends. 

Philadelphia: T. K. and P. G. Collins, Printers. 8vo. 1852. M 

Observations on Endowments for Charitable Purposes. Signed 

J. B. [Jonathan Baeeett], and dated, " Croydon, 5th 
month, 1852." 

London : Richard Barrett, Printer, Mark Lane. 12mo. 1852. 1 

■ A Metrical Version of the Book of Job, designed chiefly for 

the use of Schools. In two parts. [Part 1 only.] 
London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bisliopsgate Street Without. 

16mo. 1852. 62 pages. 
%* For the two parts, see under date 1854. 

■ What is Worship ? [By Aetht]e Lttey ?] 

Southampton : Forbes and Co., 143, High Street. 12mo. 1852. £ 

The same (little different). 

Southampton : Forbes and Marshall, 143, High Street. 

12mo. 1852. £ 
Eeprinted. — London : W. and F. G. Cash, 5, Bisliopsgate 

Street Without ... 12mo. 1852. £ 

On Grave Stones. 

Printed by Bichard Barrett, 13, Marie Lane, London, and 

sold by C. Gilpin, 1852 Svo. No date, i 

— — The Bifle Club : being a manual of duty for soldiers, whether 
Eegulars, Militia, or Volunteers, inscribed to the world in 
general, and to the members of the Staines Eifle Club in 
particular. [By Jonx Tindall Haeeis.] ... Svo. [1852.] 
Eeprinted.— The*2nd Edition. 

London : Charles Gilpin, Bisliopsgate Street Without. 

Svo. No date. 4£ 

The Fulfilment of the Prophecy of Isaiah, chapter ii. verse 4, 

as developed in the New Testament ; and in the Principles 

and Practice of the Early Christians. Believest thou the 

Prophets ? Acts xxvi. 27. [By William Naish, of Bath.] 

London : W. and F. G. Cash, Bisliopsgate Street : Bath : 

S. Vivian. ISmo. 1853. ^ or 18 pages. 

Thoughts in a Small Silent Eeligious Meeting. (A card in 

versed 

H. 'Scott, Carlisle No date. 



ANO 



F1UEXDS BOOKS. 



115 



ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1S53-55. 

A Visit to the Grave of William Penn, at Jordans, iii Bucking- 
hamshire. 

London : William and Frederick G. Cash, 5, Bishopsyate 

Street, Without Foolscap Svo. 1S53. 3G pages 

%* Contains "a plan of the Meeting House, Burial Ground, &c, at 
Jordans, and four views, viz. Jordan's Meeting, Hunger Hill, 
Milton's Residence, and The Grange." 

— Lines composed by a young woman on her death-bed ; in reply 
to the inquiry, " What she thought of the glories of Heaven." 

Printed by the Boys at Ayton School. ... 12mo 

— Youthful Pilgrims ; or, Memorials of Young Persons of the 
Society of Friends. [By Benjamin Seebohm ?] 

York : Published by James Hunton. London : W. fy F. G. 

Cash Foolscap 8vo. 1854. 23 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. — York: Published by William 



No date. -fa 



Simpson ; London 



Aggs, Henry Gurney. 
Andrews, Margaret. 
Bryant, Edith Ellen. 
Burlingham, Lucy. 
Cadbury, Lucy Ann. 
Capper, Caroline. 
Capper, Thomas Sanders. 
Orosfield, Elizabeth. 
Ecroyd, Ann. 



W. Sf F. G. Cash. 
CONTENTS. 
Fox, Benjamin Middle ton. [ 
Gregory, Margaret. 
Harvey, Sarah Elizabeth 
Harve} 7 , Joseph, 
Kidd, Eebecca. 
Kidd, Edward. 
Kimber, William B. 
Lovell, George. 
Palmer, Mary Ovens. 

of Clerks in Ohio Yearly 



ISmo, 1855. 9£ 

Pease, Lucy. 
Richardson, Alfred. 
Richardson, Charles. 
Southall, Elizabeth. 
Sterry, Anthony. 
Tatham, Thomas. 
Thornton, Philip H. L. 
Wigham, Cuthbert. 



Eemarks on the appointment 
Meeting, 1854. 

Printed by C. Sherman, Philadelphia. ... .. ... 1854. 

A Metrical Version of the Book of Job. In two parts. [By 
Saeah Fox, Falmouth.] 

London : W. $' F. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsyate Street Without. 

lGmo. 1854. 4 
A few Facts illustrative of the Efficiency and Progress of the 
Homoeopathic system of Medicine, &c. [By Samuel 
Cappee, jun.] 

Bristol : Printed by James Ackland, Dolphin Street. 

12mo. 1855. ± 
By 



ij :< Not a Minute to Spare ;" a Thought for the Times. 

S. C. 

" Now is the constant syllable ticking from the clock of time." — Tupper. 
Fxeter : William Roberts, 197, High Street. London : 
Hamilton, Adams § Co., Paternoster Foiv. 

Square 16mo. 1S55. 86 pages. 

1| Observations on War. (From a Literary Journal.) Signed 

L. S. 

Paternoster, Printer, Hit chin. 8vo. No date. J 

i2 



116 A CATALOGUE OF ANO 



ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1S55-56. 

An Address to Members of the Society of Friends. 

Merrihew Sf Thompson's Steam-power Presses, I\ r os. 2 and 4, 

Merchant Street, Philadelphia. ... 8vo. About 1855-6. 1 

*** Written by John J. White, an Elder in Spruce Street Meeting-. 

Verses, " To Mary Wright, on completing her 100th vear." 

Signed at the end, " M. A.," and dated, " last day in 1855." 

[By MARIA AltTHI]S"GTON.] 

Printed for Jane Jowett, Camp Lane Court, Water Lane, 

Leeds. (Price One Penny.) ... ... ... 8vo. 1855. \ 

A Few "Words about "War ; addressed to my Countrymen. 

[By Eliza Sharples, afterwards Peckoyer.] 

Richard Barrett, Printer, Mark Lane, London. 12mo. [1855.] ^ 

Thoughts on War and Warriors ; extracted from the poetical 

writings of William Cowper, Esq., of the Inner Temple. [By 
William Tatum, Bochester.] 

Chatham : P. Taylor, Printer, Albion Printing Office, 89, 
High Street. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1855. 1 

— ■ On Burial, Death, and Eesurrection. 

Sold by Jane Jowett, 3, Camp Lane Court, Water Lane, 

Leeds. ... ... ... (1855.) Large 8vo. No date. £ 

Seven Letters to a member of the Society of Friends. [By 

Edward Ash] 

London : W.and F. G. Cash. Bishopsgate Street Without. 

8vo. 1855. 3 

Some Remarks on a recent publication, entitled, '^Seven 

Letters to a Member of the Society of Friends." 

London : W.SfF. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 8vo. 1855. l\ 

Observations on the extraordinary Appeal of the Society of 

Friends, respecting the sin of War under the Christian 
dispensation. By Two Advocates of Peace. 

Brussels : J. IE. Briard, Printer, Bue Aux Laines, 4. 8vo. 1856. ll 
Beprinted. — The 2nd edition. London. Svo. 1856. lj 

■ Lavinia D ; or, the Pious Child. 

Darlington: Printed by Harrison Penney. ... 32 mo. 1856. \ 
*«* Taken down by John Pease, in conversation, from the child's mother. 

■ Remarks on a certain publication, entitled, " Macaulay's 

Portrait of the Founder of Quakerism." 1856. 

Sheffield: Bogers, Printer, Britannia Office, Castle 

Street 12mo. 1S56. \ 

N.B— This is signed W. G. (William Gauntlet), and dated, 
" Derby shire, 2nd month, 1856." The article called "Macaulay's 
Portrait of the Founder of Quakerism " appeared in the Newcastle 
Journal of January 12th, 1S56. 
N.B. — There are some copies or another edition with the author's 
name. 
— — The Leather Almanac ; or, Facts and Figures for Working 
Men. By a Member of the Society of Friends. [John 
Taylor.]* 

London: Partridge and OaLey 16mo. [L856 






ANO FRIENDS' BOOKS. 117 

ANONYMOUS, continued, 1856-58, 

— Encouragement to Individual Faithfulness in searching- out the 
Koot of Evil in Ourselves ; addressed to the Friends of 
Truth. 8vo. Printed 185G. 2\ 

:: V :; This (though not stated so) was printed in America. 

— To all who Smoke ! a few words in defence of Tobacco ; or, a 
Plea for the Pipe. By " Cavendish " [Samuel Betan, son 
of Paul Beyan]. 

London : Published bg Bail// Brothers, 3, Bogal Exchange 
Buildings. ... ' ...' ... 8vo. 1857. 6 

— Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy as applied to Quakerism. By a 
Lay Churchman [Joseph Paeeish, of Philadelphia]. 

Philadelphia : Henry B. Ashmead, Boole and Job Printer, 

George Street, above Eleventh. ... ... Svo. 1857. 3 

— Fragments of Seventeenth Century Teachings. Nos. 1, 2, and 3. 
Printed bg E. Couchman, 10, Throgmorton Street, London. 

{About 1857.) 12mo. No date. 1J 
%* Chiefly from the writings of Stephen Crisp. 

— The Husk and the Kernel ; or, the Search for Happiness. 
[By A. H. Eichaedson, Newcastle-on-Tyne.] 

London : W. and F. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

16mo. 1857. 1 

— Letters of counsel to young Servants, illustrated by anecdotes 
founded on facts. 

CorJcermoutli : Printed at the office of W. H. Moss, Boole- 
seller 24mo. 1857. 1 

— On the Spiritual nature of the Christian Dispensation ; and on 
some of the obstacles to its full apprehension and reception. 
[By John Allen.] 

London ; Printed for the Tract Association of the Society 
of Friends. Sold at the Depository, 84, Houndsditch. 

lSino. 1857. 1£ 

— Animadversions on a Treatise published on behalf of Teetotal- 
ism. (Signed "A Temperate Drinker," September, 1857.) 
[By William Gauntlet, Bakewell.] 

J. Goodwin, Printer, Bakewell, ... ... ... Svo. No date. 1 

— Fragments touching the Divine life, for Sinners and Saints 
(inclusive). (Nos. 1 to 6). 

London: Printed by E. Couchman, 10, Throgmorton Street. 
Published by Alfred William Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate 
Without. 12mo. 1858. 75 pages. 

*»* Taken chiefly from the writings of Stephen Crisp, 

— Observation of an American Envoy. 

l£mo. No Printer's name or place. [1858.] y.j 

%* This small paper was printed for circulation during the Yearly 
Meeting, 1858, and appears to be taken from the "Annual Monitor." 



118 A CATALOGUE OF ANO 

ANONYMOUS, continued. 1858-59. 

How to abolish Slavery in America, and to prevent a Cotton 

famine in England ; with remarks upon Coolie and African 
emigration. By a Slave Driver. (Preface by — Eichardson, 
of Newcastle-on-Tyne ? ) 

London : Alfred W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

8vo. 1858. 1 
— — The Principle of Ancient Quakerism considered with reference 
to the supposed decadence of the Society of Friends. 

London: A. W. Bennett (successor to TV. and F. G. Cash), 

5, Bishopsgate Without 8vo. [1858.] 2^ 

A Letter to a Friend ; being an examination of a pamphlet 

entitled " The Principle of Ancient Quakerism, considered 
with reference to the supposed decadence of the Society of 
Friends." 

London : Alfred William Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 

8vo. [1858.] 1 

- - A Collection of Hymns and Poetry, original and selected, 
compiled chiefly for the use of Schools. 
Reprinted, — 

„ — The 3rd edition, revised and enlarged. 

Preston: Printed by Dobson and Son, 23, Fishergate. 32mo. 1S5S. 2 J 

■ u Swear not at all," and " Cruelty exposed and Humanity 

pleaded," &c. [By Geoege Daxson.] 

J. Wright, Printer, Market Hill, Sudbury. . . . Svo. JVb date. J 

The Ways of the Line. A Monograph on Excavators. [By 

Anne R. Tee gelles] 8vo. 185S. 

An honest confession of the cause of decadence in the Society 

of Friends, with a glance at a few of the " Peculiarities " of 
the Society. By a Member. 

London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

Svo. [1859.] 

A Memoir of Leighton, with Selections from his Works ; also 

extracts from the Letters of Rutherford. [By Rachel 
Fowlee, Melksham.] 

London : Alfred W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 16mo. 1859. 7f 

Thoughts and Suggestions submitted to the consideration of 

the Society of Friends. By H. B. [Heney Bewley.] 
Printed for private circulation. 

Dublin: Printed by W.Porteous, 18, WicJclow Street. 12mo. 1859. 1J 
Reprinted, 2nd edition, — See H. B. 

Thoughts on the Private and Social reading of the Holy Scrip- 
tures. [By Dykes Alexandee Fox.] 

London : A. W. Bennett, Bishopsgate Without. 12mo. 1859. i 



iNO FRIENDS' BOOKS. 119 

ANONYMOUS,— cowfc'wK**. 1859-1860. 

— Nehushtan : a Letter addressed to the members of the Society 
of Friends, on their peculiarities of dress and language. 

London: A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

8vo. 1859. 2 

— Observations on some of the recent Essays on the supposed yyS 
decline of the Society of Friends ; including the Prize Essays. 
Reprinted from The Friend. 

London : Alfred W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 

8vo. 1860. 3 

— The Eecruits ; or, Facts about Soldiers. [By "William Naisii, 
Bath.] 

London : A. W. Bennett, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

8vo. [I860.] | 

— A "Word to a young Governess, by an old one. [Kathabine 
Naish, Bath.] 

London : Published by A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street 

Without; Bath: Myes and Son 18mo. 1860. 1 

— A Few "Words on the Third Query, &c, affectionately addressed 
to the Sisters of my own religious community. (Signed 
H. D.) [Hannah Doyle, Crimplesham Hall.] 

London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

8vo. 1860. 1 

— An American view of the causes which have led to the decline 
of the Society of Friends in Great Britain and Ireland. [By 
Samuel M. Janney.] 

Philadelphia : T. Ellwood Zell. London : Alfred W. 

Bennett 12mo. 1860. 2^ 

Reprinted. — London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate 

Without. Philadelphia: T. Ellwood Zell. ... 8vo. 1860. 2 

— (Lines) Written after attending Jordans Monthly Meeting, 
6 month, 1860. Signed " L." 

Bees and Gripper, Printers, Ipswich. ... ... 8vo. [L860.] | 

— Man and his Destiny. [By Eliza "Winstone.] 
London : W. H. Collingridge, 117 to 119, Alder sg ate Street, 

E.C Svo. [I860.] \ 

— The Society of Friends and their "Powerful "Witness" to 
Truth, as exemplified in their Christian Doctrines, taken from 
authentic documents not alluded to by the Essayists com- 
peting for a Prize of one hundred guineas. 

" A Gentleman, who believes that the Society of Friends at one time 
bore a Powerful Witness to the world concerning some of the errors 
to which it is most prone, and to some of the truths which are most 
necessary to it." — Vide advertisement for the Essays. 

[By Hudson Scott ?] 

London ; W. Kent and Co., Paternoster Boiv. Edinburgh : 
John Menzies, Hanover Street. Carlisle : Hudson Scott. 

12mo. I860. 4 



120 A CATALOGUE OP A N 

ANONYMOUS,— continued. 1860-62. 

Serious Thoughts ou the Present State of our Eeligious 

Society. [Extracted from the (Philadelphia) Friend, 7th 
month 28th, I860.] 



CocTcermouth, printed. ... ... ... ... Svo. 

Reprinted. — London. ... ... ... ... Svo. 



I860.] 
I860.] 



■ The Spirit of Worship in all ages : being Thoughts on "Worship 

and Ordinances ; commended to the prayerful consideration 
of all professing Christians, by one who seeks to find in all, 
some points of union in the true life. [By John Green 
Hine, Nottingham.] 

London : A. W. Bennett, 5. Bishop sg ate Street Without ; 
or through any Bookseller. ... ... Crown Svo. 1860 

Faithful Records of Visits paid to the Sick and Poor. [By 

Elizabeth Gilpin.] 

4ith Edition. — London : James Kislet and Co., 21, Berners 

Street Svo. 1860. 3| 

Texts for every day in the month : a small Token of Christian 

Remembrance (for 1860). [By Elizabeth Gilpin.] 

4ith Edition. — London : A. W. Bennett, Bisliopsgate Street 

Without. Kendal: James Bobinson. ... 42mo. [I860.] •£• 

Christ's Presence, the authority of the Church. 

Lsaac Evening, Brinter, Cockermouth. ... ... 8vo. [1861.1 4 

Observations on a Lecture delivered at the Manchester Friends' 

Institute, by David Duncan, entitled, " Essays and Reviews." 
By a Friend. 
'London : A. W. Bennett, Bisliopsgate Without. Svo. 1861. 2 

— „ A Packet of Seeds saved by an Old Gardener. [By Edward 
Beck, of Isleworth. 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition enlarged. ... 12mo. London. 1S6J. 

Suggestions for a Church of Unity. By a Layman. [Thomas 

Crowther Brown Svo. 1862. 

Extracts on various subjects Svo, London. 1862. 7h 

See Jane Bragg. 

Verses for Children. 21mo. Carlisle. 1862. I 

See Jane Bragg. 

Cl;t #o!tim Covtt of Eobc. dfav prtbate circulation. (From 

"The Love Conquest.' 1 ) 

Lpsivich : Printed by J. 21. Burton and Co. 12 mo. 1862. 24 pages. 
%* Supposed by Ann Alexander. 

The Prodigal's Return. (]S T o. 1 Tract.) 12mo. KB. £ 

See James Bo-orne, of Reading. 

The Thief on ttie Cross. (JN T o. 2 Tract.) 12mo. KB. 

See James Boors e. 






A NO FRIENDS' BOOKS. 121 

ANOjSTMO US,— continued. 1S62-65. 

— Kindness to animals answers better than cruelty. [By Rebecca 
Peieson.] ... 16mo. 1S62. 1 

See R. P. 

— Is it Right for a Christian to Marry Two Sisters ? By a Mem- 
ber of the Society of Friends. Second Edition. [Printed for 
Private Circulation]. 

Dublin: R. J). Webb and Son, Great Brunswick Street. 

Svo. 1863. 6i 

%* This book was distributed amongst Friends, with a circular, a 

copy of which is as follows : — 
"'Jonathan Pim will be obliged by the acceptance of the small 
volume sent herewith, being a reprint, in a different form and 
with some additions, of a pamphlet circulated by him some weeks 
since on the subject of Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister. 
" Orembanh, Monkstown, Dublin, 
10th of Fourth Month, 1863." 

| An Examination into the Scriptural Lawfulness of Marriage 

with a Deceased Wife's Sister, and the Principles and Enact- 
ments of English Law respecting such marriages. Embracing 
a notice of the course pursued by the Religious Society of 
Friends, with reference to such connexions. By a Mem- 
ber of the Society of Friends. 

London : Published by Alfred William Bennett, Bishopsgate 

Street Without. ' ..." Svo. [18G3.] 2J 

— Quakerism, Catholic and Evangelical. Svo. 18G3. 

4— Pilgrim Songs. (Prose.) [By Ann Alexander ?] 

Ipswich : Printed by J. M. Burton and Co. Svo. About 1863. 1\ 

|| Friends or Quakers? By a Friend to Quakers, showing the 

causes of their decline in numbers, and the apparent decline 
from the spirit of the Founders. 

London : Alfred W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

12mo. 1864. 3J 

Polished Stones from a Highland Quarry ; a Sketch of the 

Bethune Family. [By Jase Rahsom, Hitchin.] 

16mo. 1804. 93 pages. 

■ Plainness of Speech. Addressed more especially to those 

members of the Society of Friends who sympathize with 
Daniel Pickard's " (Zrrpo S 1 ulatton on Mjalf of "tlje Cnttlj." By 
ji Member. 

London: A. VS. Bennett, Bishopsgate Street Without. Svo. 1864. 1 
*** Answered by W.. L. Bellows and Thomas Drewry. 

The Friend in his Family ; or a Familiar Exposition of some of 

the Religious Principles of the Society of Friends. [By 
James Boorne, Reading.] Svo. 1865. 






122 A CATALOGUE OF APP 

ANSLOE, John, see " Atnsloe." 

ANTHONY, Abraham, of Rhode Island, North America. 

— — An Account of him. See " Piety Promoted." Part 7, page 

40. 1st Edition 8vo. 1740. 

He died at Whitby, in Yorkshire, the 13th of the 1st month, 1713, and 
was buried there the day following. 

Snii'oftus, 33cnjamtu, of EoirtJon. 

Some 33utJS anti JSloSSomS of Piety, also, some Fruit of the 

Spirit of Love, which directs to the Stutne vKUiSttom. Being 
a collection of Several Papers, written by a Young Man, 
some of them in the time of his Apprenticeship, some of 
them at several times since, and the latter part of them in his 
late confinement, by a writ De Excommunicato Capiendo. 
Who, as appears by his writings, had a true Travail after 
the knowledge of Grod, and Heaven, and Heavenly Things ; 
and did attain to know Him, and his Son Christ, whom he 
hath sent, which is Life Eternal. 

To which subjoined is a Tripple Plea, Touching Law, Physic 
and DWmitie, formerly printed and subscribed T. C. 

Also, some lines written by J. C. 

London : Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle. 4to. 1684. 10 

Eeprinted, entitled — 

Buds and Blossoms of Piety, with some Eruit of the Spirit 

of Eobe, and directions to the Divine "Wisdom. Being 
a Collection of Papers written by B. A. — (£i)e ^econfc CBtJttt'on, 
fottl) attritions. (See the Author's name in an Acrostick at 
page 107.) 

London : Printed by H. Clark, for Thomas Northcott, in 

George Yard in Lumbard Street. ... ... 8vo. 1691. 8J 

Eeprinted. — The 3rd edition. — London : Printed and sold by 
the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible in George Yard, 
Lombard- street. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1716. 8^ 

Eeprinted. — The 4th edition. — London: Printed and sold by 
T. Sowle Raylton, and L. Hinde, at the Bible in George 
Yard, Lombard-street 8vo- 1743. 8J 

Eeprinted. — The 5th Edition. — London: Printed and sold by 
Luke Hinde, at the Bible in George-yard, Lombard- street. 

8vo. 1766. 8 

He died the 6th of 6th month, 1715, in the Parish of St. James (so 
called), Clerkenwell, London, aged 70 years, 

APPLEBY, Joshua. 

An Elegy on him. — See John Glenn 1784 

*APPLEGrAETH, Eobert, of Salisbury, according to his own 
account, was born and educated in the Society, but was 
disowned about the year 1775 for being married according to 



\.EC friends' books. 123 

^APPLEGAETH, Kobert, of Salisbury, continued. 

the rites of the Established Church of England ; and though, 
says he, " there was something pointed in this excommuni- 
cation, yet I never considered it an evil, because my principles 
for some years previous had been wholly with the Established 
Church." 

— A Theological Survey of the Human Understanding ; intended 
as an Antidote against modern Deism. 

Salisbury : Printed for the Author, by J. Hodson ; and sold 
bi/ Wallis and Stonehouse, in Ludgate Street, London. 

8vo. 1776. 18± 
Eeprinted. — [2nd edition], — London : Printed for the Author, 
and sold by James Phillips, in George Yard, Lombard 

Street 8vo. 1779. 18J 

N.B. — The first edition, printed in 1776, is Anonymous. 

— An Apology for the two ordinances of Jesus Christ ; the Holy 
Communion and Baptism, seriously recommended to the con- 
sideration of the People called Quakers. By Eobert William 
Applegarth. 

London: Printed by M. Vint, for W. Richardson, under the 

Hoy al Exchange 8vo. 1789. 8 

— A Plea for the Poor : or, Eemarks on the Price of Provisions, 
and the Peasant's Labour : the Bounties allowed on the 
Exportation of Corn, especially Wheat : with Proposals for 
their Emendation. By Eobeet William Apple garth. 

London : Printed for W. Bichardson, at the Royal 

Exchange 8vo. 1790. 1J 

An Essay concerning Tithes, as appertaining to the Clergy of 

the Church of England : recommended to the consideration of 
the people called Quakers. By Eobeet Applegaeth. 

London : Printed for W. Richardson, under the Roycd 

Exchange. 8vo. 1791. 5 J 

Eights for Man : or, Analytical Strictures on the Constitution 

of Great Britain and Ireland. By Eobeet William 
Applegaeth. 

London : Printed for W. Richardson, under the Royal 

Exchange. .., Svo. 1792. 3£ 

UICHDALE, John, M.P. for Chipping- Wycombe, Bucks, in 169S-9. 

^[ A New Description of that Fertile and Pleasant Province 

of Carolina ; with a brief account of its Discovery, Settling, 
and the Government thereof, to this time. With several 
remarkable passages of Divine Providence during my Time. 
By John Aechdale, late Governour of the same. Half- 
title — " A Description of Carolina." 

London: Printed for John Wyatt, at the Rose, in St. PauVs 

Church-yard. ... ... ... ... ... 4to. 1707. 5 



124 A CATALOGUE OF ARM 

AEESKINE, Thomas, of Edinburgh. 

To all the People of the Kingdom of Scotland in general, and 

to the Inhabitants of Edinburgh in particular. (Dated, 
" Edinburgh, the 26th of the 4th Month, 1736, called June.") 

Eolio. No Printer* s name or place. 173(5. I 
Reprinted. 

Ditto, in The Irish Friend, No. 10, vol. 2, page 77. 

An Epistle to Friends in London. " Edinburgh, the 22nd of 

the 12th month, 1730." 

London : Printed and, sold at the Bible, in deorrje-yard, 

Lombard Street Broadside. 1736. | 

"' The Rebels one night broke into the house of Mr. Thomas Areskine, 
an eminent Brewer, and a Preacher among the People called 
Quakers, and one of my Acquaintance. He has since shew'd me 
the Drawers which they broke, and robb'd him of all the Money 
he had then in the House, with some Linen and other Thiugs of 
value : Upon which great Injustice, the fair dealing Quaker makes 
his application to their Prince, assuring him, That Method he 
pursu'd would never prosper, or answer his Expectation ; for, said 
he, our Geokge takes only a Part of our Money, hut Thou even 
verily takes all ; and Thou mayst as well take my Life, as take 
away the Prop that supports it. Upon which Complaint the High- 
land Prince answered, that he (Mr. AresHne) was many years in 
Debt to the Revenue of his Father's Excise, and it was hat the proper 
Dues to his Government.'' 
— Ray's " History of the Rebellion," page oi. Printed in 1754. 

ARMFIELD, Joseph, son of George Armfield, of London. 

A Salutation in Love, chiefly addressed to those in the Station 

of Ministers, Elders, and Overseers, of the Society of 
Friends. [For private circulation only.'] 

Large 4to. No Printer's name or place. [I860.] -£ 

ARMISTEAD, Wilson, of Leeds, Yorkshire. 

A Flora of Liverpool, by T. B. Hall, with an engraved map ; 

and an Appendix, containing Meteorological Tables and Obser- 
vations for the year 1S3S, by Wilson Armistead. 

London : WhitaJcer and Co., Ave Maria Lane. Liverpool : 
Wahnsleij, Church Street ; and T. Hodgson, Lord Street. 

12mo. [1880.] S§ 

Memoir of Paul Cuffe, a man of colour. Compiled from 

authentic sources, by Wilson Armistead. (Portrait.) 

London: Edmund Fry, Bishopsgate Street. ... 16mo. 1840. 2 

A Tribute for the !Negro : being a vindication of the moral, 

intellectual, and religious capabilities of the coloured portion 
of Mankind; with particular reference to the African Race. 
Illustrated by numerous Biographical Sketches, Facts, Anec- 
dotes, &c, and many superior Portraits and Engravings. 
Manchester : William Irwin, 39, Oldham Street, Sfc. 

Svo. 1818. 374 



A. E M FKlENDs' BOOKS. 125 

ARMISTEAD, Wilson,— continued. 

Calumny refuted by facts from Liberia, presented by the Author 

to the Boston Anti-Slavery Bazaar. ... ... 12mo. ISIS 

Slavery illustrated ; in the Histories of Zangara and Maquama, 

two Negroes stolen from Africa, and sold into Slavery. 
Belated by themselves. 

Manchester : Printed and Published by William Irwin, 30, 
Oldham Street. London : Simpkin, Marshall and Co, 

8vo. 1849. 2^ 

A Visit to the United States. (Commencing in 1850.) 

ISmo. 114 pages. 

" Written for, and inserted in the 'British Friend,' and thrown into 
small book form for private circulation ; but, for want of time 
never completed. — W.A." 

Incidents in the Life of the Eev. J. Asher, Pastor of Shiloh 

(coloured) Baptist Church, Philadelphia, U.S. ; and a con- 
cluding chapter of facts, illustrating the unrighteous prejudice 
existing in the minds of American citizens toward their 
• coloured brethren. With an Introduction, by Wilson Armi- 
stead, Esq., of Leeds, author of the " Tribute to the Negro" 
London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Pishopsgate Street Without. 

Svo. 1850 

A Memoir of Eobert Barclay, the Author of the " Apology for 

the True Christian Divinity ;" with some account of his 

Father, Colonel David Barclay, &c. Written for, and issued 

with William Irwin's cheap edition of " Barclay's Apology." 

Manchester : Printed and Published by William Irwin, 39, 

Oldham Street. 8vo. 1850. If 

The Alternative. "We profess to believe in one God," etc., 

a small paper reprinted by him from a similar one, by Joseph 
Tatham. 12mo. [1851.] T V 

The Crowning Crime of Christendom, comprising a few facts 

relative to Slavery and the Slave Trade at the present 
moment. [Anonymous.] 

A. PicJcard, Printer, Top of Bricjgaie, Leeds. 

Svo. [About 1851.] l 

— — An Antidote to Prejudice against Caste and Colour. Respect- 
fully dedicated to the Universities* of Heidelburg, Wittemburg, 
and Leyden, and to the French Academy of Sciences, with 
Portraits of the four Negroes upon whom the above 
institutions have conferred their honours, evincing thereby a 
noble feeling, above the vulgar prejudice against colour 
in Man. 

■ Prospectus of " Select Miscellanies." 

Do. of Do. ... Second series. Vol. 

3-6, and Memoirs of J ames Logan 4to. \ 



126 A CATALOGUE OF AEM 

AKMISTEAD, "Wilson,— continued. 

Select Miscellanies, chiefly illustrative of the History, Christian 

Principles; and Sufferings of the Society of Friends ; with 
accordant sentiments of eminent and pious individuals of other 
denominations, including many remarkable incidents, and a 
variety of information particularly interesting to Friends. In 
2 vols. 

London : Charles Gilpin, Bisliopsgate Street Without. 18mo. 1851 
Eeprinted. — The 2nd Edition, revised and enlarged. — 
London : W. and F. G. Cash, Bisliopsgate Street 
Without. 18mo. 1852 

■ Select Miscellanies, &c, Second series, in 4 vols., viz. — Yols. 3, 

4, 5, and 6. 

London: Charles Gilpin, Bisliopsgate Street Without. 18mo. 1851 

Memoirs of James Logan ; a distinguished scholar and Christian 

Legislator ; Founder of the Loganian Library, at Phila- 
delphia ; Secretary of the Province of Pennsylvania ; Chief 
Justice ; Commissioner of Property ; and (as President of 
the Council) for two years Governor of the Province ; inclu- 
ding several of his Letters and those of his Correspondents, 
many of which are now first printed from the original MSS., 
collated and arranged for the purpose ; by Wilson Armistead. 
London : Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

12mo. 1851. S 

Review of the New Series of " Select Miscellanies." 12mo. 1852. T * 

- Circular announcing a new edition of George Fox's Journal. 

8v( 

Early Friends and their "Writings : Testimonies from Without. 



*** "Written for the British Friend, by W. A., and printed in this 
foi*m to distribute with Circulars announcing publication of the 
new edition of George Fox's Journal. 

Journal of George Fox, 7th edition, with Notes, Biographical 
and Historical, &c, by Wilson Armistead, in 2 vols. 

8vo. London, Sfc. 1S52. 

See George Fox. 

The Englishman's Duty to the Free and the Enslaved American. 
A Lecture, twice delivered at Leeds, in January, 1853. [By 
the Eev. Chables Wicksteed, B.A.] 
London : W. and F. G. Cash, Bishopsgate Street ; and 
W. Tweedie, 337, Strand. Leeds ; Baines and New- 
some, and W. Slade 8vo. 1853. U 



\* This tract was published by W. A., from the MS. of the lecture 
which he obtained of the author. It was printed extensively in this 
form, and also made to form No. 44 of the general series. 



^EM friends' books. 127 

VBMISTEAD, Wilson,— continued. 

Prejudice against the Coloured People in the United States of 

America, exemplified in the Case of Professor Allen, an 
American Exile, now lecturing in England. 
H. W.Walker, Printer, Briggate, Leeds. ... 8vo. [1853.] J 

Lithograph Circular, issued previous to the following publication. 

4to. [1853.] i 

A Cloud of Witnesses against Slavery and Oppression. Con- 
taining the Acts, Opinions, and Sentiments of Individuals and 
Societies in all Ages. Selected from various sources, and 
for the most part Chronologically arranged, by Wilson 
Armistead. 

London : William Tweedie, 337, Strand ; W. and F. G. 

Cash, Bishopsgate Street. 12mo. 1853. Gf 

The Garland of Ereedom ; a collection of Poems, chiefly Anti- 

. Slavery. Selected from various authors, by a Eriend of the 
Negro. In 3 parts. 

London : W. and F. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate Street ; 
William Tweedie, 337, Strand 12mo. 1853. 

Leeds Series of Anti-Slavery Tracts. An Illustrated Placard. 

B. 

Circular on the Issue of Half a Million Anti-Slavery Tracts. 

12mo. [1853.] ± 

" Strike the Iron while it is Hot !" A prospectus to raise sub- 
scriptions to aid in the issue of tracts to abolish slavery. 

4to. 1853. i 

Liberty is the Birthright of All. Eive Hundred Thousand 

Strokes for Ereedom. A series of Anti-Slavery Tracts, of 
which half a million are now first issued by the friends of the 
negro. [Edited by W. A.] 

London: Leeds {printed). ... ... ... 8vo. 1853. 

Note. — Eighty-two tracts, each of which has a distinct pagination, no 
register. Title-page lithographed. 

The four following tracts were chiefly drawn up by W. A., 
and added to the " Leeds Anti-Slavery Series," after the 
volume was published. 

■ Enterprize, Benevolence, and Christian Conduct Exemplified in 

Paul Cuffe, a Negro Philanthropist No. 85. 8vo. | 

Principles and Mode of Action of the American Anti-Slavery 

Society: a Speech by William Lloyd Gabbison. No. 86. 8vo. 1 

The Slave Auction No. 88. Svo. \ 

%* This was printed from the MS. of the composer, by W. A., and 
added to the tract series after the volume was published. 



128 A CATALOGUE OF AEM 

AEMISTEAD, Wilson,— continued. 

Imprisonment and Enslavement of British Coloured Seamen ; 

illustrated in the case of John Glasgow. No. 89. 8vo. ] 

To the Friends of Suffering Humanity. ... ... 8vo. 

W. A. had a large number of envelopes, Penn's Treaty, and mottoes, 
printed in 1853 to send to the American Anti-Slavery Bazaar, and 
also for sale in aid of the cause. There were ten or a dozen mottoes 
or extracts on perforated papers. 

God's Image in Ebony. By Ii. G. Adams. With Addi- 
tional Evidence, communicated by W. A. ... ... 8vo. 1854. 

Autograph Contributions (kindly written or furnished in aid 

of the Anti-Slavery Cause.) ... ... Large 4 to. [1854.] 4 

%* About twenty autograph or rather holograph contributions hare 
been lithographed in facsimile. 

" Guilty or jS"ot Guilty ?" A Pew Eacts and Feelings regarding 

the Religious Bodies of America in the Matter of Slavery. 
A Report of an Anti-Slavery Meeting in Leeds. 

Leeds, printed. 12mo. 1855. 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition, with additions. 

Leeds: Printed by Edward Baines and Sons. ... 12mo. 1855. { 
Resolutions passed at a Committee Meeting of the Leeds Anti- 
Slavery Association, September 25th, 1855. ... 12mo. [1855.] }> 

Tales and Legends of the English Lakes and Mountains, col- 
lected from the best and most authentic sources. By 
Loeenzo TryAE. 

London: Longmans and Co. (Glasgow, printed). 

12mo. [about 1855/ 

" This work was published under the assumed name of Lorenzo Tuvar, 
being got up chiefly to send to the American Anti-Slavery Bazaars, or 
to aid the cause by its sale. — W, A." 

The Gleaner: an occasional series of irns'truftibc antf (Entertain- 
ing Selections, Sentiments", facts', SnectJotes'. &c, calculated 
to instil sound Principles, and to promote the Freedom, 
Elevation and Happiness of the Human Family. Respectfully 
submitted to editors of newspapers and magazines, for inser- 
tion in their columns ; to supersede such matter as may be 
injurious in its nature or tendency. 

Published occasionally. Nos. 1 to 8. In folio. 1855 — 1SG1 

The Anti-Slavery Pilot : a selection of items illustrative of 

American Slavery, — Sentiments opposed to it, — Facts denoting 
the Progress of Freedom, or of general interest in the Anti- 
Slavery movement. Issued occasionally under the direction 
of the Committee of the Leeds Anti-Slaverv Association. 
Published by W. A. No. 1, July, 1855, in 22 nos. 

Folio. 1855— 1S59. 



LRM FKIENDS' BOOKS. 129 

LBMISTEAD, Wilson,— continue d. 

Letter to Brewin Grant, dated Leeds, First Month 22nd, 

1855 ; headed, gg° Joseph Barker, of Ohio, (late of Wortley, 
near Leeds,) having in several public Lectures stated that 
11 the last edition of the Journal of George Fox has been 
altered to suit the present opinions of the Friends" the Editor 
of that edition is desirous of counteracting this statement. 
The following Letter, addressed to Brewin Grant, an Inde- 
pendent Minister, previous to his discussion of the validity 
of the Bible, with Joseph Barker, is printed and circulated to 
counteract such an erroneous impression. ... ... 4to. 1855. \ 

— Account of an extraordinary eruption of Solway Moss, in 

1771. By Wilson Armistead. 

Printed to accompany specimens of Bog Oak dug out of 

the moss. ... ... Leeds, 1855. 12mo. {including cover.) j% 

\* Written, Ninth Month 25th, 1855. Printed by Alice Maun, 
Duncan Street, Leeds. 

— The American Board of Missions and Slavery. (From the 

Leeds Mercury, January 5th, 1856.) ... ... 4to. 1856. £ 

— Address of the Leeds Anti-Slavery Association to the sup- 

porters of the Turkish Missions' Aid Society. 

Edward Baines and Sons, Printers, Leeds. . . . 8vo. 1856. J 

— Juvenile Anti-Slavery series (of Tracts), complete in one 

volume. Issued by the Leeds Anti-Slavery Association, with >/" 

"An Introductory Address," by Wilson Armistead, dated 
Leeds, Tenth Month 30th, 1856. 16mo. 1856. 

N.B. — A cheaper set of these tracts was printed to make into 6d. 
packets, 1857. 

— Anti-Slavery Prize Essay. Circular soliciting contributions for 

raising a fund for such essay. ... ... ... 4to. 1858. J 

— No Title ; begins, " Discoveries in Science," &c. Written and 

published by W. A. in connection with the Prize Essay 
Circular, 1S58 8vo. iVo date. ± 

— Circular. On holding Bazaars as a means to assist in hastening 

the day of freedom. .. ... ... ... 4to. [1858.] J 

— National Remonstrance and Earnest Appeal from British 

Christians, against American Slavery. [Anonymous.] 

Large B. [1859.] 1 
Drawn up by W. A., and adopted by Leeds Anti-Slavery Society 
in 1859. 

— Further Testimonies in favour of Freedom : a Supplement to 

"A Cloud of Witnesses" against Slavery and Oppression. 
Containing additional sentiments and opinions from all 
sources. By Wilson Armistead. 

London : William Tweedie, 337, Strand ; Bennett, 

Bishopsg ate Street. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1859. 9 

K 



130 A CATALOGUE OF ARI 

ARMISTEAD, Wilson,— continued. 

Anthony Benezet. From the original memoir : Revised, with 

additions, by Wilson Armistead. 

London : A. W. Bennett, Bishopsgate Street. Phila- 
delphia : Lippincott and Co. ... ... 8vo. 1S59. 1C 

The Leeds Anti-Slavery Association to the "Wesleyan Con- 
ference, held at Manchester, July, 1859. Signed by John 
"Wilson and Wilson Armistead. ,.. Oblong Svo. [1859.] 
%* This letter to the Wesleyan Conference not being accepted, as 
" out of order," another appeal was addressed and posted to the 
Superintendents of the 524 circuits. — "W. A. 

To the Superintendents of each of the 524 Circuits of the 

Wesleyan Methodist Connexion in Great Britain and 
Ireland ; and " A Memorial," &e. . . Large folio. [I860.] 1 

This document was drawn up by W. A., and adopted by Leeds Anti- 
Slavery Association, and signed on their behalf by John Wilson, J.P., 
President, and Wilson Armistead, Secretary. 

An Appeal to all Members of the Great Methodist Family, 

affiliating with the Methodist Episcopal Church throughout 
the World. 

Published by the Leeds Young Men's Anti-Slavery Society. 

Oblong folio. [I860.] 

This is a reprint of the American Appeal that called forth the two 
addresses to English Methodists. 

Seeds for every Soil and Season. A series of Tracts (of 1 or 

2 pages), published in numbers from 1 to 48 (intended to be 
added to from time to time, being something practical with- 
out being doctrinal). 

Printed for W. A. by Oliver and Copplestone, Leeds, and 
sold in London. ... ... ... ... 12mo. [I860.] 

A Few Earnest Words to British Methodists, from a 

Brother Methodist. [Benjamin Gough.] 

Leeds, printed. 12rno. [i860.] 
*** The MS. of this tract was supplied by the author, and printed by 
W. A. for extensive circulation among the Methodists. 

The Leprosy of Methodism ; and a wav of purification pointed 

out. W. A. 

Printed for the Leeds Anti-Slavery Association, by Alice 
Mann. Svo. [I860.] 

Wesleyans, Read ! and let no man deceive you ! 

Printed for the Leeds Anti-Slavery Association, by Alice 
Mann. 8vo. [I860.] 

Tokens for good and Brooks by the way. •. 8vo. [I860.] 

§S* Printed for private use ouly. 



LRS FRIENDS BOOKS. 131 

LRMISTEAD, Wilson,— continued. 

Keprinted with additions, (A Letter by Benj. Gough,Wesleyan 

Minister) 8vo. [I860.] £ 

Can we enter into Treaty with the New Slave Trading Con- 
federacy ? (W. A.) 

Alice Mann, Printer and Publisher, Duncan Street, Leeds. 

8vo. [1861.] J 

— Caution to Friends, in reference to an appeal of W. S. North- 

house. 
A. Pickard, Printer, Cross Court, top of Briggate, Leeds. 

8vo. [1862.] i 

— (Books) Offered in aid of a fund for the Coloured Freemen. 8vo. 1864. J 

— The Coloured Freemen of America. Two Letters c ' To the 

Editors of the Leeds Mercury," one dated 1st mo. 10th, and 
the other 2nd mo. 16th, 1865. 
Public Libraries for Liberia and Sierra Leone. ... 4to. £1865.] ^ 

Suggestions to the Contributors to the " Prize Fund, for an 

Essay on Slavery," &c 8vo. [1865.] \ 

— Statements Illustrative of American Good Feeling towards the 

Emancipated Slaves, &c. 

A. Mann, Printer, Central Market, Duncan Street, Leeds. 

8vo. [1865.] | 
Eeprinted, — 2nd edition, enlarged. ... ... 8vo. [1865.] ^ 

— To my Botanical and Entomological Friends, and General 

Observers of Nature 8vo. [1865.] £ 

— Facts versus Fiction.— Will the Nigger Work ? ... 4to. [1865.] £ 

EMITTSTEAD, John, of Yorkshire. 

— A Few lines by way of Testimony, concerning Samuel Watson. 

See Samuel 'Watson's Works 12ino. 1712. £ 

EXETT, Thomas, of Indiana, North America. 

— A Solemn Address to Youth. In The [London] Friend, for 

11th month, 1852. 

AENITT, William Francis, of Liverpool. 

— A Letter to Hardshaw West Monthly Meeting of the Society 

of Friends, on resigning his Membership, dated Liverpool, 

1st mo. 27th, 1847. 4to. 1847. £ 

-ESCOTT, Alexander, Schoolmaster, of Bristol, was eldest son of 
the Parson of South Motion, Devonshire, and was educated at 
the University of Oxford. He joined Friends about the year 
1700, and was Clerk of the Yearly Meeting, 1722.— 1725.— 
1728, and 1736. 

— Copy of a Letter, written by an Oxford Scholar, to one of his 

acquaintance called a Quaker, before he had been at any 
Meeting of Friends. Inserted in The Lrish Friend, vol. 3, 
page 47. 

K.2 






132 A CATALOGUE OF AEJ 

AESCOTT, Alexander, — continued. 

Epistle of Friends' Advice. 1719 

Some considerations relating to the Present State of the 

Christian Eeligion, wherein the Nature, End and Design of 
Christianity, as well as the Principal Evidence of the Truth 
of it, are explained and recommended out of the Holy Scrip- 
tures, with a general Appeal to the experience of all Men for ^f." 
confirmation thereof. 

London : Printed and sold at tlie Bible in George Yard, 
Lombard Street ; and also sold by the Booksellers of 
London and Westminster. ... ... ... 8vo. 1730. 4 

Some considerations relating to the Present State of the Chris- 
tian Eeligion, Bart 2. Wherein the Principal Evidence of 
the Christian Eeligion is explain'd and defended upon the 
Principles of Eeason, as well as Eevelation : with Observa- 
tions on some Passages in the book intituled, ' ; Christianity 
as old as the Creation," so far as concerns the Doctrine 
herein advanced. 

London : Printed and sold at the Bible in George Yard, 
Lombard Street ; and also sold by the Booksellers of 
London and Westminster. ... ... ... 8vo. 1731. £ 

Some Considerations relating to the Present State of the Chris- 
tian Eeligion. Wherein, the Principal Evidence of the 
Christian Eeligion is farther explain'd and defended; in 
Answer to the Objections made against it in a late " Vindica- 
tion of the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry : with an 
Appendix, containing some Eemarks on a Passage in the 
Second Volume of Bishop Burnet's History of his own Times. 
Bart 3rd. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sonde, at the 

Bible in George Yard, Lombard Street. ... 8vo. 1734. R; 

Some Considerations, &c. (Part 1.) The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold at the Bible in George Yard, 
Lombard Street ; and also sold by the Booksellers of 
London and Westminster. ... ... ... 8vo. 1732. 

Eeprinted. — The 3rd edition. — London : Printed and sold by 

J. Phillips, in George Yard, Lombard Street. 8vo. 1779. 18; 

This is a uniform reprint of all the three parts. 

Some Considerations relating to the Christian Eeligion. Ex- 
tracted from " Arscott's Considerations." 12mo. Dublin. 1815. 
Eeprinted. — See Dublin Tract Association. 

On the Efficacy and Internal Evidence of the Christian Eeligion. 
Extracted from a Treatise written by Alexander Arscott. 
2 parts. 12mo. London. 1819. 

These two parts form Nos. 29 and 30 of the Series of Tracts published 
by the London Tract Association. 



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rt friends' books. 133 

RSCOTT, Alexander, — continued, 

— The Primitive Testimony of the People called Quakers: 

together with Exhortations to all those, who are under that 
Profession, in the City of Bristol, to faithfulness therein. By 
the Men's Meeting of the said People. (And signed on their 
behalf by Alex. Arscott, the 3rd of the 11th mo., 1731.) 
Bristol : Printed by Sam. Farley, in Wine Street. 

Small 8vo. 1732. 2£ 
Reprinted. — The 2nd edition, — Bristol : Printed by Sam. 

Farley, in Wine Street Small Svo. 1732. 2^ 

Reprinted. — (And also called The 2nd edition.) 

Small 8vo. Leeds: Printed by James Lister. 1738. 2 J 
He died the 30th day of the 1st month, 1737, in the 61st year of his 
age. For further particulars respecting him, see " Collection of 
Testimonies," page 101, printed 1760. 

IRTHINGTON, Maria, of Leeds. 

— The Little Scholar's First Grammar; or Grammar made easy 

to the capacities of young children, and rendered pleasing by 
a variety of familiar examples ; adapted to the use of private 
families. 

York: Printed by W. Alexander and Son, Castle g at e ; sold 
also by Harvey and Barton, W. Phillips, F. Fry, and 
W. Barton, London; P. Peart, Birmingham; B. F. 
Gardiner, Bublin. Small 8vo. 1828. 4 

— A Pew remarks on the leading principles of Christian Paith, 

addressed to the Society of Priends, in Leeds. 

London: Hamilton, Adams and Co., Paternoster Bow; 

and J. Y. Knight, Leeds ... 12mo. 1836. If 

— Rhymes for Harry and his Nursemaid. (12 coloured plates.) 
Reprinted. — 2nd edition. 

Reprinted. — 3rd edition. 

Reprinted. — 4th edition. 

Reprinted. — 5th edition. 

Published for the Author, by Varton and Co., Holborn Hill. 

12mo. 1851. 46 pages. 

— Queries for "Women Priends ; affectionately addressed to 

Members of the Society. (In verse.) 

Anonymous. 
London: Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without; 

J. Heaton, and H. W. Walker, Leeds. ... 8vo. 1847. \\ 

— To Mary Wright, on completing he'r 100th Year. (Yerse.) 

Printed for Jane Jowett, Camp-lane Court, Water Lane, 

Leeds 8vo. 1855. \ 

Anonymous. 
This and the next T are also inserted in "The British Friend," 1859. 



134 A CATALOGUE OF ASH 

*AETHINGTON, Maria,— continued. 

Thoughts in verse written after attending the Funeral of our 

dear Aged Friend Mary Wright, who lived to the age of 103 
years, and was interred at Leeds, 20th of 3rd month, 1859. 

Leeds, Jane Jowett. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1859. ^ 

— — Poetry of Bye-Gone Days, and other selected pieces. Not 
Published. 

London : Richard Barrett, Printer, 13, Mark Lane. 

Large 12mo. 1861. 14§ 

She died the 5th of 10th month, 1863. 
fASH, Edward, M.D., of Bristol. 

An Address to the Society of Friends, on the employment of 

means for disseminating Christian Knowledge among the 
Heathen. By a Member of the Society. 

London: Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street; Edmund 
Fry, Houndsditch ; W. Alexander, York ; and M. M. 

and E. Webb, Bristol. 8vo. 1828. 1 

Anonymous. 
The Christian Profession of the Society of Friends, com- 
mended to its Members. 

London: John and Arthur Arch; Darton and Harvey; 

and E. Fry and Son ; Josiah Fletcher, Norwich. 8vo. 1837. 6 

A Brief view of some prominent parts of Christian Doctrine. 

London: Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopsgate Street ; and 

Edmund, Fry Jun., Plymouth. ... ... 12mo. 1838. 6J 

i/ Beprinted. — New edition, with additions. 

London: Edmund Fry, Bishopsgate Street. ... 12mo. 1840. 6§ 

An Inquiry into some parts of Christian Doctrine and 

Practice, having relation more especially to the Society of 
Friends. "With an appendix. 

London : Hamilton, Adams and Co. ; Edmund Fry ; C. 

Davey, Bristol 12mo. 1841. 17§ 

Anonymous. 

Four Lectures on the Apocalypse, delivered in Bristol, in the 

spring of 1848. By Edwakd Ash, M.D. 

Norwich : Josiah Fletcher, Upper Haymarket. London : 
Hamilton, Adams, and Co., and Charles Gilpin. 

Foolscap, 8vo. 1848. 1\ 

Eeasons for objecting to the Eepublication and Circulation of 

Barclay's Apology, addressed to the Society of Friends, by 
one of its members, 

London : Samuel Bagster and Sons, 15, Paternoster Bow, 

Sfc 8vo. 1849. 41 pages. 

Anonymous. 



S h friends' books. 135 

\SH, Edward, M.D., of Bristol, — continued. 

— Explanatory Notes and Comments on the New Testament. 

By Edward Ash, M.D., in 3 vols. Vol. 1. Matthew — John \ 
vol. 2. Acts — Ephesians. Vol. 3. Philippians — Revelations. 

London : Partridge Sf Oakey, Paternoster Bow. 8vo. 1849-50. 79J 

— Seven Letters to a Member of the Society of Eriends. 

[Anonymous.] 

London : TV. Sf Frederick G. Cash, Bishopsgate Street 

Without. (Norwich, printed.) 8vo. 1855. 3 

— Eour Essays on Theological subjects, by Edward Ash, M.D. 

London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Without. (Bristol, 

printed.) 8vo. 1864. 5 J 

(Philip Bose, Printer, 57, Broadmead, Bristol.) 

— Quakerism : its Place and Service in Christ's Church ; with 

Thoughts on Christian Ministry as exercised in the Society 
of Eriends. By Edward Ash, M.D. 

London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

Bristol: W. Whereat, Corn Street 8vo. 1865. 2 

SHBRIDGE, Elizabeth, of Burlington, West Jersey, North 
America. 

— Some account of the fore-part of the Life of Elizabeth Ash- 

bridge, who departed this life. 

Nantwich : Printed by J. Bromley, opposite the Crown, 

8vo. 1774. 

— Some account of the early part of the Life of Elizabeth Ash- 

bridge, who died, in the Truth's Service, at the House of 
Robert Lecky, in the County of Carlow, Ireland, the 16th of 
9th month, 1775. Written by Herself. 

Liverpool: Printed by James Smith. ... ... 8vo. 1806. 4 J 

E. A. died the 16th of 5th mo. 1755, and not as stated on the title of 

this edition. 
N.B. — At the end of this edition there is added some verses, entitled, 
" Francis Howgil's Advice to his Daughter," beginning with 
" Dear child, within the closet of thy heart," and ending with 
" And gain the mansions of eternal love." It is an error in attri- 
buting these verses to Francis Howgil ; they appear to be altered 
from Gershon Boate's " Father's Advice to his Child," &c. 

Keprinted, called 2nd edition, with additions. 

Philadelphia 12mo. 1807. 2± 

Eeprinted, entitled, — Some account of the early part of the 
Life of Elizabeth Ashbridge, who departed this Life in 
Truth's Service, in Ireland, the 16th of the 5th month, 1755. 
Written by Herself. To which is added, A Testimony 
concerning her, from the .National Meeting of Ireland. 

Dublin : Printed and sold by Christopher Bentham, 19, 
Eustace Street. Sold also by Win. Alexander, Bookseller, 
York 12mo. 1820. 2£ 



136 A CATALOGUE OF ASH 

ASHBEIDGB, Elizabeth,— continued. 

Eeprinted, — in " The Friends' Library," edited by "Wm. and 
Thos. Evans,— Vol. 4. Philadelphia. 1840. 

Reprinted, entitled, " A Sketch of the early life of Elizabeth 
Ashbridge," &c. 

Brighton : Arthur Wallis, 5, Bartholomews ; London : 

Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street, fyc, Sfc. 18mo. 1846. 2^ 

ASHBY, Elizabeth C, of Staines, Middlesex. 

Scripture Teachings for young Children. (Old Testament.) 

[Part in verse.] 

London : Willm. and Frederick G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate 

Street Without. Eoyal 16mo. 1857. 87 pages. 

Scripture Teachings from the New Testament, by Elizabeth 

C. Ashby. [Part in verse.] 

London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

Eoyal 16mo. 1861. 132 pages. 

ASHBY, John, of Brixton, Surrey. 

A Familiar Address on Eegeneration and Prayer. 

8vo. London. [1832?] 

The Prisoner's Hope on Eepentance and Justification. 

18mo. London. [1830?] 

An Opening Appendix on the Principles of Truth, for the 

inspection of the serious Eeader. 

A Call to the Eeligious Professing "World, in the Prelude of 

the Scriptures, originating on the present times ; and an 
address to the People, written Under a Concern for the 
Common Salvation of Man are restored to true Beace and 
Llappiness. By John Ashby. 

London : Printed by S. Bobins, 12, Houghton Street, Clare 

Market, etc. 12mo. [1828 ?] 3f 

Prepare to meet thy G-od, Israel. 

A Serious and Affectionate Address to the Professing 

Christians of all denominations, originating from the aspect 

of the present times. ... ... London. 12mo. [1833?] 

The Silver Cord ; or, the Youth's Instructor. 

London : Printed by B. Couchman, 10, Throgmorton Street. 

12mo. 1834. 

An Essay on Eeform [i.e., Self-reformation]. By John 

Ashby. 

London : Printed by JS. Couchman, 10. Throgmorton Street. 

12mo. 1837. 4 

A Paper beginning, " Dear Friend,— I believe it is my duty to 

G-od and man to offer these books to all Christians," &c. 

12m o. No date. ?1 



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friends' books. 137 



ASHBY, John, — continued. 

The Trees of Mortality, shaken by the Wind. By John 

Ashby. 

London : 'Printed by E. Coucfonan, 10, Throgmorton Street. 

12mo. 1838. 7 

Babylon struck at. The Truth Vindicated, against the Spirit 

of Mystery, Babylon the Great, the Mother of Harlots, and 
the Abominations of the Earth, (Eev. xvii. 5.) which remains 
under the item Yet is : As John was instructed by the Angel, 
saying, (Eev. xvii. 8.) The Beast that thou sawest, was and 

is not ; and Yet is. 

London: Printed by E. Coucliman, Sfc. ... 12ino. 1S40. 1\ 

Hope warring against excuse, and against deception, hid under 

the vail. By John Ashby. 

London : Printed by E. Coucliman, Throgmorton Street. 

ISmo. 1841. 8J 

Faith and "Works considered in their united state ; with an 

exhortation to the People. 

London : Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street. 

ISmo. 1842. 1 

The Love of the Truth vindicated against the Spirit of error ; 

and a warning to the People against the Spirit of the vain- 
glory of the world. 

London : Printed by E. Couchnan, Throgmorton Street. 

ISmo. 1842, 4 

Observations on the Change in Man from being carnally- 
minded, which is death ; to be spiritually-minded, which is 
Life and Peace. 

London : Printed by E. Coucliman, Throgmorton Street. 

ISmo. 1844. 5} 

The Pearl of Great Price, and the Hidden Treasure sought 

after by observation; and remarks on the Change in Man, 
from being carnally-minded, to be spiritually-minded. 

London : Printed by E. Coucliman, Throgmorton Street. 

12mo. 1S45. 
He died the ISth of 4th mo., 1S45, aged 73 years, and was buried in 
Friends' Burial-ground, Croydon. 

ASHBY, Maria, of Lsleworth, Middlesex ? 

Extracts from the Letters and "Writings of £2Ht'lliam Eaiu, 

with a short memoir taken from his Life, written by Richard 
Tighe. By Maeia Ashby. 

London : Printed for Harvey and Larton, Gracechurch 

Street. 12mo. 1S28. 5 

Eeprinted, — A New edition. — London : Published by Harvey 

and Larton, Gracechurch Street. ... ... ...12mo. 1831. 5 



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138 A CATALOGUE OF ASH 

ASHBT, Kichard, of London, afterwards of Norfolk. 

^[A Sermon preached by Mr. Bichard Ashby, at St. Martin's 

Le Grand, February the 16th ? 1693. In "The Concurrence 
and Unanimity of the People called Quakers, &c," page 111. 

8yo. 1694. 
Reprinted.— See Sermons. 

and Thomas Bonnet, John Hubbard, John Fiddeman, 

Daniel Phillips, and Thomas Buckingham. — The Defence 
of the People called Quakers : being a BEPLY to a Book 
lately published by certain Priests of the County of Norfolk, 
under the pretended Title of " The Quaker's Challenge" and 
containing some Brief and Modest Animadversions upon the 
Book itself. Several Certificates, which Detect the errors in 
those of West Dereham, and Clear the People called Quakers 
of the said Challenge. The Letters that passed between 
them and the Priests. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Soivle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious Street, and at the Bible in Leaden- 
hall Street 4to. 1699. 7 

■ and John Fiddeman and John Cade. — The True Light 

Owned aud Vindicated, and the Belieyees in it Defended : 
and Blasphemy and Blasphemers justly detected. 

London : Printed and Sold by T. Sowle, in White- Hart- 
Court, in Gracious Street ; and at the Bible in Leaden- 
hall Street 4to. 1699. If 

% &aIutatton of Eobt : being a Tender 'Exhortation for the 

Incouragement of Enquirers, who are seeking after the True 
God, and of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, whom to 
Know is Life Eternal. "Written in true Love to all People, 
but more particularly to the Inhabitants of Norfolk. By 

BlCHAllD ASHBET. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious Street, and at the Bible in Leaden- 
hall Street 4to. 1699 2\ 

Reprinted 8vo. 1705. 2 

The dTolb of a Eftetter made manifest : being some Brief obser- 

</ vations upon a Libel. Lately published, and Abusively 

entituled, " The Dangerous Imposture of Quakerism." 
Wherein the Envious Abuses of that Author are detected. 
By Eichakd Ashby. 

London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White Hart 
Court, in Gracious Street, and at the Bible in Leadenhall 

Street, near the Market. 4to. 1699. 1} 

A Eemark upon the 33ati)S in the City of Bath, in Somersetshire, 

with a Word of Tender Caution and Admonition to the 
Inhabitants thereof. (In verse.) 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... Folio. 1699. \ 



ASH FRIENDS' BOOKS. 139 

ASHBT, Richard, — continued. 

Christian Counsel, in the Spirit of Love and Meekness, 

Tenderly Becommended to the Serious Consideration of those 
French Prisoners, at Nottingham and Litchfield. (In French 
and English.) 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White Hart 

Court, in Gracious Street 8vo. 1705. lj 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition, with additional preface. ... 1794. 1 

Avis Chretien en esprit de Charite and de Douceur, Tendreraent 

recommande a la Consideration serieuse des Francois Prison- 
niers en Angle terre. 

(French only.) ... 8vo. No Printer s name, place or date. \ 

Avis Chretien, selon L'esprit de Charite et de douceur recom- 
mande, par un sentiment d'araour Fraternel, aux Francois 
Prisonniers a Nottingham et a Litchfield pour qu'ils en 
fassent l'objet de leurs Reflexions. 
Troisieme edition. (French only.) 

A Londres, Be L 'imprimerie de Jacques Phillips, George 

Yard, Lombard Street. 8vo. 1794. 1 

This edition has an additional Preface. 

A Tender Greeting and Exhortation to Youth. (In verse.) 

London : Printed by J. Sowle, in White- Hart- Court, in 

Gracious Street. ' Folio. 1707. | 

Reprinted in " Miscellanies in Prose and Verse." 
Dublin, printed, Sfc. 

Written at Worcester, " the 1st of the 12th month, 1706." 

— The Voice of Mortality, or a Necessary warning to prepare for 
death; being a Sermon preached at the Funeral of Mr. 
Gilbert Low, and Mr. William Harmer, (two of the People 
called Quakers; and) both considerable Tradesmen of the 
City of Norwich, September the 20th, 1710. By Mr. Richard 
Ashby. Taken in Short-hand, as it was delivered by him, at 
their Meeting House in the said City of Norwich ; and now 
transcribed, and printed at the Request of several of the 
Auditors in that Great Assembly. [Preface by R. L. (not a 
Friend).] 8vo. 1711. 

■ The same. — London : Reprinted and sold by J. Soivle, in White- 
Hart-Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1711. If 

An Epistle to The Called of God, everywhere ; in order to stir . u • 

up their minds, byway of Remembrance, of the Great end for V\ 

which they are called : with exhortation to keep unity. And 
also, a Word of advice, to the children of Believing Parents. 
With a Tender Salutation to all that truly fear the Lord. 
By Richard Ashby. 

London : Printed by the Assigns of J. Sowle, in White- 
Hart-Court, in Gracious Street, and at the Bible in 
George- Yard) Lombard Street Small 8vo. 1715. 2 



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140 A CATALOGUE OF ASH 

ASHBY, Eichard,— continued. 

An Exhortation to young people at the end of William Eoe's 

" Work while it is called to-day." 12mo. 1715. J 

A Faithful Waening to the Inhabitants of Great Britain ; 

but more particularly to those in and about London. 

London, Printed at the Bible in George Yard, Lombard 

Street. Folio. 1720. \ 

A Eelation of a visit to Three Malefactors, condemned at the 

Assizes at Thetford in Norfolk, Anno, 1721-2. To which is 
added, Advice to the Atheistical and Prophane. By Eichabd 
Ashbt. Eph. iv. 28 — Let him that stole, steal no more. 
London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the 

Bible in George-Yard, Lombard Street. ... 8vo. 1724. If 

The same. Norwich : Printed by H. Cross-grove, in St. Giles's. 

1724.— 1st edition, 1721-2. 1\ 
Reprinted in Norwich, 1724. 

A Christian Application, Call, and Faithful Warning, to the 

Inhabitants of Great Britain, but more particularly to those in 

and about London. (11th month, 1722.) B. 1722. \ 

Eeprinted. — London, Printed at the Bible in George Yard, 

Lombard Street Eolio. 1723. \ 

Christian Counsel to Erench Prisoners, with the addition of 

Abrige de Principes, &c, in Erench. ... ... ...8vo. 1J 

To the Toung People belonging to Mattishall Monthly 

Meeting, in the County of Norfolk, containing an Exhor- 
tation. — Query, whether printed? ... ... ... {No date.) 

He died at Wymondham, in Norfolk, the 21st of the 5th month, 1734, 
aged 71 years. 

ASHTON, Isaac, Senior, of Ormslcirh, Lancashire. 

A Short, Plain, and True Testimony, for and in the behalf of my 

deceased Eriend, Eoger Haydock, Given forth the 21st of the 
7th month, 1697. (In " Eoger Haydock's Collected Works.") 

8vo. 1700. I 

ASHWOETH, Henry, of Bolton, Lancashire. 

Statistical Illustrations of the past and present state of 

Lancashire, and more particularly of the Hundred of Salford. 
Erom the Quarterly Journal of the Statistical Society of 
London, Nov. 1842 8vo. London. 1842. 

The Preston Strike : an Enquiry into its Causes and Con- 
sequences 8vo. Manchester. 1854. 

Cotton : its cultivation, manufacture, and uses. A Paper 

read before the Society of Arts. 

London, etc. Manchester. 8vo. 1858. 



ATK friends' books. 141 

ASHWOKTII, Henry,— continued. 

Kecollections of a Tour in the United States of America, 

Canada, and Cuba. By Henry Ash worth. 

Bolton : James Hudsmith. ... ... ... ... 1859. 

**,* This is a reprint from the Bolton Chronicle. 

A Tour in the United States, Cuba, and Canada. A course of 

lectures delivered before the members of the Bolton 
Mechanics' Institution. ... ... ... 8vo. London. 1861. 

ATKIN, Thomas, of Boss, Herefordshire ; after of Dursley, Glou~ 
cester shire. 

SOME REASONS why the People called Quakers ought to 

enjoy their Meetings peaceably. Published for the Infor- 
mation of those who are not Acquainted with their Way, and 
to prevent mistakes concerning them. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Sign of the 
Black- Spread-Eagle, and Windmill, in Martin's le- Grand. 

B. 1660. 1 

In Dutch B. 1661. £ 



In " Besse's Sufferings," vol. i., page 212, there is an interesting 
Conference between the Bishop of Gloucester and Thomas 
At kin. 

♦ATKINS, Sarah, of Chipping-JVorton, — was married many years 
since to Daniel Wilson (Son of the Bishop of Calcutta), a 
Clergyman then resident at Islington, and on changing 
her religious profession she was baptized in the name 
of Lucy. 

Botanical Bambles, designed as an early and familiar introduc- 
tion to the elegant and pleasing study of Botany. By the 
Author of " The Lndian Cabinet," " Useful Amusement," &c. 
(Frontispiece.) 

London : Published by Baldwin, CradocTc, and Joy, Pater- 
noster Bow, and W. Tite, Coleshill ; and sold by all other 
Booksellers. 

12mo. 1822. 9 

Eeprinted 18mo. 

Eruits of Enterprize exhibited in the Travels of Belzoni, in 

Egypt and Nubia, interspersed with the observations of a 
Mother to her Children. By the Author of " The India 
Cabinet." 

[Anonymous.] 
London : Printed for Harris and Son, St. PauVs Church 

Yard 12mo. 1822. 11 



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142 A CATALOGUE OF A T K 

ATKINS, Sarah, — continued. 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition. London : Printed for Harris and 
Son, St. Paul's Church-Yard 12mo. 1822. 11 

Reprinted. — 3rd edition. do. do. 

Reprinted. — 4th edition. do. do. 

Reprinted — 5th edition. London : John Harris, corner of 
St. Paul's Church-yard 12mo. 1825. 10£ 

ATKINSON, Aaron, of Leeds. 

Testimony concerning Christopher Story. In C. Story's Life. 

12mo. 1726. £ 
Reprinted. — See C. Story. 

♦ATKINSON, Christopher, of Westmoreland. 

The Standard of the Lord Lifted up Against the Kingdom of 

Satan, or, An Answer to A Book Entituled, " The Quakers 
Shaken," Written by one John Gilpin, with the help of the 
Priest of Kendal : Wherein is discovered bis Life, and how T 
the judgement of God was and is upon him, and how he hath 
been led by deceit and filthiness to blaspheme the name of 
the living God, and is returned with the dog to the vomit, 
and with the sow to her wallowing. By Christopher Atkin- 
son, a friend to the Kingdom of Jesus Christ. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to he sold at the 
sign of the Black-Spread-Eagle, neer the West-end of 

Pauls 4to. 1653. 5 

* # * This tract has a Preface by Edwd. Burrough, and a Postscript 
by Chris r - Atkinson, Francis Howgil, Miles Halhead, Thomas Holme, 
Thomas Casley, Alice Wilson, Agnes Turner. Margaret JVewby, Mary 
Collinson, Jane Waugh, Dorothy Waugh, Mary Howgill, Elizabeth 
Levens, Anne Tonrpson, Elizabeth Bateman, Mabel Warriner, 
Margaret Gilpin, Prisoners at Kendal. 

/ The Sword of the Lord Drawn, and furbished against the 

V man of Sin : or Something in answer to a Paper set forth by 

three of the chief Priests of London, whose names are Thomas 
Goodwine, and one Nye, and Sydrach Sympson, which they 
have put forth to the propagating of the Gospel, signed by 
bim that is the Clerk of the Pari., whose name is Henry 
Scobell, with their deceits and deceitfull actings laid open and 
cleared from Scripture, that they have no example in Scrip- 
ture for their practice. Therefore I was moved by the Lord 
God of life to lay open their deceit by the Spirit of Truth, 
as it was made manifest in me from the Lord, that the simple 
might not be deceived by them, but might have the know- 
ledge of the Truth, from that which is for ever, and shall not 
change nor fade away. By one whose Name in the flesh is 
Christopher Atkinson, who am one that the world doth scorn- 
fully call a Quaker. 

London, Printed, and are to he sold by Giles Calvert, at the 
sign of the Black-Spread-Eagle, at the West-end of Pauls. 

4to. 1654. 1 



ATK friends' books. 143 

ATKINSON, Christopher,— continued. 

and George Whitehead. — David's Enemies discovered. Who 

of him make Songs, but without the Spirit aud without 
understanding, as the Drunkard did which he declares of in 
Psal. 69. 12. or, A True Discovery of that Custome and 
Forme which the Priests of this Generation would make an 
Ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest 
Clapham in his 6 Arguments, which is here answered, by us 
who suiter for the Truth, whose names according to the flesh 
are Christopher Atkinson, George Whitehead. Also a brief 
Reply unto FrederickAVoodalV s three Principles and Resolves 

from one whose name in the flesh is, Richard Hub- 

berthorne. 

London : Printed for Giles Calvert at the Black-Spread- 
Eagle at the West-end of Pauls 4to. 1655. 3 

and Eichard Hubberthorne, and James Lancaster. The Testi- 
mony of the everlasting Gospel witnessed through sufferings. 

4to. No printer s name or date. 1 

The part by C. A. is entitled " An Epistle written in the bonds of the 
Gospel, to be published abroad amongst the inhabitants of England, 
Rulers, Magistrates and People." Dated, " From the Gaol of Nor- 
wich, 13th of 10th mo. [1654]." 

— and George Whitehead, James Lancaster, and Thomas Simonds. 
Ishmael, and his Mother, cast out into the Wilderness, 
amongst the Wild Beasts of the same nature : or A Reply to 
a Book entitulled, The Scriptures proved to be the word of 
God, put forth by one of Ishmael's children, who calls him- 
self a Minister of the Gospel, and a Pastor of S. Austins and 
Savours Parish in Norwich ; but is clearly made manifest by 
the light of God in his Servants, to be a Scoffer, and an 
enemy to the Gospel, which the Saints of God are Ministers 
of, and Sufferers for, by such as hee is, who Ishmael-like, hath 
laid his folly open, and is discovered to the faithful, who are 
of Abraham, and of the seed of Promise. Also, a cleer dis- 
tinction between the Ministers of Christ, who are of the seed 
of Abraham, and the Priests of this generation, who are of 
Ishmaels root ; who with the Truth are plainly made manifest, 
by the light of Christ in us, who for the testimony of God do 
suffer by the Sons of Hagar, and this generation of the 
Priests in Norwich : Given forth for no other end, but that 
the truth may be cleered from such as scoff and deny it. 
Given forth from the Spirit of the Lord in us that do suffer in 
Gaol of Norwich for the truth's sake, which is persecuted a]*d 
slandered by the Priests and Rulers of this City. Whose 
names in the flesh is, Christopher Atkinson, George Whitehead, 
James Lancaster, Thomas Simonds. 



14-4 A CATALOGUE OF AUD 

ATKINSON, Christopher,— continued. 

London, Printed for Giles 'Calvert, at the Black Spread 

Eagle, at the west end of Pauls. ... ... 4to. 1655. 2 

N.B.— This pamphlet was reprinted by Francis Bugg, in 1700, and 
forms the Second Part of his book, entitled, " A Modest Defence," 
and this second part has two divisions, the title of the first is 
"Ishmael and his Mother, &c," but the running title is "The 
Venomous Snake Deeply Wounded," the 2nd division is a reply to 
it, entitled, " A Cutting Switch for the Wounded Snake," and 
follows the same pagination. 

* ATKINSON, Elizabeth, afterwards Henn. She turned against 
Friends and joined the Muggletonians. 

A Brief Discovery of the Labourers in Mistery Babylon, called 

Quakers, with a description how the subtile servant deceived 
them 4to. 1669. 

Answered by Ann Travers and E. Coleman. John Bolton also wit- 
nessed against her. 

ATKINSON, John, of Finston, Yorkshire. 

— ' — A Testimony concerning Saml. "Watson. (In Saml. Watson's 

Collected Works.) 12mo. 1712. £ 

ATKINSON, Sarah, of 

To a Mountebank Tumbler. Query, Whether printed ? 

ATKINSON, Thomas, of Lancashire. 

The Christian's Testimony against Tythes, In an Account of 

the great Spoil and Rapine committed by the Bishop of 
Chester's Tythe-Farmer, at Cartmell, in Lancashire, upon 
the People there called Quakers, in the years 1677 and 1678. 

4to. Printed in the year, 1678. 2. 
See Sufferings. 

An Exhortation to all People. 

4to. JSfo Printer's name or place [1684.] 1 
" Written in the 8th month, in the year of Christ, 1684, and in the 
80th year of my age. — T. A.'' 

ATTDLAND, John, of near Kendal, in Westmoreland. 

A Word to all those who live after their own wills, that they 

may be witnesses against themselves, that they are Persecu- 
tors, &c. At the end of James Nayleb's m Answer to the 
Book, called the Perfect Pharisee." ... ... 4to. 1655. \ 

The Innocent delivered out of the Snare, and the Blind 

Guide Fallen into the Pit ; or, An Answer to a Booke enti- 
tuled, " The Great Mysteries of Godliness and Ungodliness, 
full of Lies, Slanders, and false accusations ; Put forth by 
Balph Parmer, a pretended Minister in the City of Bristol, 
against those innocent, peaceable, despised people scornfully 
called Quakers, wherein John Thurloe, Secretary of State, to 
whom P. Farmer's Book was directed, may read the Answer 
wherein their false accusations are made manifest. Also an 
Answer to William Prynne and Samuel Morris of Bristol. 



A U 1) PEIBNDS' HOOKS 145 

AUDLAND, John,— continued. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at 
his shop at the Black Spread Eagle, neer the West .End 
of Pauls. 4to. 1655. 

N.B. — The answer to Wm. Prynne is by Amos Stoddart, Simon Dring, 
and others. The answer to Willm. Morris, by E. B., Gervase 
Benson, John Fallowfield, John Moorland, and others. 

The School-Master Disciplin'd : or, a REPLY to a Lying 

Paper, entitul'd, " The Gadding Tribe reproved :" put forth 
under the name of George Willington, School-master in the 
City of Bristol; in which he is proved to be the Gradder 
and Lyar, which with the Light is for condemnation. Also, 
An Answer to a scandalous Paper, put forth by William 
Brynne, entituled, " The Quakers unmasked and clearly 
detected" wherein his slanders are made to appear, and he 
clearly detected, being taken with a lye in his mouth. 
Whereunto is added a Reply to an additional Paper, put forth 
by William B'/nne, in his lying, inlarged Edition of his 
scandalous paper aforementioned ; in which he is more 
unmasked, and proved to be spawned from the Father of 
Lies, whose refuge is sweeping away. By one loho is a 
Witness against prophaneness of Briests and Beople, called, 
John Attdland. 

London, Brinted for Giles Calvert, at the Black- Sp>r e ad- 
Eagle neer the ivest end of Bauls. ... ... 4to. 1G55. 2 

Works, page 107 — 154. 

The Suffering Condition of the Servants of the Lord at this 

day, vindicated : and some reasons giren why the People 
called Quakers, do own the Doctrine of Christ, to continue 
in it, aud to meet together in the Name and Fear of the 
Lord, to wait upon him, and worship him in Spirit and Truth, 
notwithstanding they meet with Sufferings in this present 
time for so doing.— Bristol, the 6th Month, 1662. John 
Audland. ... ... 4to. London : Brinted in the Year 1662. 3j 

Works, page 184. 

N.B. — At the end of this piece, is " Some Queries to any that profess 
themselves Christians, and yet are Persecutors of them who at this 
day are Sufferers for Conscience sake," by John Wilkinson, which 
is omitted in the Works. 

The Memory of the Eighteous Revived ; being a Brief 

Collection of the Books and Written Epistles of Stofyn Camm 
A and $oi)n gtuDlantJ, — Together with several Testimonies 

\jp relating to those two Faithful Labourers. — Published for the 
' p.* service of Truth and Friends, by €I)oma$ £amm and 

Charles fltta^all. 

London, Brinted and sold by Andrew Sowle, at the 
Crooked-Billet in Holloway-Lane, in Shoreditch, and at 
the Three-Keys in Nag s -Head-Court in Graccchurch 
street ' Svo. 16S9. 27^ 



/ 



146 A CATALOGUE OF AUD 

AUDLAND, John, — continued. 

Life of John Audland. In " Tuke's Biographical Notices," 

vol. 2, page 195 12mo. York. 1815. 

Reprinted. — See Henry Tuke. 

A Memoir of John Audland, in " The Friends' Library," vol. 5. 

Philadelphia, 1841 . 

He died the 22nd day of the 1st month, 1663-4, aged about 34 
years, an<l was buried at Birkrig-Park. For further Particulars 
respecting him, see " Piety Promoted." 

AUDLAND, Anne, (his wife) formerly Ann Newby, and afterwards 
wife to Thomas Camm. 

A True Declaration of the Suffering of the Innocent, who is 

hated and persecuted without a cause. Wherein is discovered 
the Zeale of the Magistrates and People of Banbury, per- 
secuting and imprisoning them that are sent of the Lord in 
love to their souls to warn them of the evill of their ways. 
Declared in a Letter sent to William Allen, called Justice of ■ 
Peace, with an answer to the false accusations charged upon 
the Innocent. Also their Proceedings laid open, and proved 
to be contrary to the Scriptures. 

London, Printed, and are to be sold by Giles Calvert, at 
the sign of the Blaclc-Spread-JEagle at the west end of 
Pauls 4to. 1655. 1 

Republished with " The Saints' Testimony finishing through 
Sufferings, &c," page 28. 

See Sufferings. 

A Warning from the Spirit of the Lord (in his Handmaid), 

Anne Audland, to the Priest and persecuting people in Ban- 
bury, and all such as may be found in their nature, and falsly 
accusing and imprisoning the Servants of the Lord Jesus. 

4to. 1655. 

N.B. — This piece is inserted at page 10 of "The Saints' Testimony 
finishing through Sufferings, &c." 

She died the 30th of the 9th month, 1705, in the 79th year of her age. 

* ATJDLAND, Samuel. Query, whether a son of Anne Audland ? 
She had a rebellious son. — See " Piety Promoted." 

The Spirit of Quakerism cloven-footed ; or, immutable matter 

of fact. Containing, 1. A Summary account of Henry 
Winders Case, and of the measures concerted by some 
Quakers to take away his Life, by Lying Visions, Pevelations f 
Prophecies, &c. 2. A full Discovery of their forging Con- 
fessions, dating them many years before they could be signi- 
ficant ; putting a Witness his Name to a Certificate without 
iiis Knowledge, &c. In which their liefuges are expos'd, 



AXF FRIENDS 1 BOOKS. 147 

ATJDLAND, Samuel, — continued. 

with a Variety of Bern arks and Improvements never before 
Publish'd. In answer to Thomas CamrrCs late Pamphlet, 
entitnled, " Truth Prevailing." By Samuel Audland. With 
a Preface by Mr. [Thomas] Dixon. 



Manet altd mente Repostuui 



Judicium Puridis, Spretaxjue Injuria Format. Virg. En. Lib. 1. 
Flectere si iieques superos, Acheronta Moveho. Senec. Med. 

London: Printed for B. Burrough, and J. Baker, at the Sun 

and Moon, near the Royal Exchange, in Cornhill. 4to. 1707. 8 

A vile piece, answered by Thomas Caram. 

AUSTIN, Jeremiah, of North America. 

Gospel Doctrine vindicated, and freed from the mists in which 

it is involved by Oliver C. Bartlett's book, which he calls 
" A Vindication of the two Gospel ordinances, Baptism and 
the Lord's Supper." 

New-Bedford: Printed by Benjamin Lindsey. ... 8vo. 1818. lj 

AWMACK, Ann, of Yorkshire. 

Some experiences of Ann Awmack, wrote by her own hand 

a few months before her decease. 
Query, whether printed ? 

AXFOBD, John, of Lacock, in Wiltshire. 

i&itlXfm Clings! brought to flight for the increase of Knowledge 

in reading the Bible. Being an explanation of the Coyns, 
Money, Weights, Measures, mentioned in the Bible ; as 
Shekels, Talents, pieces of silver, Silverlings, Pence, tyc. 
Also, in Avhat Chapters and Verse or verses they are to be 
found. Likewise, the Weights and Measures, how much they 
are of English. And also, Hard words of Office and Sects 
explained. Licensed according to order. 

London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, next door to the 
Meeting- Souse in White Hart-Court, in Gracious- 
street ; and at the Bible in Leadenhall-street, near the 
Market 12mo. 1697. 1J 

An Epitomt. shewing when the Protestant Religion began, 

why so call'd, the parts thereof, &c. By John Ax ford. 

Small 8vo. London, Printed for the Author, 1700. 1 

N.B. — The rest of the Title is the same as the following 
Reprint, — viz., 

An Epithome of the Protestant Beligion : shewing when the 

name Protestant began, why the People were so call'd. Of 
the Three Creeds, and wherefore People stand up when one 
is said. How and when Infant-Baptism came to be used ; 
and when and w r herefore God-Fathers and God-Mothers (so 

L2 



X 



148 A CATALOGUE OF ATN 

AXFORD, John, — continued. 

call'd) came to be ordain'd, and the sign of the Cross to be 
used ; and when and how Sprinkling came to be used instead 
of Dipping. Also, the Presbyterians, and what they hold, 
and what Scriptures they produce. And the Lndependants, 
and the Baptists, what scriptures they produce. The 
Quakers, somewhat of their Principles, and what scriptures 
they Produce. By John Axford, of Lacock in Wiltshire. 
London, Printed and Sold by Henry Hills, in Black - 

Fryars 8vo. [1700 or 1701.] 1 

§ AYNSLOE, John, of Cambridge. 

A Letter to a Friend in London, describing the visage of the Prisoners in Cam- 

bridge Goal ; dated, Cambridge County Goal, the 31st of the 11th 
month, 1660. 

First Letter from John Aynsloe to the Justices, 25th of the 11th month, 

1660. 

Second Letter from John Aynsloe to the same, 28th of the 11th month, 

1660. 

Reasons for refusing bonds, extract of another letter from John Ajmsloe. 

N.B. — The 4 preceding may be found in " Besse's Sufferings." 

A Besome of Truth, To Sweep away The Eefuge of Lies, or, 

Something in Answer to one Francis Holder aft (Priest) a 
Prisoner in Cambridge Castle ; who hath belvedand slandered, 
and falsely accused an Innocent people, in Twelve parcels of 
Paper ; but his Lies and false Accusations are Swept away, 
and the Truth of their Doctrine cleared and vindicated ; and 
his Lying confused Spirit Reproved : also the Ground of the 
Difference shewed between the people (in scorn called 
Quakers) and some other separated people : With a few words 
of good Councel unto all people into whose hands this may 
come. — By a Follower of the Lamb, through the great 
Tribulation, John Aynsloe. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1664. lj 
*** Written in Cambridge Castle, the 7th Month, 1664. 

An Epistle written in the movings of G-od's Holy Spirit unto 

the Elect People of God everywhere. Cambridge County 
Gaol, the 13th of the 1st month, 1664. 

Small Broadside. No Printer 's name or place. [1064.] 1 

%A Lamentation over Cambridge. 

Broadside, 1665. 1 

A Visitation of Love unto the late inhabitants of London. 

Broadside. 1666. 1 

A Short Description of the true Ministers and the False. 

4to. 1672. 2 

N.B. — In 1678, John Aynsloe's Proceedings in Marriage were testified 
against as disorderly, some account of which may be found in 
Francis Bugg's books, but query whether his account is to be 



B. FK I ends' books. 149 

§ AY'XSLOE, John, — continued. 

depended upon. Whether he finally left the Society I am 
unable to say. 

^[Several Things given forth by the Spirit of the Loiid, 

through a Vessel prepared to do the Father's Will, known by 
the Name of 3>oI)n Slnsloe. 

4to. No Printer's name or place [About 1(383.] J 
*** Answered by John Tyso. 
He died at Over, Cambridgeshire, the 17th of the 6th month, 1693. 

B. 

*B., C. 

A Paper of Condemnation, past at York. Together with a 

Paper written by way of Answer thereunto. Whereby in part, 
may be seen the difference between the Conforming and Dis- 
centing Parties. Recommended to the Monthly Meetings, 
desireing they will impartially consider the same. Published 
by C. B. 

(About 1G85-6.) 4to. No Printer s name, place or date. 1J 

"At the Quarterly Meeting held at York, the ISth and 19th days of 
the Fourth Month, 1684." Signed by John Leak, John Taylor, 
Thomas Waite, Robert Lodge, Isaac Lindley, John Blakeling, 
Samuel Thornton (and many others). 

%* This is a copy of the heading of the first-named paper issued 
against the following friends, John Cox, Edward Nightingale, 
Thomas Dennison, Jo. Winnard (and others). 

%* Answered by George Myers, of Yorkshire. 
B., E. — See Edwaed Bueeough and Edwaed Billing. 

B., E. — No Title. Begins. — " Blessed is he that is not offended in 
Christ, who cannot be offended in him, &c." (In IMS., and 
supposed by Edwaed Bcrrough.) 

4to. No date. 

B., F. — To all that observe Dayes. (Supposed to have been written 
about 1660.) 

Folio. No Printer s name, place or date. -?. 

II B. (M. A.). 

On Peace. By a young Pemale under fourteen years of age, who 

has been above two years a subscriber to the Peace Society. 
(In verse.) 

Richard Clay, Printer, 9, Devonshire Street, Bishopsgate. 

8vo. No date. | 

B. (R. Query, Bichaed Bakee or Kichaed Beadlt ? 

■ ^[ The Strength and Power of God manifested [in the Creatures 

weakness] against the hard judgment and judgments of cruel 
and unreasonable-mmded men, (in and of the World, and 
World's spirit, and worldly censures) : whoso rashness and 
hastinesse [therein] against the innocent, God hath found out 



150 A CATALOGUE OF 



B. 



x 



B , — continued. 

a way to overcome and subject (even patience and endurance 
[of and under sufferance] in the quiet and meek life and 
spirit of the Lamb of the Father's Glory) the fury and rage 
of man, that turneth to the praise and glory of God; and 
returns the evill and mischief [therof ] on their own heads (as 
the remainder of what more of the rage and fury [of mans 
cruelty] than makes for such honour and praise of God and 
his creatures good) he doth restrain. 

4to. Xo Printer's name, place, or date. % 

B. (E. Query, Eichaed Baker or Eichabd Beadly ? 

The "Work of Sin (in the Flesh) condemned, and the Power of 

the Enemy (in and over the creature mankind) by Spiritual 
"Weapons resisted, and warred against ; in a controle of the 
dark reason and imaginations and conceivings, of fallen man 
in and under the curse of the Law that was added because of 
transgression ;) and wherein is opened and unfolded, by and 
from the Spirit, of Truth, the AEistery of much and many 
Truths contained in, the Holy Scriptures, in these several 
particulars of the Doctrine of Holy Faith. 1st, Concerning 
new wine put into old Bottles, or a new piece of cloath into 
an old Garment, &c. 

Ito. London, printed in the Year, 166b 

B. B. 

■" Ceums of Comfoet for the Mouenpul Babe of Hope ; from 

one that condoleth the Distresse of the Daughter of Sion, 
that had been healed deceitfully, which caused her wound 
again to break out, for which she hath suffered reproach ; 
but the root of the matter being throughly searched into, she 
is now come and invited to the day of a perfect cure. 
Wherein the ground of all Apostasie and backsliding from 
the Spirit of Truth, is discovered, and objections answered, 
concerning the one offering, that for ever hath perfected them 
that are sanctified ; how it can be but one offering, or offered 
once for all, and yet he crucified afresh ; who in that he dyed 
once, dyeth no more, death hath no more dominion ; and also 
how and when the Apostasie came in first ? [About 166-1 ?] 

Ito. Xo Printer s name, place, or date, o 

%* The only copy I have seen of this tract is in the Library of Peel 
Meeting, London. 

B. (E. Query, Eichaed Bakee or Eichard Bradly ? 

■[ How the Love of God is the True Ground of hatred of Sin. 

(Xot paged.) ... ... Ito. Xo Printer's name, place, or date. 

% Concerning the Judgements of God ; for and against what 

they are decreed, and what Judgement is in itself. And 
> what is the Eternal Judgement of God against the wicked 
and ungodly. (Not pagecn) 4to. Xo Printer 's name, plac 



BAC friends' books. 151 

§ B., S. (Supposed Susannah Blandfokd, a Northamptonshire 
woman, adherent of WlLLIAM Eogers. 

A Small account given forth by one that hath been a Traveller 

for these 10 years in the good old way, and as an incourage- 
ment to the weary to go forward ; I by experience have found 
there is a Rest remains for all they that truly trusts in the 
Lord. S. B. 8vo. Printed in the Tear, 1698. 2| 

A Small Treatise writ by one of the True Christian Faith ; who 

believes in God and in his Son Jesus Christ. By S. B. 

8vo. London, Printed in the Year, 1700. 1J 
|| B. (T.) and E. P. 

Two Epistolary Treatises concerning the Christian Eeligion. 

Eirst, A General and impartial View into the Christian Eeli- 
gion. "Wrote for the satisfaction of a Friend, a Noncon- 
formist. By W. C, and published with his consent. Second, 
Christian Liberty asserted, and Gospel Truths Vindicated. 
In answer to the said impartial View. By T. B. and E. P. . 

8vo. London, Printed oy J. Huggonson, in the Tear, 1732. 4^ 

B., "W. — See AVilliam Bayly. 

B., W. — Un die Einwohner der Statt Oldenburg. (Geeman, only) 

■Ito. jVo Printers name, £>lace, or date. ^ 
%* Supposed by William Bayly. 

BACHE (Humphry, of Tower Street, London, and a Member of the 
Snail Meeting. 

A Few words in true love written to the old long sitting Parlia- 
ment, who are yet left alive, and do sit there now in the 
Parliament House at Westminster. 

4to. London, Printed for 21. W. 1659. H 

The Voice of Thunder, or The Sound of a Trumpet giving a 

certain sound, saying. Arise ye dead, and come to Judgement, 
the Light, to guide you to Judge out the evil, that righteous- 
ness you may learn, &c. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... ... ito. 1659. 1 

■ Humphrey Bache, or Eestitution the Fruit of Conversion. 

Manchester: Printed. 12mo. 1847: | 
He died of consumption, the 18th of 6th month, 1662. 

BACKHOUSE, Anna, daughter of Joseph John Gurney. 

A Brief Sketch of the Life of Anna Backhouse, by one who knew 

her well, loved her much, and was often instructed by her. 

w For honourable age is not that which standeth in length of time, 

nor that which is measured by number of years." 
"But wisdom is the gray hairs unto men, and an unspotted life i^> 

old age." 



152 A CATALOGUE OP BAC 

BACKHOUSE. Anna— continw i. 

John Podgers. Burlington, New Jersey. 

8vo. 1852. About 200 pages. 

%* "This volume is only printed for A. B.'s family and particular 
friends, and it is requested that it may not be published without 
the consent of the Editor. 

•• West Hill, 1852." — Xote preceding the Work. 

BACKHOUSE, Deborah, wife of James Backhouse, of York. 

A Memoir of Deborah Backhouse. 

York : Printed hy W. Alexander and Son, Castlegate, Sfc. 

12mo. Is2s. 2) 
Eepriuted. — 2nd edition (with alterations). York : Printed, fyc. 

12mo. 1S2S. 21 
,, By the London Tract Association. 12mo. 1847. \ 

See Tract No. 99. 
She died the 10th of the 12th month, 1827. aged 34 years. 

BACKHOUSE, Edward and Thomas J. and Thomas Mounsey, of 
Sunderland. 

Biographical Memoirs : being a Eecord of the Christian lives, 

experiences, and deaths, of Members of the Religious Society 
of Friends, from its Kise, to 1653. By Edward and Thomas 
J. Backhouse, and the late Thomas Mounsey. Vol 1. 

London : W. and F. G. Cash, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

Darlington: Harrison Penney. ... ... 12mo. 1854. 11^- 

Bx^CKHOUSE, Hannah Chapman, Daughter of Joseph and Jane 
Gurney, and wife of Jonathan Backhouse, of Darlington, was 
born at Norwich, the 9th of 2nd month, 1787. 

A Discourse delivered by Mrs. Hannah C. Backhouse, at the 

Friends' Meeting House, Cheltenham, on Sunday evening, 
August 11th, 1844«. G. Korman, Short-hand writer, 
Cheltenham. 

Cheltenham : Printed and Published by JRoice and Norman, 
Examiner Office, Clarence Street, Sfc. ... Svo. [1S-44.] 1 

Extracts from the Journal and Letters of Hannah Chapman 

Backhouse. Not published. [Edited by Jake Guekey Fox, 
of Falmouth.] 

Svo. {London : Richard Barrett, Printer, JMark Lane.) ls5S. 18| 

She died the 6th day of 5th mo. 1850, aged 63 years. See A Memoir 
of her at the end of "The Annual Monitor, for 1851," page 86. 

BACKHOUSE, James, of York, 1* '.S^-lfcfeS. 

An Address on musical festivals, Concerts, and fancy dress 

Balls. Svo. 1S25. J 

Memoirs of Francis Howgiil, with extracts from his writings. 

By James Backhouse. 

York : Printed hi/ TV. Alexam ■<. Castlegate, Sfc, 

l2mo. 1828 






B A C FKlt:XI)s' BOOKS 153 

BACKHOUSE, James, — continued. 

Two Papers upon the use and sale of distilled Spirits, By 

James Backhouse, of York, one written just before leaving 

England, and the other on his voyage towards the Cape o 
Good Hope. An Address on the use of Ardent Spirits. On 
the Sale of Spirits by members of the Society of Friends. 
London : Sold by Harvey Sf Barton, 55, Graceclturch 
Street; and Edmund Fry, 7, Houndsditch. Price One 
Penny. ... ... ... ... ... Folio. So date. 1 

A Concise Apology for the peculiarities of the Society of 

Friends in their Language, Costume, and Manners. 

Printed by James Ross, Ilobart Town. ... 12mo. [1833.] /.> 

Eeprinted. — See Appendix B, of his "Narrative of a Visit to 
the Australian Colonies." 

The Question, " are Judicial Oaths" lawful, answered; with 

some observations on the moral influence of Judicial Oaths. 

Printed by James Ross, Ilobart Town. ... 12mo. [1833.] 1 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

Sydney : Printed at the Colonist Office, Australian College 

Buildings. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1835. 1 

Ditto, again. — See Appendix C of the same work. 

Observations on the Operation of the Holy Spirit upon the 

mind of man, extracted from an Essay by Francis Howgill. 

Ilobart Town : Printed by James Ross. ... 12mo. 1834. 1 

Anonymous. 

Sentiments of the Society of Friends on Divine Worship and 

Gospel Ministry. 

Ilobart {ToiL-n :) Printed by William Gore Elliston, 

Collins Street, Van Dienien's Land. . . 12mo. 1837. f 

and Geo. W. Walker. — An Address to the Prisoner Popu- 
lation of New South Wales and Van Dieman's Land. 

Sydney : Printed by Henry Bull, Australian College 

Buildings 12rao. 1837. 1 

Eeprinted. — The. 2nd edition. 

Sydney: Printed by Henry Bull, §c. ... 12mo. 1837. 1 

Eeprinted again. — See Appendix L of his " Narrative of a 
Visit to the Australian Colonies." 

A Letter addressed to James Backhouse and George 

Washington Walker, by a Convict, Confined on Goat Island, 
Port Jackson, New South Wales. [Written 1837.] 

York : Printed 1 for tl/e Tract Association. 12mo. [1842.] 

Reprinted.— See Appendix 31 of the same work. 



154 A CATALOGUE 0¥ B A C 

BACKHOUSE, James,— continued. 

and Geo. W. Walker. — A Christian Address to the Free 

Inhabitants of New South Wales and Van Dieman's Land. 

Sydney: Printed by Henry Ball, §'c 12mo. 1837. L{ 

Keprinted. — See Appendix N of the same work. 

Salvation by Jesus Christ. [See Axoxymous.] 

Cape Town : Printed. 12mo. 1838. 1 

Ditto, in Dutch, entitled, " De Zaligrnaking door Jezus Christus." 

Cape Town, Printed. 12mo. 1838. 1-^i 

Ditto in Caffer, entitled, " Ukukululeka, G-u JesusiKiris-itusi.'' 

Cape Town : Printed. 12mo. 1840. 1 T L 

Ditto, in Susutu, the Language of the Basutu, a section of the 

Bechuana Nation of South Africa, entitled, " Topollo e 
entsoeng Ki Yesu-Kereste." 

Richard Pike fy Co., Printers, Cape Town. ... l2mo. [1840.] 1 

Keprinted by The York and London Tract Associations. 

See No. 47 of the York, and 75 of the London Series of Friends' 
Tracts. 

Ditto. See Appendix C of his "Narrative of a Visit to the Mauritius 
and South Africa." 

and Geo. W. Walker.— Een Woord van Christelyke Eaad- 

geving aan de Blanke Inwoners van Zuid-Afrika. — A Word 
of Christian Counsel to the White Inhabitants of South 
Africa. [Dutch, translated by L. Marquard.] 

Kaapstad : Saul Solomon, "Gazette" Kantoor, No. 10, 

St. George Straat ' 12mo. 1810 1 

Ditto, in the Appendix E of his " Tisit to the Mau- 
ritius, &c.'- 

and George W. Walker. — Eene Christelyke Vermaning aan 

de Gekleurde Inwoners van Zuid-Africa. — A Christian Ex- 
hortation to the Coloured Inhabitants of South Africa. 
[Dutch, translated by L. Marquard.] 
Kaapstad: Saul Solomon, " Gazette" Kantoor, No. 10, 

St. George Straat 12mo. 1840. 1 

Ditto in the Appendix F of the same work. 

and Geo. W. Walker. Observations submitted in Brotherly 

Love, to the Missionaries and other Gospel Labourers, in 
South Africa. 

Cape Town : Saul Solomon, Si Gazette " Office, No. 10, 

St George's Street. 12mo. [1840.] | 



BAC friends' books. 155 

BACKHOUSE, James, — continued. 

Extracts from the Letters of James Backhouse, now engaged 

in a Beligious Visit to Van Dieman's Land, and New South 
Wales, accompanied by George Washington Walker. Part 
1st. 8vo. 

Lindfield : Printed by TV. Hade, at the Schools of Industry. 

.1834. 5f 

Keprinted.— -The 2nd edition, 8vo. Lindfield. ... 1837.51 

The 3rd edition, Svo. London 1838. 5| 

— Extracts from the Letters of, Part 2nd. ... ... 8vo. 1837. 4| 

2nd edition, Svo. London. 1838. 4J 

Part 3rd, 8vo 1838. 5§ 

Part 4th, Svo 1838. 5 

— Extracts from the Letters of, when engaged in a Beligious 
Visit in Australia, accompanied by Geo. Washington AValker. 
Part 5th, 8vo 1839. 3| 

— Extracts from the Letters of, when engaged in a Beligious 
Visit on the Island of the Mauritius. Part 6th. ... Svo. 1839. 5£ 

— Do. whilst engaged in a Beligious Visit to South Africa. 
Part 7th Svo. 1840. 5^ 

Do. Part 8th Svo. 1840. 5g 

Do. Part 9th Svo. 1841. 6| 

Do. Part 30th Svo. 1S41. 6^ 

— An Appeal on behalf of the Griquas, and other Coloured 
People of South Africa ; with a brief statement of the Appli- 
cation of Funds for the Promotion of Education, Agriculture, 
&c. 

York : Printed by John Lewis Linney, 15, Low Ousegate. 

Svo. 1841. i 
Reprinted in The Irish Friend, Vol. 4, page 108. 

— An Application for Assistance to print in the Language of the 
Bechuanas of Southern Africa, the Scripture Lessons of the 
British and Foreign School Society. 

York : Printed by John Lewis Linney, 15, Low Ousegate. 

Svo. 1841. f 
Reprinted in The Irish Friend, Vol. 4, page 173. 

— The Effects of the Gospel on the Afrikaner Family of the 
Great Namacqua Land, South Africa. Compiled chiefly from 
the Journal of James Backhouse. ... ... ... 1841. 

— Self- Justification. 
York : Printed and sold by John L. Linney, for the 

" York" Tract Association. ... ... ... 12mo. 1842. \ 

Reprinted again. — See Youk Tracts, No. 21. 12mo. 1846, j t 



156 A CATALOGUE OF \) 

BACKHOUSE, James, — continual. 

A Narrative of a Visit to the Australian Colonies, by James 

Backhouse. Illustrated by Three maps, Fifteen etchings, 
and several woodcuts. 

London : Hamilton^ Adams, and Co., Paternoster How. 

York: John L. Linnet/, Low Ousegate. ... 8vo. 1843. 45| 

A Narrative of a Visit to the Mauritius and South Africa, by 

James Backhouse. Illustrated by Two maps, Sixteen 
etchings,' and twenty-eight wood-cuts. 

London : Hamilton, Adams, ana Co., Paternoster Bow. 

York : John L. Linney, Low Ousegate. . 8vo. 1844. 43 

A Report of the Appropriation of Funds for the Griquas, and 

other coloured people of South Africa ; with an application 

for further assistance. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1845. 

See also some extracts in The Friend, vol. 3, page 55. 

Memoir of Llewellyn Cupido Michels, a Hottentot of South 

Africa. 

York : John L. Linney, 15, Low Ousegate ; London : 
Charles Gilpin. 12mo. 184(3. \ 

The Life and Correspondence of William and Alice Ellis, of 

Airtou By James Backhouse. 

London : Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

York: John L. Linney, Low Ousegate ... 8vo. 1849. 19^ 

A Short Eecord of the Life and Experience of Thomas Bulman, 

of Irthington. By James Backhouse. 

London : Chaises Gilpin, Bishopsgate Street. Lames 

LLunton, York. ISmo. 1851. 2 

■ A Genealogical Account of the Backhouse Family. 

The Life and Labours of George Washington Walker. By 

James Backhouse and Charles Tylor. 

8vo. London (York printed)- 1802. 3G| 
See G. W. Walker. 
BACKHOUSE, James, Jun., of York. 

Is War lawful for the Christian ? An Essay. By James 

Backhouse, jun. 

York : Thomas Brady, Printer, 15, Loiv-Ousegate, Sfc. 

8vo. 1860. 2£ 

A Reply to Canon Hey's Letter in the York Herald vindicating 

defensive war * ... 12mo. 1860. ^ 

Magistracy and War. An Essay. By James Back- 
house, jun. 

York : Thos. Brady, 15, Low-Ousegate, fyc. ... Svo. 1862. lj 

Will it stand the Test ? 

York : Thomas Brady, lb y Low-Ousegate 12mo. 18(54. -, 






|> v C FRIENDS' BOOKS. 157 

BACKHOUSE, John, youngest son of Jonathan and Ann Back- 
house, of Darlington, was born 20th of 3rd mo. 17 

A Short account of John Backhouse, of Beech wood, Darlington. 

York : Printed bij John Coultas, Ouse Bridge. 

12 mo. 1847. 20 panes. 

He died the 17th of 8th month, 1847, aged 63 years. 
Sec "The ANNUAL MONiTOB," for 1848. 

BACKHOUSE, Katherine, of Darlington, (formerly Capper, of 
London, and wife of John Backhouse. 

A Memoir of Mary Capper. [Edited by K. B.] Svo. London, 1847. 27 

An Address to the Society of Friends. (Not Published.) 

Darlington : Printed bij Harrison Penny, Prebend Row. 

12mo. 1856. h 

BACKHOUSE, William, of Darlington. 

and James Janson, — A Guide to true Peace ; or, a method of 

attaining to Inward and Spiritual Prayer, compiled chiefly 
from the writings of Eeneion, Archbishop of Cambray, Lady 
Guion, and Michael de Molinos. 

Stockton: Printed by Christopher and Jennett. 24mo. 1813. 2 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition, corrected and enlarged. 

York : Printed for TV. Alexander, and sold by him ; also by 
Darton, Harvey fy Co., London. 24mo. 1SL5. 2 

Reprinted. — 3rd edition. 

York : Printed and Published by W. Alexander Sf Son, Sfc. 

24mo. 1823. 2 
Reprinted. — 4th edition. 

York : Printed by W. Alexander and Son, §c. 24mo. 1829. 2 

Reprinted, — A new edition, with " On Prayer," by Mont- 
gomery. 
Hobart Town : Printed by James Boss. . 12mo. 1834. 2 

Reprinted by A. W. Bennett, Bishopsgate Street Without, 

London 64mo. 1859. 2| 

Translated into Danish, and printed at Stavanger. 

William Backhouse died on First-day, the 9th of 6th month, 1844, 
aged 64 years, and was interred in Friends' Burial Ground, 
Darlington. 

BACON, Christopher, of Venice- Sutton on Pollen Hill, in Somerset- 
shire. 

& A Trumpet sounding an Alarum from the Spirit of Life 

Through an Inhabitant of the City of God, to all The 
Inhabitants of the Earth, But most especially to the Rulers and 
Inhabitants of the City of Exon : To the End, The dead may 
be raised, the deaf hear, the dumb speak, the lame walk, and 
the unclean spirit cast out, and the poor receive the Gospel. 

ito. London, Printed in the Yeer. 1GG2. 1\ 



158 A CATALOGUE OF BAK 

BACON, Christopher, — continued. 

Three General Epistles for the Whole Body of 



ry Friends. 1 ) ( William Caton. 



4 " I 2 V From I R. Greenivay. 

3 j ( Christopher Bacon. 

4to. Printed in the Ycer 1602. 2 

N.B. — Christopher Bacon's epistle was written in Exon Goal, the 24 th 
of the 10th month, 1662. 

A Testimony concerning him, By Eiciiard Samble. 

4to. No Printer's name or place, (1678) h 

See Richard Samble and "Testimonies/ - 
He died at Falmouth, in Cornwall, the 29th of the 10th month, 167S, 
aged about 55 years. 

BAGG-, T., of Dorsetshire. 

A Testimony concerning Daniel Taylor, ins'erted in " Some 

Eemains of Daniel Taylor," page 37. 8vo. 1715. | 

*BAILY, Charles. See Bayly. 
BAINS, Joseph, and others. 

Antichristian Treachery Discovered, &c. . . . Folio, [about 1686.] 

See John Blaykllng. 
BAITEMAN, George. (Not of the Society.) 

An Answer To (Vindicate the Cause of the Nick-named 

Quakers of such scandalls and untruths as is falsly cast upon 
them in a lying Pamphlet, otherwise called) A Discourse i 
concerning the Quakers, set out by T. L., or as I understand 
the signification of the Letters Tho : Ledger. By Geo. 
Baiteman. 4to. No Printer's name, place, or date, [about 1654.] 4] 

BAKEE, Daniel, of London. 

A Thundering Voice out of Sion, Yet a tender Visitation 

sounding forth to awaken all sorts of Professors, in this 
Nation of England (and Dominions thereof), who are scat- 
tered in the many by-wayes, sects, and opinions, crying, Lo 
here, seeking the Kingdom of God (which is not of this 
world) with outward observation. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Alder sg ate. ... ... Ito. 1658. 6 : 

"With The Light is fifteen Priests, (of the Isle of Wight 

reproved, who have joyned and subscribed their names 
together (and printed), in publike view, declaring themselves 
to be Ministers of Christ : yet confessing and largely demon- 
strating that they are dark sinful sinners of the Gentiles, 
living in obscurity, chained up in a cave of darkness, their 
light eclipsed, their eyes dim, their sloath great, their hearts 
begin to gather blackness, and are seised on with fear, and 
that their authority in preaching is marred by unholy living, 






BAK FRIENDS' BOOKS. 159 

BAKEE, Daniel, — continued. 

and that the greatest misteries of their religion, have been 
squeesed out of the writings of Heathens. And much more 
at large (the like seldome heard of) published under their 

own hands in Print, in 2 Books by two of the 

chiefest of them (to wit), Robert Dinghy and Edward 
Bucklar, &c. 

London, Printed, in the \2th month, for Mary West wood. 

4to. 1658. I 
Written in Winchester Prison. 

■ A Certaine Warning from a naked Heart before the Lord, to 

the earth]?/ wise, great, and honourable Men, and Inhabitants 
of the Earth, &c. 

4to. Printed for M. W. 1659. 1 

Written in the Poultry Counter. 

Now heare this all yee persecuting Bulers, Preists, and 

Magistrates Throughout the World. Woe, woe, terror, \)c- 

terror, and feirce indignation from the Lord God, even the 
true Testimony written in this Book, by the Servant of the 
Lord Daniel Baker. 

4to. Printed for M. W. 1659. 1 

Written in the Poultry Counter. 

A Single and general Voice, Lifted up like a Trumpet, 

Sounding forth the Lord's controversie concerning London, 
with her Governors, Priests, and Citizens, that walk in the 
Manners, Customs, and Way of the Heathen, with somewhat 
directed to the ear of Tliomas Atkin, called Alderman of the 
said city ; — Also a Letter from a Servant of God [Humphry 
Bache] in the said Prison [the Poultry Counter] to Thomas 
Allen, Mayor of the City, &c. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, neer Aldersgate, 

4to. 1659. 2h 

The Prophet approved, by the words of his prophesie coming 

to passe ; being a declaration of the Message which Daniel 
Baker received from the Lord to the Parliament, Counsel of 
State, Officers of the Army, Mayor, and Aldermen of 
London ; also a letter from Daniel Baker to the Mayor and 
Kecorder of London. Published by Thomas Hart. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. I 

See Thomas Haet. 

The last page of Humphry Bache's "Voice of Thunder," &c, 

is by Daniel Baker.— See H. B 4to. 1659. £ 



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160 A CATALOGUE OF B A K 

BAKER, Daniel, — continued. 

The Guiltless Cries and Warnings of the Innocent against 

INJUSTICE, OPPRESSION, CRUELTY, False-Swear- 
ers, Envious Jlen, and such like Witnesses, arisen up against 
A Plain Man, &c. 

Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Black-Spread-Eagle, in 

Martins. ito. 1660. 3 

Written in Worcester Prison. 

Yet one Warning more To Thee, O England ; Together, with 

a very tender Lamentation, with bowels of Compassion & 
Mourning, yet over thee O Laud ! By one through whom 
the (Eternal^ -Pofocvful, aud ??tal)Culp ffloitt, is uttered and 
sounded forth as a Crumpet,- &c. 

London.' Printed for Robert Wilson. ... ... -ito. 1600. 5 

Written in Worcester Prison, the 14th of 9th month. 1660. 

^[ A Copie of the several charges falsely sworn thats drawn up 

against me. ... ... ... ... ... ... 4to. 1660. 

To the Brethren in the travel and perfect Liberty (in the holy 

acceptable Faith) through the Sufferings of the free born, 
unchangeable Seed of Truth, &c, with " a Heavenly voice to 
the Mourners in Sion, &c." (Written in Shrewsbury Town 
Goal, the 14th of the 0th month, 3662.) 4to. 1662. 

N.B. — This is at the end of " To all the Christian Congregations, 
&c," by Thomas Salthouse. 

This is a short Relation of some of the Ceuel Sufferings 

(For the Truth's Sake) of Katherine Evans and Sarah Chevers, 
In the Inquisition in the Isle of Malta. [Edited by Daniel 
Bakee]. 

London: Printed for Robert Wilson. ... ... 4to. 1662. 14 

\ Reprinted.— See Katherine Evans and Sakah Chevers. 

A Clear Voice of Teeth Sounded forth, and as an Ensign 

lifted up and displayed, in Answer to the Proceedings of the 
Christians by name in Asia by way of controversie ami 
expostulation ; together with Savoury and Wholesome Admo- 
nishments (directed to the English Ambassador at Constan- 
tinople, and to the English Merchants at Smyrna, Genoa"). &c. 

4to. Printed in tlie Year, 1662 (I 






x - 



A Tender G-eeeting and Salutation of Perfect Love and 
Life of Truth, to the Children of the Kingdom. (Written 
in Worcester City Goal, 12th day of the 3rd month, 1663.) 

4to. No Printer s name, place, or date. 1 

Be died at sea in the year 



B A L FRIENDS' BOOKS. 161 

BAKEE, Jacob, of West Wooton, Cambridgeshire. 

His Testimony concerning Giles Barnardiston. 

See Testimonies, 1681. 

BAKER, Richard, of Jordans, in Buckinghamshire. 

A Testimony to the Power of God, being greater than the 

Power of Satan : contrary to all those who hold no Perfection 
here, no Freedom from Sin on this side of the Grave. Which 
Solffut So f trine is here Testified against. By a Witness of 
the Power of God, against the Power of Satan, j&trijatU 
Baker. 

London, Printed and sold by T. Soivle, in White- Hart- 
Court in Gracious -street, and at the Bible in Leaden- Hall- 
street. 8vo. 1699. 3 

This was printed after R. B.'s decease, with a Preface to the Reader 
by Thos. Ellwood, and a Testimony by his wife, Marj Baker. 

He died the 12th of the 8th mouth, 1697, and was buried at Jordans. 

BALL, Gawen, M.D., of Bristol. An Elder. 

— Disputatio Medica, qusedam de Aure Humana et ejus Morbis 
complectens ; quam, annuente summo numine, ex auctoritate 

_ spectatissimi viri, D. Georgii Baird, SS. T.P. Academiae 
Edinburgenae Prasfecti ; necnon Amplissimi senatus Academici 
consensu, et Nobilissiinae Facultatis Medicae decreto ; pro 
Gradu Doctoratus, summisque in Medicina honoribus ac 
Privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis, eruditorum examini 
subjicit Gavinus Ball, Anglus, Societ. Reg. Med. Ed. Soc 
extraord. Die 1 mo, Mensis octavi, hora locoque solitis. 
Multum adhuc restat operae. — Seneca. 

Edinburgi : Excudebant neitt et Socii.. ... ... 8vo. 1815. 2j 

Premonitory Extracts ; selected from various Authors of the 

Religious Society of Friends : w-ith an Appendix, containing 
similar extracts from writers of the Church of England : and 
notes. [Not Published.] (Anonymous.) ... 8vo. [1819.] 28f 

— — An Address to Parents on the Necessity of educating their 
children. [Anonymous.] 

J. Chilcott, Printer, Bristol 12mo. [183L] ^ 

He died the 2nd of 2nd month, 1847. Aged 80 years. 

BALL (Richard, of Bridgeicater, afterwards of Bristol and Taunton, 
Somersetshire. He left Friends, and joined the Plymouth 
Brethren. 

Remarks on the Religious instruction of the Youth in the 

Society of Friends. [Anonymous.] 

London : Harvey Sf Barton, Gracechurch Street. 

(Rose, Printer, Bristol) Svo. 182S. U 

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162 A CATALOGUE OF B A L 



*BALL, Richard, — continued. 

The Practicability, safety, and advantages of Negro Emancipa- 
tion. [Anonymous.] 

Printed by Wright fyBagnall, Bridge Street, Bristol. Svo. 1830. 1 

A Letter to Isaac Crewdson. ... Svo. Manchester. No Date. 

Holy Scripture the Test of Truth : an appeal to its para- 
mount authority against certain passages in Dr. Hancock's 
" Defence," and in the Writings of Barclay and Penn. By 






Eichard Ball. 

London : Hamilton, Adams Sf Co., Paternoster Bow. 

12mo. 1835. 
Answered by Joseph Eaton, of Bristol. 

An Inquiry into the Validity of the Scruple to call the Scrip- 
tures the Word of God. By Eichard Ball. 

London : Hamilton, Adams Sf Co. ; Edmund Fry S$ Son ; 
Wright, Bristol " 8vo. 1836. 

Dissuasive Considerations, more particularly in reference to 
joining the Established Church, addressed to the Society of 
Friends, with some observations on the duty of reading the 
Holy Scriptures in Public Worship. By Eichard Ball. 
London : Hamilton, Adams Sf Co. ; W. Si?npson, Man- 
chester ; John Wright, Bristol. Svo. 1837. 3f 

The Millinarian Inquirer. 

The Broad and Harrow Way. 

God's Voice in the Pestilence. 

The Handbook of China. 

Christianity in China. State and Progress of the Work of the 
Native Evangelists, contained in a Series of Tracts. [Kos. 2-5.] 
London : Partridge and Oahey, 60, Paternoster Bow ; J. 
B. Bateman, 1, Lvy Lane ; J. K. Campbell, High Holborn ; 
Nisbet Sf Co., Berners Street. 12mo. 1S50. 

N.B. — Tract No. 2, in this Collection is a reprint of No. 1, with addi- 
tions. Each Tract has a distinct pagination ; the whole set 
consists of about 84 pages. 

Hobje Sabbaticje ; or, Qll)t Sabbatic €udt t\)t Qt'umc Chro- 
nometer : a dissertation to prove the original sabbatic ordi- 
nance to be perpetual but not legal. By Eichard Ball. 
London : Hamilton, Adams Sf Co. Edinburgh : Johnstone 
and Hunter ; Oliphant <§' Son ; A. C. Moodie. Glasgow : 
David Bryce ; George Gallie ; J. B. M'Nair. Bristol : 
Oland : Whereat Svo. 1853. 6 



Reprinted with an altered title, viz. 



B A L friends' books. 163 

*BALL, Richard, — continued. 

— The Perpetuity of a Seventh-Day Ordinance accordant with 
scripture Testimony and the Course and Constitution of 
Nature. By Richard Ball. The 2nd Edition. 

London : Jucld and Glass, New Bridge Street, and Gray's 

Inn-road, Sfc, Sfc 8vo. 1857. Q\ 

"Kichard Ball, of Aberdeen Terrace, Clifton ; died 10th day of May, 
1862, aged 68 years." See A Memorial Card. 

3ALL, Thomas Frederick, of London, Assistant Secretary of the 
Peace Society. 

— Poems. By T. P. Ball. [Verses on Petee Bedford, &c] 
London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bislwpsg ate -street Without. 

8vo. 1865. 101 

JALL (William, of Tottenham, near London, and Bydal, Westmoreland. 

— jS T ugae Sacrae ; or, Psalms and Hymns, and Spiritual Songs. 
[Anonymous.] 

London : J. Hatchard Sf Son, 187, Piccadilly. 16mo. 1825. 3| 

— The Crowning of the British Living Poetesses. (Written 
May, 1827.) [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed for Longman, Bees, Orme, Broivn, and 

Green, Paternoster-row. ... ... .Foolscap 8vo. 1827. 2 

This is also printed verbatim in the "The London Literary Gazette," 
for Saturday, June 30th, 1827, page 411. 

— Humanity; or, the cause of the creatures advocated. A Poem, 
for young persons. By the Author of " Xugse Sacrae, &c, &c. 
London : Printed for Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch- 

street. Foolscap 8vo. 1828. 2 

This Poem is dedicated to Wm. Edward Forster, of Bradpole, and 
dated, London, 1st mo. 21st, 1828. It is anonymous. 

Devotional Thoughts, for every day in the month ; selected 

from the Writings of the Early Friends, (with a portion of 
scripture, and of a Hymn, annexed to each selection.) By 
William Ball. 

"We do know that we have an esteem of Christ's Sufferings, and death, 
and blood, and the Scriptures of the Prophets and Apostles, more 
than any other People." 

George Fox, (the first Friend.) 

Ellis Hookes, (the Clerk of the first Yearly Meeting 
of Friends, held in 1675.) 

London: Published by Edmund Fry. ... ... 32mo. 1833. 1J 

This selection is made from the writings of the following Friends, 
viz., George Fox, Isaac Penington, Charles Marshall, 
William Penn, Francis Howgil, Kichard Farnsworth, 
George Fox, the Younger, John Vaughton, George Whitehead, 
John Crook, Joseph Wyeth, Thomas Beaven, Thomas Ollive, 
and John Peters. 

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164 A CATALOGUE OF BAN 

BALL, William, — continued. 

Brief Extracts from the Book of Rules and Discipline and 

Advices, in reference to the subject of the First Query, and 
to that of the Fourth Query, &c. [Anonymous.] 

London: Fry and Son, Bishopsgate-street. ... 12mo. 1838. 2§ 

Reprinted, entitled,— Brief Extracts from the " Eules of Dis- 
cipline of the Religious Society of Friends, with advices : 
[The same Rules and Advices] being extracts from the 
Minutes and Epistles of their Yearly Meeting, held in 
London, from its First Institution. Selected by Wffliam 
Ball. 2nd edition. 

London: Edmund Fry, Bishopsgate-street. ... 16mo. 1840. 2 

The Transcript and other poems. [Not Published.] 

London : TV. Sf F. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate-street Without. 

8vo. 1855. 20j 
N.B. — This work was afterwards published. 

GLl)t Steptrattons of t\)t Ctotntg*fiftf) $£alm : for each Day 

in the Month. By AYilliam Ball. 

It is suggested that this Manual may be used in the assembled Family. 

Edinburgh: James Taylor, Si, Castle-street. Square ]6mo. 1864. 1 

Hymns or Lyrics. By "William Ball. 

Edinburgh: James Taylor, 31, Castle-street. 16mo. 1864. 9^ 

Notices of Kindred and Friends departed. By William Ball. 

Edinburgh : James Taylor, 31, Castle-street. 16mo. 1865. 7^ 

BANGS, Benjamin, of Stockport, in Cheshire, was born in the 
Parish of Longham, Norfolk, in 1652. 

A Testimony concerning Giles Barnardiston. — (" Norwich, 

the 21st of the 12th month, 1680."— See Testimonies. 

A Piece written by or relating to him. 1719. Query, the 

Title, Sfc. 

Memoirs of the Life and Convincement of that worthy Friend, 

Benjamin Bangs, late of Stockport, in Cheshire, deceased ; 
mostly taken from his own mouth. By Joseph Hobson. 
London : Printed and Sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible, 

in George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 8vo. 1757. 4 

Reprinted. — A New Edition. 

London : Printed and Sold by James Phillips and Son, 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1798. 3 

Ditto, in " The Friends' Library," vol. 5. 

Philadelphia ... ... ... ... ... ... 1841. 



BAN FRIENDS' BOOKS. 165 

BANG-S, Benjamin, — continued. 

N.B. — In this work a relation is given of the destruction of Ratcliff 
Meoting-House by Soldiers from the Tower of London ; also some 
interesting particulars of the building of a Meeting-House at Nor- 
wich, the money for that purpose being chiefly raised by young 
Friends in humble circumstances. 

He died the 6th day of the 12th month, 1741, in the 90th year of 
his age, and was buried on the 9th of the same month, in Friends' 
burying ground at Stockport, in Cheshire. He was a Minister 
about 65 years. 

BANKS, John, of Brigham, in Cumberland, afterwards of Mear, 
and last of Street, in Somersetshire. 

— The SleSSrt* Effects of True and Saving Faith : with good 
Counsel, Wholesome advice ; and also Encouragement to 
all Friends every where, that Suffer for Truth and Bighteous- 
ness sake. Given forth by a Servant of the Lord, John 
Banckes. 

4to. London, Printed in the year, 1684. 1J 
At the end it says, " Printed by John Bringhurst, in Leaden- Hall." 

Works, page 207. 

I An Exhortation to Friends, to keep in remembrance, and prize 

the former mercies, Blessings, Favours and Deliver'ances 
received from the Lord. With a Warning also to beware 
of the Enemies Workings, by careless security, and fleshly 
Ease, in this Day of so large Liberty, and Freedom given, or 
suffered to come to pass, upon the account of Meeting, Wor- 
shiping, and Serving of God. By a Servant of Christ, 
John Bancks. 

All Things work together for Good to those that truly love God. 

London, Printed, and Sold, by Andrew Soivle, at the 
Crooked -Billet in Holloway Lane, in Shoreditch, and at 
the Three- Keys in Nag's Head-Court in Gracechurch- 
street, over against the Conduit. ... ... 4to. L687. li 

Works, pages 229. 
Written, " From my Prison-House in Carlile in Cumberland, the 8th 
day of the 7th Month, 1687. 

— An Epistle to Friends, Shewing, the Great Difference 
between a Convinced Estate, and a Converted Estate ; and 
between the Profession of the Truth, and the Possession 
thereof; with the Comfort and Sweetness to the Soul it 
affordeth. With a few words of good counsel and wholesome 
advice both to Parents and their children. 

London, Printed and Sold by T. Sowle, at the Crooked- 
Billet, in Holy-well- Lane, in Shoreditch ... 4to. 1692. 2h 

Beprinted (the same imprint). ... ... ... 4to. 1693. 2\ 

Works, page 245. 

Beprinted, again. — London, Printed and Sold by T. Sowle, in 

White- Hart-Court, in Gracechurch-street. ... Ito. 1696. 2 



166 A CATALOGUE OF .BAN 

BANKS, John, — continued. 

A General Epistle to the Flock of God, but more particularly, 

in Cumberland, in the Openings of Love, and Fresh spring of 
Life, am I drawn forth, to visit you with this Epistle. (Given 
forth at Meare in Somersetshire, the 23rd day of the 5th 
Month, 1698.) 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1698.] 1 

"Works, page 275. 

^[A General Epistle to Friends, To he Read in all your Monthly 

and other Meetings ichere this may come, 4th of 7th Mo., 1708, 

4to. 1708. 1 
Works, page 316. 

Co £tbe mai, is t\)t c^lau to Bit WLtll: and to Live Well, is 

to do Well. (Given forth at Street, in Somersetshire, the 
6th day of the 3rd Month, 1709.) 

4to. No Printer's name, place or date. [1709.] 1 

Works, page 327. 

A Gentle Correction for Sixgebs : such as pretend to sing 

David's Psalms ; and whether your conditions be the same as 
David's was, that you sing; and whether you witness the 
same, Yea, or Nay. With Cou>~cel and Advice for you to 
Learn, if you will, what it is to Mourn and Weep for sin, 
before you presume to sing as you have done, and do ; in the 
time of your professed Worshipping and Serving of God ; 
for you to lay to Heart and consider, whether what you 
Sing and make so great a Noise of, (and so often too) be true 
or false, right or wrong, yea, or nay. 

London : Printed, and Sold by J. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 4to. 1709. 1 

Works, page 299. 

A Bebuke to Unfaithful Parents, and a Eod for Stubborn 

Children ; with Encouragement to the Faithful, both Parents 
and Children : viz. 1. Such Parents as Profess the Way and 
Truth of God, but are Careless, Negligent, and Unconcerned in 
the performance and discharge of their duty, in not endeavour- 
ing to subject their children, while they are young, and under 
their government. And, 2nd. Such children that are stubborn, 
and will not obey their Parents, though they use their endea- 
vour to subject them. By John Banks. The Author hereof 
desires this may be read in the Families of Friends, and dili- 
gently observed and practised. 

London : Printed and Sold by J. Sowle, in Wliite- Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 4to. 1710. 1 

The same. — London: Reprinted and Sold by T. Sowle Eaylton 
and Luke ILindc, at the Bible in George-yard, Lombard- 
str< ... ... 8vo. 1749. 1 

Works, page 339. 






BAE FBIINDS' BOOKS. 167 

BANKS, John, — continued. 

A Journal of the LIFE, Labours, Travels, and Sufferings 

(In and for the Gospel,) of that Ancient Servant, and Faith- 
ful Minister of Jesus Christ, 3)oi)n Eanfes, with a Collection 
of his Epistles, and Papers, Written in Testimony to the 
Truth, and Published, according to his Desire in his Life- 
time, for future Service. 

London : Printed and Sold by the Assig?is of J. Soivle, in 

White-Hart-Court, in Gracious-street. ... 8vo. 1712. 23^ 

Reprinted, — A Journal, &c. (only). 

London : Printed and Hold by James Phillips and Son, 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 12mo. 1798. 8-§ 

Ditto, in the " Friends' Library, &c," edited by William 
Allen, Vol. IX. 

32mo. Lindfield, 1834. 

Journal only, in " The Friends' Library," edited by William 

and Thomas Evans. 

Philadelphia ... 1838. 

He died the 6th of the 8th month, 1710, aged 73 years, and was 
interred on the 12th of the same month, in Friends' Buryiog- 
ground at Street, in Somersetshire. He was a Minister 47 years. 

BANKS, Hannah, his Widow. 

Her Account and Testimony concerning her dear and tender 

Husband, John Banks, deceased, dated, Street, in Somerset- 
shire, the place of my abode, this 4th of the 3rd mo., 1711. 
(In " John Banks' Journal and Works.") 8vo. 1712. J 

BAEBER, William, the Elder, of Gissing, in Xorfolh ? 

See Geo. Whitehead's " Christian Progress," page 30. 

% The Thirsty Trayeller or his Journey towards Zion, 

refreshed from the Water of Life : With a weighty sence of 
God's Love and Presence in the Seeds Preservation. (In 
Verse.) ["Written from ony Souse at Peveland."~\ 

B. Printed in the Year 1665. 1 

BARCLAY, David, of Cheapside, London, son of Robert Barclay, 
the Apologist. 

and others. — To the Embassadors of the Christian Princes and 

States, met to conclude a General Peace, at Aix-la-Chapelle, 
the People called Quakers wish Health and Happiness. (In 
English and Latin.) Folio. [1748.] 

This Paper was " Signed in London, on behalf of the aforesaid 
People, t£e 12th of the 6th Month, called August, 1748, by David 
Barclay, Simeon Warner, Thomas Hyah, Joseph Ollive, 
Jacob Hagen, and John Hayward." 

He died in the year 1768. 



168 A CATALOGUE OF BAE 

BAKCLAT (David, of Walthamstow, Essex, son of the above, and 
Grandson of Kobert Barclay, the Apologist. 

An Account of the emancipation of the Slaves of Unity Valley 

Pen, in Jamaica. By David Barclay. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street ; and also sold by J. and A. Arch, 
23, Gracechurch-street, and Richard Boe, 77, Fleet-street. 

8vo. 1801. 1J 

Keprinted. — 2nd edition, with an Appendix. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard Street, sold also by J. and A. Arch, 23, 
Gracechurch Street. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1801. 1J 

Ditto. — Dorking : Printed by Edivard Langley, and sold by J. 

and A. Arch, Cornhill • 8vo. 1825. l£ 

To the Descendants of Eobert Barclay. Dated Walthamstow, 

Essex, 5th month, 1802. 16mo. 1802. £ 

N.B. — This is an introductory preface to " A short account of the Life 
and Writings of Robert Barclay," and was inserted in those copies 
only which were presented to his Eelations . — See Robert Barclay 
and Joseph G. Bevan. 

Advice to Servants. (Anonymous.) See Emends. (Begins 

" a good character is valuable to every one, &c." 

Broadside. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

An Essay on Humanity to Animals. By Thomas Young, A.M. 

Eellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Abridged by permis- 
sion of the Author. [By D. Bakclay.] 

Birmingham : Printed by Knott and Lloyd. 8vo. 1804. 4^ 
He died the 30th of 5th month, 1809, aged 81 years. 

BAECLAY (Eachel, daughter of Sampson and Eachel Lloyd, of 
Birmingham, and wife of David Barclay. 

Select pieces of Poetry, intended to promote Piety and Virtue 

in the minds of young people. Collected by Eachel Barclay. 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillips, George-yard, 

Lombard Street 16mo. 1795. 11J 

Eeprinted, entitled, Poems intended, &c, selected by Eachel 
Barclay. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillips and Son, 

George-yard, Lombard Street. 12mo. 1797. 7 J 

N.B. —Prefixed to this edition is an " Introduction," giving a short 

account of her life. 
She died in the year 1792, and 49th year of her age. 



BAR 



friends' books. 169 



BAECLAT, John, Son of Eobert and Ann Barclay, of Claphcm, in 
Surrey, was born in the year 1797 ; in the year 1820 he re- 
moved to Poole, in Dorsetshire, afterwards to Alton, Croydon, 
and last of Stoke Newington. 

— A Few lines affectionately offered and addressed to every 
young person whom they may concern, 6th mo-, 10th, 1817. 

[Anonymous.] 

An edition, — Johnston and Barrett, Printers, 13, JIark 

Lane, London. ... ... ... ... 8vo. No date. \ 

— An Affectionate AotlrcdS to such of the People called Friends, 
as reside in London and its vicinity. By a Lover of that 
People. [By the Author when but about 20 years of age.] 

[Anonymous.] 

London : Printed by Richard Edwards, Crane Court, Fleet 

Street. 12mo. 1818. 1 

Beprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed by Richard Edwards, Crane-court, Fleet- 
Street 12mo. 1818. 1 

Reprinted.— Prom the 1st edition, published in 1818. 12mo. 1842. § 

Reprinted. — London : E. Varty, 27, Camomile-street, Bishops- 
gate. 12mo. 1845. § 

Reprinted, in " The Irish Friend," vol. 1, page 89. 

Select Anecdotes and instructive incidents, taken from publica- 
tions of several members of the Society of Friends, chiefly 
illustrative of their sentiments and conduct on various occa- 
sions. By John Barclay. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street. Sold also by J. and A. Arch, 
Cornhill ; Barton, Gracechurch- street, Sfc, Sfc. 

Foolscap 8vo. 1822. 17^ 

Letters of Isaac Penington, an eminent Minister of the Gospel 

in the Society of Friends, which he joined about the year 
1658. The greater part not before published. 

London : Published by John and Arthur Arch, 65, Corn- 
hill; Harvey and Barton, Gracechurch-street; and 
Seeley and Son, Fleet-street. 12mo. 1828. 16f 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Publishedby ILoldsworth and Ball, 18, St. Paul's 
Churchward; Harvey and Barton, Gracechurch-street ; 
and Seeley and Son, Fleet-street. ... ... 12mo. 1S29. 



/ 



170 A CATALOGUE OF BAR 

BAECLAY, John, — continued. 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition. 

York: John L. Linney, 15, Low-Ousegate, London: Charles 
Gilpin, 5, Bishojpsgatestreet ; and E. Marsh, Hounds- 
ditch. ... Foolscap 8vo. 1844. 

N.B. — In the 2nd and 3rd editions, there is added, " Some account of 
the Lady Conway." 

The same. — Reprinted. — From the 2nd London Edition. 

Philadelphia : Nathan Kite, 50, North Fourth-street. 

Joseph and William Kite, Printers. ... 12mo. 1842. 12 

This forms vol. 7 of " Friends' Family Library," a series of Friends' 
Books published in America. 

Diary of Alexander Jaffray, Provost of Aberdeen, one of 

the Scottish Commissioners to King Charles the 2nd, and a 
Member of Cromwell's Parliament ; to which are added par- 
ticulars of his subsequent Life, given in connection with 
Memoirs of the Rise, Progress, and Persecutions of the 
People called Quakers, in the North of Scotland ; among 
whom he became one of the earliest members. By John 
Barclay. 

London : Published by Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch- 
street; Alexander Brown and Co., Aberdeen; and William 

Why te and Co., Edinburgh. Svo. 1833. 39 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition. 

London : Published by Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch- 
street; Alexander Brown and Co., Aberdeen; and William 

Why te and Co., Edinburgh 8vo. 1834. 39 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition. 

Aberdeen: George and Robert King, St. Nicholas-street; 
Hamilton, Adam's and Co., London. {Aberdeen : Printed 
by A. King and Co., Broad-street.) ... ... 8vo. 1856. 28^ 

Reprinted.— Ditto, Ditto 4to. 1856. 56J 

Reprinted. — Philadelphia. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1835. 

Circular, announcing his intention to publish the " Select 

Series," of Friends' books. ... 4to. Croydon, 5th Month, 1834. \ 

A Testimony concerning John Barclay, from Gracechurch- 

street Monthly Meeting. [See Testimonies, 1839.] 

Reprinted, separately 12mo. Dublin. 1840. 

A Selection from the Letters and Papers of the late John 

Barclay. [Edited by his Brother A. R. Barclay, with an 
introduction by him.] 

London : Harvey and Darton, 55, Gracechurch-street. 

8vo. 1841. 20J 
Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Harvey and Darton, 55, Gracechurch-street. 

8vo. 1842. 20£ 



BAR FRIENDS' BOOKS. 171 

BAKCLAY, John, — continued. 

Keprinted, in vol. 6, of " The Friends' Library." Philadelphia, 1842. 

A Noble Testimony to "The Word nigh in the Heart;" set 

forth in Three Letters, which originated on the introduction 
of systematic religious instruction among Friends. By the 
late John Barclay. 

" The Kingdom of God is not in word, but in Power. 1 ' — 1 COR. iv. 20. 

Leeds : Printed by Anthony Pichard, Cross-court, top of 
Priggate. London : Sold by Charles Gilpin, Pishops- 
g at e-street- without ; Manchester: Py John Harrison. 

12mo. 1844 1 

A Select Series, Biographical, Narrative, Epistolary, and 

Miscellaneous : chiefly the Productions of Early Members of 
the Society of Friends : intended to illustrate the spiritual 
character of the Gospel of Christ. Edited by John Babclay. 
London : Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-street. 

Vol. 1—5. 8vo. 1835-37 

Vol. 1. — William Penn's Journal of his Travels in Holland and Germany 
in 1677, in the service of the Gospel ; containing several letters 
and addresses written while there to persons of eminence and 
quality. Fourth edition, revised by the author's own copy. 

London, 1835. 21 

Vol. 2, entitled, the Life of William Dewshury, an early and eminent 
minister of the Gospel in the Society of Friends ; interspersed with 
many particulars relating to the peculiar views of that Society, and 
the Sufferings of its Members for the testimony of a good con- 
science. By the late Edward Smith Ibid. 1836. 22| 

Vol. 3. — The Life and Posthumous works of Richard Claridge ; being 
Memoirs and Manuscripts relating to his experiences and pro- 
gress in Religion, his changes in opinion, and reasons for them. 
Collected by Joseph Besse, and first published in 1726. Third 
edition Ibid. 1836. 21 

Vol. 4. — Selections from the Works of Isaac Penington, eldest son of 
Alderman Penington, of London, and an eminent minister of the 
Gospel in the Society of Friends, which he joined about the year 
1658 Ibid. 1837. 27f 

Vol. 5. — Some Account of the Life of Joseph Pike, of Cork, in Ire- 
land, who died in the year 1729, written by himself ; also a 
Journal of the Life and Gospel Labours of Joseph Oxley, of Nor- 
wich, who died in the year 1775, together with Letters addressed 
to their friends ; now first published from the original MSS. With 
preliminary observations by John Barclay. ... ... Ibid. 1837. 27 

N.B. — After John Barclay's decease, the series from vol. 6 — 8, was 
continued by his brother Abram R. Barclay, who had committed 
the last volume to the press when he also was removed from works 
to rewards ; the completion of the work was by their sister Lydia 
Ann Bakclay. 

He died at Tunbridge- Wells, in Kent, where he had gone for the 
benefit of his health, the 11th of 5th month, 1838, aged 41 years. 
His remains were interred in Friends' burying-ground, at Winch - 
more-Hill, on the 18th of the same month. 



172 A CATALOGUE OF B A E 

BAECLAY, Abram Eawlinson, (his Brother) of Leytonstone, near 
London. An Elder. 

A Testimony to the Truth of God, as held by the People called 

Quakers : being a short Vindication of them from the abuses 
and misrepresentations often put upon them, &c. 1698- By 
"William Penn. 

Republished. 

London : John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill ; and Darton 

and Harvey, Gracechurch-street. ... ... 8vo. 1836. 1 

Eeprinted, " accompanied by Extracts from the Early Writings 
of Friends, in Vindication of the Society from several similar 
misrepresentations revived in the present day, as well as in 
explanation of some of their doctrines." 

The 2nd edition, with additions. 

London : John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill. Svo. 1836. 3| 

Extracts from the Earlier writings of Friends, on the subjects 

of Baptism and the Supper. 

London: John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill. ... 8vo. 1838. 2\ 

A Select Series, Biographical, Narrative, Epistolary, and 

Miscellaneous, &c. First edited by the late John Barclay. 

Vol. 6. — Journals of the Lives and Gospel Labours of William Caton, 
and John Burnyeat. SfCOtrtJ (Suttiort. Also, A Brief Memoir 
concerning John Croker, of Plymouth. Now first published. 

London: Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch-street. ... 8vo. 1839. 21f 

Vol. 7. — Letters, &c, of Early Friends ; illustrative of the History of 
the Society, from nearly its origin, to about the period of George 
Fox's decease ; with documents respecting its early Discipline, also 
Epistles of Counsel and Exhortation, &c. The greater portion taken 
from original or ancient Sources aod hitherto unpublished. 

London: Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch-street. ... Svo. 1841. 27| 

Ditto, in vol. 11, of "The Friends' Library." ... Philadelphia, 1847. 

Vol. 8. — Some account of the Lives and Beligious Labours of Samuel 
Neale, and Mary Neale, formerly Mary Peisley, both of Ireland. 51 
iftcbj ttutton, consiUaablp enlarged. 

London ; C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate-street Without {Richard 
Barrett, Printer). Svo. 1845. 24f 

He died the 4th of the 2nd month, 1845, aged 51 years. 

BARCLAY (Lydia Ann, Daughter of Eobert and Ann Barclay, of 
Clapham ; she afterwards resided at Leytonstone, in Essex, at 
Croydon, Reigate, Aberdeen, and last of Cocker month, in 
Cumberland. 

Extracts from the Letters of Lydia Lancaster. [Edited by 

Lydia Ank Barclay.] 

Printed by Luxford and Co., Bat cliff Highway, London. 

8vo. 184:0. 2} 









BAK FRIENDS* BOOKS. 173 

BAECLAT, Lydia Ann, — continued. 

Selections from the Writings of Patrick Livingstone ; now first 

published from the original manuscript volume. Together 
with a Brief memoir of him. [Edited by Lydia Ann 
Barclay.] 

London: Charles Gilpin , 5, Bislwpsgate-street Without. 
Printed hy John Harrison, Manchester. ... 12mo. 1847. 16§ 

Memoirs and Letters of Eichard and Elizabeth Shackleton. 

A New edition (being the 3rd) containing many valuable 
letters never before published. [Edited by Lydia Ann 

Barclay.] 8vo. London. 1849. 17^ 

See K. and E. Shackleton. 

A Journal of the Life and Gospel Labours of John Conran. 

Now first published from the original MSS. [Edited by 

Lydia Ann Barclay.] Foolscap 8vo. 1850. 16 

See John Conran. 

A Testimony of Aberdeen Monthly Meeting concerning her. 

8vo. 1855. 
See Testimonies. 

A Short Memoir of Lydia Ann Barclay. By William Hodg- 
son, Junr. ... ... ... 8vo. Philadelphia. 1855. 1 

Eepublished in " The British Friend," for 8th month, 1855, 
page 193. 

A Selection from the Letters of Lydia Ann Barclay, a Minister 

of the Grospel in the Society of Friends. 

Manchester: George Harrison, 11, Cross-street. (Printed 

by K. and B.Davidson, 33, Virginia-street, Glasgow.*) 8vo. 1862. 29 
She died the 31st of the 1st month, 1855, aged 55 years. Her 
remains were interred at Cockermouth. 

BAECLAT, Eobert, of TJry, near Aberdeen, in Scotland, was the son 
of Dayid Barclay, and was born at Gordonstoun, in the 
Shire of Murray, in Scotland, the 23rd of the 10th month, 
(December) 1(548. 

Truth cleared of Calumnies, wherein a Book intituled, A 

Dialogue betwixt a Quaker, and a stable Christian, (Printed at 
Aberdeen, and upon good ground judged to be writ by 
William Mitchell, a Preacher neer by it, or at least that he 
had the cheife hand in it) is examined, and the disingenuity 
of the Author, in his representing the Quakers is discovered. 
Here is also their case truly stated, cleared, demonstrated, 
and the objections of their opposers answered, according to 
truth, scripture, and right Eeason. By Eobert Barclay. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1670. 9 
"Works, Folio edition, 1692. Page 1. 
N.B. — To this Book is added, a Postscript, entitled, " Some Things of 
Weighty Concernment, proposed in Meekness and Love by way of 
Queries to the Serious Consideration of the Inhabitants of Aber- 
deen, &c." Works, page 49. 






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174 A CATALOGUE OF BAE 

BARCLAY, Robert,— continued. 

WILLIAM MICHEL unmasqued : or, The Staggering Insta- 
bility of the pretended Stable Christian Discovered, his 
Omissions observed, and weakness unvailed. In his late 
faint and feeble animadversions by way of reply to a Book 
Intituled, TRUTH CLEARED OF CALUMNIES. 
Wherein the Integrity of the Quakers Doctrine is the Second 
time justified, and cleared from the Eeiterate, clamarous 
but causeless calumnies of this Cavilling Catechist. By 
ROBERT BARCLAY. (Written 1671.) 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1672. 9 
Works, page 53. 

A Seasonable Warning, and Serious Exhortation to, and 

Expostulation with the Inhabitants of Aberdeen, concern- 
ing this present Dispensation and Day of God's living Visita- 
tion towards them 4to. 1672, \ 

Works, page 105 

Some Queries concerning the Ministry for any or all the 

Preachers of Aberdean to answer, by Eobert Barclay, sent 
by him to them y e 17th of the second month, 1672. Query, 
Whether printed ? In Manuscript, in the Library of Peel 
Meeting, London. 

A Reply to George Meldrum's Answers to Eobert Barclay's 

Queries. Query, Whether printed? In Manuscript, in the 
Library of Peel Meeting, London. 

A Catechism: and Confession of Faith, Approved of, and 

agreed unto by the General Assembly of the Patriarchs, 
Prophets, and Apostles ; Christ himself being Chief Speaker 
in and among them, Which containeth a true and faithful 
account of the Principles and Doctrines, which are most 
surely believed by the Churches of Christ in Great Britain 
and Ireland, who are reproachfully call'd by the name of 
Quakers, &c. Small 8vo. No Printer's name or place, [1673.] 12 

^[ Reprinted (no edition stated). Small 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1674. 12 
\ ^[Reprinted (called) The 2nd edition, corrected. 

Small 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1676. 10 
^[Reprinted (no edition stated). 

London : Printed for Benjamin Clark, in George-yard, 

Lombard-street. Smail 8vo. 1682. 12 

Tf Reprinted (called) The 3rd edition, corrected and very much 
amended. By Robert Barclay, a Servant of the Church of 
Christ. 

London, Printed for A. Sowle, at the Crooked-Billet, in 
Holloway Lane, in Shoreditch ; and sold at the sign of the 
Three Keys, in Nag's- Head Court, in Gracechurch-street. 

Small 8vo. 1690. lOf 



BAE friends' books. 175 

BARCLAY, Eobert, — continued. 

^[Eeprinted. — The 4th edition, corrected and very much amended. 
London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White- Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1701. 7h 

Eeprinted. — The 5th edition, corrected and very much amended. 
London, Printed by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible, 

in George Yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 12mo. 1716. 7 

Eeprinted.— The Gth edition. oMbv/ 

London : Printed by T. Sowle Paylton and Luke Hinde, 

at the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. 12 mo. 1740. 7 

Eeprinted. — The 7th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible, in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 12mo. No date. 6§ 

Eeprinted. — The 8th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible, in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 12 mo. No date. G§ 

Eeprinted. — The 9th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Mary Hinde, at No. 2, in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 12mo. No date. 7 

Eeprinted. — The 10th edition. (Same imprint.) 

12mo. No date. 7 
Eeprinted. — The 11th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillies, in George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 12mo. No date. 6§ 

Eeprinted. — The 12th edition. 

(Same imprint.) 12mo. 1787. 6§ 
Eeprinted. — The 13th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard- street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1803. 7 

Eeprinted, with the Title, " A Catechism and Confession of 
Faith. By Eobert Barclay," (with omissions and alterations). 
London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1828. GJ 

Eeprinted. — A new edition. 

London : Published by Barton and Harvey, Gracechurch- 

street. 12mo. 1837. 4 

Eeprinted. — A new edition. 

Manchester. 12mo. 1836. * — - 

— Barclay's Catechism. •••Sft Dublin, printed. 8vo. 1741. 

Ditto (no edition stated) 

Newcastle: Printed by Isaac Thompson and Co. 8vo. 1759. 7 J 



176 A CATALOGUE OF BAE 

BAECLAY,"Eobert, — continued. 

American Editions of Barclay's Catechisms. 

Query, an edition. 

Philadelphia : Printed and sold by James Chattin, in 
Church-alley. ... ... ... About 1753 or 1754. 

Philadelphia edition. ... ... ... 12mo. 1788. 

Ditto (called 11th) , 12mo. 1793. 

Ditto 12mo. 1843. '' '' 

Barclay's Catechism and Confession of Faith, &c, — to which is 

added, The Ancient Testimony of the said People, revived. 
Wilmington, Del. : Printed and sold by James Wilson, 

No. 105, Market-street 12mo. 1821. 7 

"Works, page 109. 

Editions of Barclay's Catechism in Foreign Languages. 

Latin, entitled, " Catechismus, & Fidei Confessio: approbata, 

& connrmata communi consensu & concilio Patriarcharum, 

Prophetarum, & Apostolorum, Christo ipso inter eos prae- 

sidente & proloquente, &c. Authore Boberto Barclaio. 

Roterodami : Venuent apud Petrum van Winburge, in vico 

dicto cle Leewestreet, Sf Amstelodami apud Jacobum Clares 

Small 8vo. 1676. 14^ 
Eeprinted. — Editio Secunda, priore inulto Emendatior. 

Londini : Imprimuntur et Prostant Yenales apud Assigncetos 
J. Soicle ad Insigne Bibliorum in Area dicta George-yard, 
in vico vulgo Lombard-street. ... ... Small 12mo. 1727. 7 

French, entitled, " Catechisme et Confession de Foy, — pir 

Eobert Barclay. a Potter dam. 12mo. No date. 7 

Danish. ... ... ... London: J. Sowle. 12mo. 1717. 8 

Dutch. Amsterdam. 12mo. 1721. 5| 

Theses Theologicae, or, some solid Positions of Sound Divinity 

asserted, &c. 

Small Svo. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1|, or 22 pages. 

THESES TREOLOGIC^: or the Theological Proposi- 
tions, which are Defended by EOBEET BABCLAY, in his 
Apology for the True Christian Divinity, as the same is held 
forth and Preached, by the People called Quakers. First 
Printed about the Year, 1675. And since then, Eeprinted 
several Times, to prevent Mistakes concerning that People. 

8vo. [London: Printed in the Year, 1711. ] 5 

Eeprinted under the title of, " The Principles of True Chris- 
tianity and Sound Divinity asserted." The 3rd edition. 

Large B. No Printers name, place, or date 1 



BAR FIJIENDS' HOOKS. 177 

BAECLAY, Robert,— continued. 

Reprinted again under the Title of " A Concise View of the 
Chief Principles of the Christian Religion, as professed by 
the People called Quakers." 

12mo. London : Reprinted in the Year, 1770. 1£ 

Ditto 12mo. Worcester: ditto, ditto, 1772. \\ 

Ditto. ... 12mo. London: Printed by James Phillips. 1779. 1^ 

— Theses THEOLOGIZE, Omnibus Clericis, &c. Per Rober- 
ttjm Barclaiuu, Theologische Stellingen, &c. Door 
Robert Barclay. [Low-Dutch and Latin, with preface by 
Benjamin Furley and extracts from Erancis Howgil and Isaac 
Penington.] 

Gedruckt tot Amsterdam, by Christoffel Cunradus, ivoonende 
op de Egelantiers-gracht. ... ... 4to. Anno 1674. 1 

— Theses Theologicse. Omnibus cujus cunque generes totius 
Christiani orbis Clericis ad quos hse pervenerint, & pra3sertim 
universis Doctoribus, Professoribus, & Studiosis Theologiae, in 
Accademiis Europae versanti bus, sive Pontificiis, sive Protes- 
tantibus : Robertus Barclaius, Domini Dei Servus, & exiis 
unus qui ironice (Quakeri), etc. 

Amstelodami, impressit Christophorus Cunradus, Typo- 
graphy, in Fossa vulgo d' Egelantiers-gracht. 
[Latin.] Large Broadside, Anno 1674. ] 

— Abrege des Principes de la Religion Chretienne, Telle que 
la professent ceux que Ton appelle le3 Quakers ou Trembleurs. 
[Theses Theologies, in French.] 

8vo. No Printers name, place or date. J 

— Les Theses Theologiqtjes presentees a Tous Docteurs fy 
Professeurs soit de l'Eglise Romaine, ou Protestante. & a 
tous ceux qui font Profession de l'etude de la Theologie, dans 
toutes les Academies de V Europe. Par Robert Barclay. 
[French.] 4to. A Rotterdam, 1675. 1| 

N.B. — This edition is printed at the end of John Crook's, "Les 
Principes de la Verite." 

— Theses Theologicae, &c. Per Robertum Barclaium. — Theolo- 
gische Theses oder Borstellungen. &c. Yon Robert Barclay. 
[Latin and High Dutch or German.] 

Gedruckt in Amsterdam (ben Christoffel Cunrat). ... 4to. 1675. '2 

AVorks, page 259. 

— Christan^j Qusedam Animadversiones in JN1COLAI AR- 
JNTOLDI (qui S.S. Theol. Doct. & Proffess. se pwadieta) 
Exercitationem Theoiogicam De Quakerismo, ejusque 
brevis Refutatio. Author c Roberto Barclaio. — Certain Chris- 

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BARCLAY, Robert,— continued. 

tian Animadversions on the Theological Exereitations of 
Nicholas Arnoldus (who calls himself Doctor and Professor 
of Divinity) concerning Quakerism, and a short refutation 
thereof. (With a Postscript by B. Furly.) 

8vo. Rotterdami, Printed Anno 1675. 3 

N.B. — This is the same as catalogued by John Whiting, *' Contra 

Amoldi (in Latin) against one N. Arnold, a German." ... 8vo. 1675. 3 

and Alexander Skene, Alexander Gellie, Thomas Messer (or 

Mercer), and others.— A Declaration to the King's Council, 
from the People of God, commonly call'd Quakers, in the 
Northern parts of Scotland, and more particularly in the 
Shire and Town of Aberdeen. About 1674. 5 

N.B. — A Copy of this paper is inserted in " A Letter from a Satisfied 
to a Dissatisfied Friend, concerning the Solemn Affirmation," kc. 

8vo. 1713. 

AAA/ "\ 

x yjJ^Z and Alexander Skein and others.— A True and Faithful 

Accompt of The most Material Passages of a Dispute betwixt 
some Students of Divinity (so called) of the University of 
Aberdeen, and the People called Quakers, &c. — Published 
for preventing misreports, by Alexander Skein, John Skein, 
Alexander Harper, Thomas Merser, and John Cowie. To 
which is added, Robert Barclay's Offer to the Preachers of 
Aberdeen, renewed and re-inforced. 

8vo. London Printed, in the Year, 1675. 4J 
"Works, page 569. 

and others at Aberdeen. — QUAKERISM Confirmed, in 

Answer to Quakerism canvassed, Wherein the Account 
the Students of Divinity gives of the Dispute they had with 
the Quakers, is examined, &c. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1676. 4 

N.B. — R. B.'s name is not to this 1st Part, and therefore I conclude 
it is not by him, but relates to him ; neither is it in his Works. 
— See Alex. Skein, &c. 

and George Keith. — Quakerism confirmed, or a Vindication of 

the chief Doctrines and Principles of the People called 
Quakers, from the arguments and objections of the Students 
of Divinity (so called) of Aberdeen, in their Book entituled 
" Quakerism canvassed," By Robert Barclay and George 
Keith. (Being the 2nd Part.) 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1676. Hi 
Works, page 597 

The Anabcht of the Rasters and other LIBERTINES, 

the Hierarchy of the Romanists, and other Pretended 
Churches, equally Refused and Refuted, in a Two-fold 



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BARCLAY, Robert— continued. 

Apology for the Church and People of God called in derision 
Quakers. Wherein they are vindicated from those that 
accuse theni of Disorder and Confusion on the one hand, and 
from such as calumniate them with Tyranny and Imposition 
on the other : shewing, that as the true and pure Principles 
of the Gospel are restored by their Testimony, so is also the 
ancient apostolick okder of the Church of Christ re-estab- 
lished among them, and settled upon its Eight Basis and 
Foundation. By Eobert Barclay. 

4to. Printed in the Tear, 1676. 11^ 
Reprinted. — London : Printed by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1733. 6 J 

Ditto, again, with the addition of, " A Brief Examination and 
State of Liberty Spiritual, both with respect to Persons in 
their private capacity, and in their Church-Society and Com- 
munion. By William Penn." 

London : Printed by Mary Hinde, JVo. 2, George-yard, 

Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1771. 8 

N.B.— By order of the Yearly Meeting, the following title was pre- 
fixed to a considerable number of this last edition reciting or 
including the former — viz., " A Treatise on Christian Discipline," 
without any alteration being made in the work ; and, although 
R. B. was first induced to write through the Anarchy of those 
People, it is less of a controversial character than the original 
Title bespeaks : it is rather a solid and regular Treatise of Church 
Order and Government ; and with the altered title-page it maj be 
considered and adopted as a standard work suited for all times. 

American Editions. 
Eeprinted by B. Eranklin and D. Hall. ... 8vo. Philadelphia, 1757. 14? 
Eeprinted by Joseph Crukshank. ... 8vo. Philadelphia, 1770. 7i 

Eeprinted by ... 8vo. Wilmington (Del.), 1783. 

Works, page 181. 

N.B.— To the Philadelphia edition of 1757 was added, Joseph Pike's 
" Epistle to the National Meeting of Friends in Dublin, concerning 
good order and Discipline in the Church," which epistle has a 
separate title-page and pagination. 

Eobert Barclay His Vindication, Wherein the Scruples and 

Mistakes some have had touching his Book called The 
Anarchy of the Ranters, are Cleared, and the Ground, upon 
which W. E.'s [Eogees] Papers against it are Built, Ee- 
moved, etc. ... ... ... ... In his Works only, page 237. 

An APOLOGY for the True Christian Divinity, as the same 

is held forth, and preached by the people, Called, in Scorn, 
Quakers ; Being a full explanation and Vindication of their 
Principles and Doctrines, by many arguments, deduced from 
Scripture and right Eeason, and the testimonys of famous 
Authors, both antient and modern, with a full answer to the 

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180 A CATALOGUE OF BAE 

BAECLAY, Eobert, — continued. 

strongest objections usually made against them, Presented 
to the King (Charles the 2nd). Written and published 
in Latine, for the information of Strangers, by Eobert 
Barclay, and now put into our own language, for the 
benefit of his countrey-men. 

4to. [Aberdeen ?~] Printed in the Year, 1G78. 58 
Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition (though not stated so). 

4to. [London ?] Printed in the Year, 1678. 54^ 

Eeprinted.— The 3rd edition. 4to. (ditto). Ditto. 1678 54J 

Eeprinted. — The 4th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 

court, in Gracious-street. ... ... .. 8vo. 1701. 38£ 

Eeprinted.— The 5th edition. ... Ditto. 8vo. 1703. 38£ 

Eeprinted.— The 6th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton, and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1736. 38 
N.B. — A few copies of this edition are on large paper. 

Eeprinted. — The 7th edition. 

London: Printed by W. Richardson and S. Clark, and sold 

by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. 8vo. 1765. 37| 
In this edition is first omitted a sentence, page 340, respecting 
the imposition of Tithes. 

Eeprinted. — The 8th edition. 

Birmingham : Printed by John Baskerville, and sold by the 

Booksellers of London and Westminster. Large 4to. 1765. 6S% 
Eeprinted. — The 8th edition. 

London: Printed by James Phillips, George-yard, Lombard 
St., and sold by the Booksellers of London and West- 
minster. 8vo. 1780. 37| 

N.B. — Some copies of this edition are also on large paper. 
Eeprinted. — The 9th edition. 

London: Printed for Thomas Tegg, 73, Cheap side ; R. If. 
Tims, Dublin ; and R. Griffin and Co., Glasgow. {By 
C. and C. Whittingham, College-house, Chiswick.) 8vo. 1825. 36 
Eeprinted. — The 10th edition. 

London : Harvey and Barton, 55, Gracechurch-street. 

8vo. 1841. 35f 
Eeprinted. — The 11th edition. 

London: Edward Marsh, 84, Roundsditch. ... 8vo. 1849. 35| 
Eeprinted. — The 12th edition. {Edition not stated.) 

Manchester : Printed and Published by William Lrwin, 53, 
Oldham- street. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1850. 

A Frontispiece of " Ury, the Residence of the Apologist/' was issued 
with this edition. 



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BAECLAY, Eobert, — continued. 

Editions published in Ireland. 

Eeprinted. — The 7th edition. 

Dublin : Printed and sold by Mary Fuller, at the Globe 

and Scales in Meath-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1737. 38 

Eeprinted. — The 8th edition. 

Dublin : Printed for L. Flin, No. 15, Castle-street. 8vo. 1780. 37| 

Eeprinted. — The 9th edition. 

Dublin : Printed by Bobert Napper, for John Gough, No. 20, 

Meath-street ' 8vo. 1800. 3S^ 

Editions published in Ameeica. 

An edition published under the sanction of the Yearly Meeting 

of Eriends in New England 1728. 

Ditto, another edition, by ditto. ... ... ... ... 1774. 

See the Introduction, prefixed to the New York edition of 1827. 

An Apology for the True Christian Divinity : being an Ex- 
planation, &c. The Ninth Edition in English. 

Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in 
Market-street, between Second and Third Street. 8vo. 1775. 38 

Eeprinted. ... ... ... ... ... Philadelphia, 1780. 

Eeprinted. 

Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph James, in Chesnut-street . 

8vo. 1789. 37f 

Eeprinted. ... ... ... ... ,.. Philadelphia, 1805. 

An Apology for the True Christian Divinity : being an explana- 
tion and vindication of the Principles and Doctrines of the 
People called Quakers. Written in Latin and English by 
Eobert Barclay, and since translated into High Dutch, Low- 
Dutch, Erench, and Spanish, for the information of strangers. 
Eirst stereotype edition, from the eighth London edition. 
Neic York: Printed by Samuel Wood and Sons, No. 26], 
Pearl-street, for the Trustees of.Obadiah Brown's Bene- 
volent Fund 8vo. 1827. 38£ 

N.B. — Prefixed to this edition is an Introduction, giving a brief account 
of the Author. 

Eeprinted again ... ... ... ... Philadelphia, 1855. 

Barclay's Slpolotri) for the True Christian Divinity, as professed 

by the People called Quakers. Abridged by G-eoege ^ 

Haeeison. 

London : Printed for Darton, Harvey, and Darton, No. 
55, Gracechurch-street ; and sold by W. Phillips, Georye- 
i/ard, Lombard-street : and J. and A. Arch. Gornhill. 

12mo. 1815. 114 

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1 82 A CATALOGUE OF BAE 

BARCLAY, Eobert, — continued. 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed for Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch- 
street ; and sold by W. Phillips, George-yard, Lombard- 
street ; and J. and A. Arch, Cor nhill. 8vo. 1822 20 

The True Christian Divinity, as set forth in eight Propositions 

of Robert Barclay's Apology. ... 8vo. Sunderland, 1817 . 18| 

N.B. — This is a reprint of Propositions 1 to 7 inclusive, and the 11th, 
as in Barclay's Apology, but without any Preface, and has no 
Printer's name. 

Selections from an Apologv for the True Christian Divinity, 

&c. By Robert Barclay. * Being Vol. XV. of " The Friends' 
Library," edited by William Allen. 

Lin'djield : Printed at the Schools of Lndustry, fyc. 16mo. 1837. 11 

In the year 1779, the Morning Meeting issued the following minute, 
" Eobert Barclay's Apology to be reprinted, omitting the account 
of Hai Ebn Yokdan ;" and this account has been omitted in most 
if not all subsequent editions. Respecting the controversy the 
passage has occasioned, see a circular issued by me in 1862. The 
title-page of most modern editions is also very much abridged. 

eaeclay's apology in foreign languages, viz. — 

In Latin, entitled, — Theologiae Yere Christians Apologia. — 

Typis excusa m.lc.lxxyi. Pro Jacob Claus, Bibliopola, 
habitante Amstelodami, op de oudezijds achter-burgwal, in de 
vergulde Driehoek. Veneunt prseterea, 

Londini, ) ( Benjamin ClarJc, in George Court, 






j ) Lumbar d Street, 

apud < 



Poterodami, ( ) Lsaacum Nceranum, op het Steyger. 

Francofurti, ) ( Henricum Petkium. 

Et in quibusdam aliis locis. ... .. ... 4to. 1676. 53 

This is the original edition of Barclay's Apology, as first pub- 
lished in Latin ; it also bears this title, " Theologiae Vere Christians 
Apologia, Carolo Secundo, Magnae Britannia?, &c. Regi, a Roberto 
Barclaio, Scoto-Britanno, oblata." 

The same, editio Secunda, priore emendatior. 

Londini : Excusa § prostat venalis apud Assignatos J. 
Soivle, ad Lnsigne Pibliorum, in Area dicta George-yard \ 
in Vicovulgo Lombard- street. ... ... 8vo. 1720. 33 j 

1 n Low Dutch, entitled, — Veeantwooeding van de ware Christe- 
lyke Godgeleeetheid, Gelyk dezelve voorgedragen en 
gepredikt word van het volk, spotsgewyze Quakers genaamd. 
— Eerst in't Latyn geschreven door Kobert Barclay, En int 
Nederduitsch veriaald door J. H. Glazemakee. 
Tweed e Druk (The 2nd edition). 

Te Amsteldam, Py A. Waldorp, PoehverTcooper op het 

Poklin. 4to. 1757. 64^ 

I have searched in vain to find a copy of the First edition in this 
language. 



BAE FRIENDS' BOOKS. 183 

BARCLAY, Eobert, — continued. 

- In German, entitled, — Eine Apologie oder Berthei-di-gungs, 
Scbrifft der Kecht Christlichen Gotts-Gelahrtheit. 

4to. Gedrucht im Jahr. 1684. 63£ 

N.B. — At the eDd of this edition there is added a tract of George 
Fox's, " A Letter to the Ambassadors, &c," written in the year 
1677. 

-In German, another edition. ... ... 8vo. Anno 1740. 50 

- Ditto, — Apologie Oder Bertheidigungs-Schrifft der wahren 
Christlichen Gottes-gelahrheit, wie solche unter dem Bolk, 
So man aus Spott Quaker, &c. 

Germantown : Getruckt ben Christoph Saur, dem Fungem. 

8vo. 1776. 51J 

French, entitled, — Apologie de la veritable Theologie Chre- 
tienne, ainsi Qu'elle est Souteniie, and Prechee, par le Peuple, 
appelle par Mepris, les Trembleurs, &c, 

A Londres : Imprime and se vend par T. Sowle, dans la 
Court appelle du Cerf Blanc, dans Gracious Street. 

8vo. 1702. 42j 
This is the first French edition of " Barclay's Apology." 

Minutes of Meeting for Sufferings, 12th of 9th mo., 1700. 
Agreed with Jacob Rouffignac to translate Barclay's Apology into 

French, at 7s. 6d. per sheet, and to do 6 sheets per month. 
3rd mo, 23rd, 1701. — 1500 Barclay's Apology in French agreed to be 

printed at 3s. per quire. 

Apologie de la Yraie Theologie Chretienne ; contenant L'expli- 
cation et la Defense des Principes et de la Doctrine de la 
Societe dite des Quakers. Ecrite en Latin et en Anglois Par 
Robert Barclay, et traduite depuis en Alleirand,enHollandois, 
en Espagnol ; et actuellement, en Francois, Par E. P. Bridel, 
Pour L'Instruction des Estraugers. 

A Londres : de IS Imprimerie de Jaques Phillips et Fils, 

George Yard, Lombard Street. 8vo. 1797. 42| 

The second and best French edition of Barclay's Apology. 
Spanish, entitled, — Apologia de la verdadera Theologia Chris- 
tiana, como ella es Professada, y Predicada, por el Pueblo, 
Llamado en Menosprecio los Tembladores, &c. Escrita en 
Latin e Ingles, por Eoberto Barclay, Trasladada de alii 
primero en Aleman, Olandez, y Frances, por la Instruccion e 
Informacion de Estrangerous : y ahora en Castellano por 
Antonio de Alvarado, Originario de Sevilla, por el Bien de 
Todos, Especialmente de la Nacion Espanalo. 

Impreso y Yendido, en Londres, por J. Sowle, en la Corte 

Llamada del Ciervo-Blanco, en Gracious Street. 8vo. 1710. 42^ 

TRANSLATION. 

Apology for the True Christian Theology, as it is professed 
and preached by the People called in contempt Quakers, &c, 



184 A CATALOGUE OF BAE 

BAECLAY, 'Robert,— continued. 

written in Latin and English by Eobert Barclay ; translated 
into Castilian by Antonio de Alvarado, a native of Seville, for 
the good of all, especially of the Spanish Nation. 

Printed and sold in' London, by J. Sowle, in the Court 
called White Hart, in Gracious Street. ... 8vo. 1710. 

Danish, entitled, — Forsvar for den Sande Christelige Theologi, 

som den Kundgioris og Praedikis af det Folk, som af Foragt, 
Qua^kere, &c. Skreven paa Latin og Engelsk ved Eobert 
Barclay, og siden oversat paa Tydsk, Hollandsk, Eransk, 
Spansk. og nu paa Dansk, af C. Meidel, til Eremmedis 
Underviisning. 

London : TryJct hos T. Soiole Paylton, i George-yard, Lom- 
bard-street 8vro. 1738. 36§ 

Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, 
translated into Danish, by Christoper Meidel. 

Minute of Meeting for Sufferings. 
11th mo. 11th, 1716.— 500 of C. Meidel*s translation of Barclay's 
Apology into Danish to be printed. 

Eeprinted, with alterations, entitled, — Eorsvarsskrift for den 
faude Christelige Theologi, &c. 

Stavanger. Printed 8vo. 1848. 24 

Arabic, — Part of Barclay's Apology in this language. 






In the 1st edition of the Apology, page 170, the 2nd pa., 161, the 3rd 
pa. 161, the 4th pa. 243, the 6th pa. 243, the 1th, Dublin, 1737, 
there is a remarkable error under Prop. 8 . Perfection § 2. 4thly, 
viz., " Who have not arrived to everlasting life," instead of " Who 
have arrived, &c." Latin, " Qui adepti sunt." The same error is 
in "Truth Triumphant," folio edition, pa. 388, in the Danish 
edition of 1738, pa. 229, the French edition of 1702, pa. 276, 
and the German of 1740. The passage is right in the 5th, 7th 
London edition, 8th London, and in Baskerville's, the 9th, 10th, 
and 11th London, the 8th Dublin, the 9th Dublin, the 9th 
Philadelphia, of 1775, the Philadelphia of 1789, the New York of 
1827, the Manchester of 1850. Harrison's Abridgment, both 
editions, William Allen's Friends' Library edition, and in " Truth 
Triumphant," the 3 vol. 8vo edition of 1718. The Latin editions, 
the German of 1684 and 1776. The Sjianish of 1710, the 2nd 
Dutch of 1757, the French of 1797, and the Danish of 1848. An 
opportunity of examining the New England editions of 1728 and 
1774, the Philadelphia of 1780, 1805, and 1855, the American 
edition of Truth Triumphant, and the First Dutch edition has not 
occurred. 

Universal Love Considered, and established upon its Eight 

Foundation. Being a serious enquiry how far charity may 
and ought to be extended towards persons of different Judg- 
ments in matters of Eeligion, &c. Eobert Barclay. 
( Writ in Aberdeen Prison, the 1st month, 1G77.) 

4to. Printed in the Year. 1G77. 






BAR friends' books. 185 

BARCLAY, Robert, — continued. 

Reprinted. — Now edition. 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillips and Son, 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 8vo. 1709. 2j 

Works, page 675. 

— Epistola Amatoria, nee non-consultoria ad Legatos a Roberto 
Barclaio. Rotter dant. 4to. 1078. 

— Epistola R. Barclaii, Cnidam Legato, — A Letter to a certain 
Ambassador, by R. Barclay, Nov. 24tb, 1676. 

Published by Benjamin Furl le //. ... ... ... 1678. 

Reprinted in Latin. See page 17 of tbe Appendix to " Sewel's 

History," in Dutch. Polio. 1717. 

Translated into English, and inserted at page 537 in " Sewel's 

History." Folio. 1722. 

Works, page 892. 
Reprinted. — See Wit Sewel. 

— and George Keith. Brevis et distincta solutio argumenti, quo 
utitur praedictus Legatus contra Theses, Roberti Barclaii, &c. 
— A Brief and distinct Solution of the Argument which the 
Ambassador aforesaid useth against Robert Barclay's Theses, 
whereby he attempts to evince, that not the inward Revela- 
tion of the Holy Spirit, but the outward by the Scripture, is 
the Principal Rule and Eoundation of our Faith, at le,ast to 
us Europeans who have the Scriptures. 

In Latin, page 25 of the Appendix to " Sewel's Historv," in 
Dutch.' Folio. 1717. 

Tn English, page 548 of the Appendix to u Sewel's Historv," 
English edition. ... ... ... ... ... Folio. 1722. 

Reprinted. — See Wm. Sewell. 

— In " Letters of Isaac Penington and others," edited by John 
Kendall, and published in 1796, is one from " R. Barclay to 
Elizabeth, Princess Palatine of the Rhine, dated, Theobald's 
near London, 12th of the 7th month, 1677." ... .. Svo. J 

— " Questions proposed by Mr. Charles Gordon [uncle to the 
Apologist], concerning the Quaker's principles, to Robert 
Barclay, with his answers thereunto : and Mr. Charles his 
considerations of the said answers. Copied out of Mr. 
Charles his Papers, by his brother Mr. Robert Gordon, 1678." 

The title as above is from a MS. discovered in the Library at Ury, and 
though a printed pamphlet has recently appeared with a somewhat 
similar title, as will be seen below, yet it seems from the following 
extract towards the end that it was not composed with any view to 
publication. Answer by R. B. to a long series of replies by way of 
rejoinder from his uncle : — "For as much as the author of the 
considerations [Questions] is now removed, and in regard to my 
near relation to him, and that likewise the most of all the things 
(if not all) here handled by him have been since largely treated of 



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186 A CATALOGUE OF BAR 

BARCLAY, Robert, — continued. 

by me, and published upon other occasions : and this only is 
intended, not as any public matter, but a private monument of my 
deceased^ uncle ; these things do all necessarily lead me to be 
brief, rather in a cursory way only, to observe his mistake and mis- 
apprehension of my answers, than to enter into a polemic exercise 
with so near a relative, while gone ; since I do uu willingly so 
engage with the greatest strangers though alive." 

Robert Barclay's Answers to Questions proposed by his Uncle, 

Charles Gordon, concerning the Principles of the Society of 
Friends, commonly called Quakers, 1678. Now for the first 
time printed. 

Coclcermouth : Henry T. Wake, Horsman- street. 8vo. 1864. 2 

An Epistle of Love and Friendly Advice, To the Ambassadors 
of the several Princes of Europe, met at Nimeguen to Consult 
the Peace of Christendom, so far as they are concerned : 
wherein the true Cause of the present war is discovered, and 
the right Remedy and Means for a firm and settled Peace is 
proposed. By B. Barclay, a Lover and Travailer for the 
Peace of Christendom. Which was delivered to them in 
Latin the 23rd and 24th dayes of the Month called February, 
167-f : and now published in English for the satisfaction of 
such as understand not the Language. 

London, Printed for, and sold by Benjamin Clark, in 

George-yard, in Lumber-street, Stationer. ... 8vo. 1679. 2 

Translated into Dutch, and printed in a collection of Dutch 
tracts, entitled, " De Oude Waarheyd ontdekt," &c. See 
page 85 of said volume. ... ... ... ... 4to. 1684. 

Works, page 706. 
Robert Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, 
vindicated from John Brown's Examination and pretended 
Confutation thereof, in his book, called, Quakerisme the 
Path-way to Paganisme. In which Vindication I. B. his 
many gross perversions and abuses are discovered, and his 
furious and violent Railings and Bevilings soberly rebuked. 
By R. B. Whereunto is added A Christian and Friendly 
Expostulation with Robert Macquare, touching his Post- 
script to the said book of J. B. written to him by Lillias 
Skein, wife of Alexander Skein, and delivered some moneths 
since at his house in Rotterdam. 

Printed in the Tear, 1679, and are to be sold by Benjamin 
Clerk, Stationer, in George-yard, Lumber-street, at 

London. ... 4t . 1679. 27 

Works, page 717. 

The Possibility and Necessity of the Inward and Immediate 
Revelation of the Spirit of GOD, Towards the foundation 
and ground of True Faith, proved in a Letter write in Latin, 






AE friends' books. 187 

AECLAY, Kobert, — continued. 

to a person of Quality in Holland [the Hcer Paets] ; and now 
also put into English. By R. B. (1st Printed in Latin, 
7 years previous, by B. Furl v. 

Small 8vo. Printed in the Tear, 1686. 2 

The same. 

London : Re-printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Uart- 

court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1703. 2\ 

Works, page 892. 

— A Journal or Account of his Life written by himself? in Manu- 

script only, never having been published. *^ 

— His Collected Works, entitled, — Truth Triumphant, through the 

Spiritual Warfare, (ffijrtsttan labours and WHITINGS of 
that able and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Eobert Barclay, 
who deceased at his own house at Wixit, in the Kingdom of 
Scotland. Heb. xi. 4, He being dead, yet speaketh. 

London, Printed for Thomas Northcott, in George-yard, 

in Lombard Street. Folio. 1692. 235 



The same, in 3 vols. 

London : He-printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street. 8vo. 1717-18. 109 

Ditto, in 3 vols., 8vo. 

By B. C. Stanton, of Springborough, Ohio, North America. 

- An American edition, 1831. Query, whether the same ? 

N.B. — The Preface to this work was written by Wm. Perm, and there 
are added Testimonies concerning the Author, by George Fox, W. 
Penn, Patrick Livingstone, and Andrew Jaffray, also An Epitaph, 
by Arthur Forbes (Not a Friend), and at the end, "R. B.'s 
Testimony concerning his Father," David Barclay. 

- A Sermon preached by Mr. Eobert Barclay, at Gracechurch 
Street, May the 16th, 1688, inserted at page 1, of " The Con- 
currence and Unanimity of the People called Quakers," &c. 

8vo. 1G94. 

Reprinted. — See Sermons. 

— The Chapter " On Predestination," in Barclay's Apology, was 
reprinted in Ireland in the year 1713, as appears from the 
following : — 

" This year [1713] it was proposed to the National Meeting by Friends 
of Ulster, that they apprehended it might be of service, to publish 
something concerning the Universal Love of God to mankind, and 
against that erroneous principle of absolute Predestination to all 
eternity ; and accordingly the chapter in Robert Barclay s Apology 
treating on this subject, with a Preface to it by John Chambers, was 
ordered to be reprinted to the number of 2000, as also 2000 of 
Alexander Pyott's Apology." 1 — Butty's History of Friends in Ireland, 
4to. edition, page 229, 1751. 



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188 A CATALOGUE OF BAE 

BARCLAY, Robert, — continued. 

A Short [or Some] Account of the Life and Writings of Robert 

Barclay, [edited by J. G. Bevan and others.] 

London : Printed and sold by W. Phillips, George-yard, 

Lombard Street. ... 16mo. 1802. 4 

Reprinted. ... ... ... ... ... Philadelphia. 1805. 

N.B. — Some copies have " an Introductory Preface, to the Descendants 
of Robert Barclay, by David Barclay," which was inserted in 
those copies only which were presented to his relations. 

A Memoir of Robert Barclay, the Author of the "Apology for 

the True Christian Divinity ;" with some account of his 
Father, Colonel David Barclay, &c, by AVilson Armistead. 

Manchester, 8vo, 1850. If: 

Ueber Gottesverehrung, von Robert Barclay, Kus dem Eng- 

lishcen. [On Divine Worship, by Robert Barclay. Prom the 
English.] 

Friedensthal, hep Ludwig Seebohm. ... 12mo. 1802. 88 pages. 

Talfyriad o Amddiffyniad Barclay, mewn perthynas i Berffeithr- 

wydd Cristianogol ; sef, yr Wythfed Testyn o'r Gwaith 
Hwnw. Tn cynwys Testynan, gan yr un awdwr, ar gwymp 
dyn, ei Brynedigaeth, a'i Gynawnhad Trwy Grist. Wedi ei 
gysieithu o'r Saesneg i'r Gymraeg ; gyda Rhagymadrodd Byr. 
Abertawe : Argraffwyd yn Swyddfd seren Gomer, gan J, 

Harris. 8vo. 1821. If 

R. Barclay and others on Prayer. 

Printed and sold by George Jones, Stockport. 12mo. No date, j? 

On Taking of Oaths. By R. B. 

See No. 85 of " The Manchester and Stockport Series of Friends' 
Tracts." 

On Baptism : being an Extract from Barclay's Apology. [See 

Tract No. 39 of the London series of Friends' Tracts.] 

London : Printed by William and Samuel Graves, Sher- 
bourn Lane, for the Tract Association of the Society of 
Friends, fyc, ... 12mo. 1823. 1J 

Reprinted. — See the London Tract Association. 

A Short Account of the Life and Writings of Robert Barclay 

[being No. 40 of the London series of Friends' Tracts, and 
No. 46 of the Dublin series.] 

London : Printed by William and Samuel Graves^ Sher- 
borne-Lane; for the Tract Association of the Society of 
Friends 12mo. 1823. U 



AR PBISNDB 1 BOOKS. 189 

ARCLAY, Robert, — continued. 

Reprinted. — See the London and Dublin Tract Associa- 
tions, &c. 

N.B. — This is an extract from the volume (as above) bearing the same 
Title. 

— The Belief of Robert Barclay and his Brethren, as to the Con- 
stitution of a True Church of Christ. [Edited by William 
Irwin.] 

[Manchester, Printed. 8vo. No date."] I 

For other extracts from Barclay's Works, see the various Tract 
Associations. 

He died at his own House at Ury, the 3rd of the 8th month 
(October), 1690, in the 42nd year of bis age. There are accounts 
of him in " The BiographiaBritannica,'' "The General Biography," 
and " Collier's Universal Dictionary," etc. 

Portrait of Kobert Barclay. — Enquiry is frequently made whether 
there is one in existence, for the .satisfaction of such enquirers I 
may inform them that a writer in the Edinburgh Magazine, says, 
" Barclay of Urie, Apologist for the Quakers. His Portrait is pre- 
sented in the family of Urie." — " Edinburgh Magazine," Vol. 5, No. 
2$, for May, 1787, p. 332. 

ARCLAY, Robert, Jun., His Son, was born at Aberdeen, the 25th 
of 1st mo. 1672. 

Baptism and the Lord's Supper, substantially asserted. Being 

an Apology in behalf of the People called Quakers, concern- 
ing those two heads. By ROBERT BARCLAY. 

London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in Wliite- Hart- 
Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1696. 8^ 

N.B. — This Treatise is an extract from the Apology, the Preface only, 
is the Son's writing, as appears by the following : — 

Minutes of the Morning Meeting. 

1695, 8th mo. 21st. — "Robert Barclay proposing to this meeting 
that part of his father's Apology concerning Baptism and the 
Lord's Supper might be reprinted apart for the more advantageous 
spreading of the same, — agreed that it be revised at this meeting, 
in order to be reprinted, if the meeting shall so conclude." 

9th mo. 11th. — "Robert Barclay's Preface read and to be printed 
with his father's treatise of Baptism and the Supper." 

- A Modest and Serious ADDRESS to the well-meaning 
Followers of ANT NLA BOURLGNON, upon occasion of 
the Translating and Publishing of Her Warning against the 
Quakers, and its Preface to the English Reader. By one of 
the aforesaid People, With a Letter from A. I. (Andrew 
Jaffray) to Dr. G-. G-. (George G-ardne). 

4to. Printed in the Year, 170S. 4 

The copy of this pamphlet in the Society's Library, at Devonshire 
House, has the Autograph of Da: Barclay. 



190 A CATALOGUE OF BAB 

BAECLAY, Bobert, Jun., — continued. 

An Essay upon Faith : shewing the Difference between that 

which is true, and that which is false. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Soivle Raylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible in George-yard, Lombard-street. 

12mo. 1741. | 

Beprinted, with alterations. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1745. 11 

A Sheet of paper, " On Charity." Query whether printed ? 

He died about the 7th hour in the morning of the 27tb of the 1st 
month, at his House of Springhall, and was interred on the 1st of 
the 2nd mo. 1747, in the Family's Burying-place. He was aged 
75 years. 

BABCLAT, Bobert, of Bury Hill, Surrey, son of Alexander and 
Ann Barclay, of Philadelp hia, and Great Grandson of Bobert 
Barclay, the Apologist. 

Biographical Memoir of Bobert Barclay. Inserted by "William 

Davis, of Taunton, in The Quarterly Magazine and Review, 
page 166 8vo. 1832. 

Memoir of Bobert Barclay, late of Bury Hill, Surry. Beprinted 

from the Quarterly Magazine and Review, of April, 1832. 
Printed by Wright and Bagnall, Bridge-street, Bristol. 

8vo. 1832. 
[He died the 22nd of 10th mc. 1830. Aged about 80 years. 
BABCLAT, Bobert, of Tottenham, son of the late John Barclay. 

On the Truth of Christianity, compiled from " Lessons on the 

Truth of Christianity/' and other works of Archbishop 
"Whately, with Introduction, &c. By Bobert Barclay. Edited 
by Samuel Hinds, D.D., formerly Lord Bishop of Norwich. 

London: Longmans, Green and Co. ... ... 18mo. 1865. 3fl 

Beprinted.— 2nd edition 18mo. 1865. 3| 

BABCLAYS, of TIrie. — A Genealogical Account of the Barclays ] 

of Urie, formerly of Mathers ; Extracted from Ancient j 

Begisters, and authentick Documents, together with Memoirs 
of the Life of Colonel David Barclay of Urie, and of his 
eldest Son, the late Bobert Barclay, of JJrie. Collected for 
the Information and Use of their Posterity. [By Bobert 
Barclay, Son of the Apologist.] 

Aberdeen : Printed by James Chalmers, Printer to the 

Town and University. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1740. 3J ! 

Beprinted, with some additions, and a Preface by Henry 
Mill, of East Bow, City Boad, entitled, — A Genealogical 
account of the Barclays of Urie, for upwards of 700 
years : with Memoirs of Colonel David Barclay, and his 
son Bobert Barclay, Author of the Apology for the people 
called Quakers. Also Letters that passed between him, the 






&AK friends' books. 191 

5AECLAYS, of TJrie — continued. 

Duke of York, Elizabeth, Princess Palatine of the Ehine, 
Archbishop Sharp, the Earl of Perth, and other distin- 
guished characters ; containing curious and interesting 
information, never before published. 

London : Printed for the Editor, by John Herbert, No. 10, 
Borough- Road ; and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard Street ; and Messrs. John and Arthur 
Arch, Comhill 8vo. 1812. G\ 

— A Tract with no other Title, but " Barclay of Urie formerly 
Mathers." ... ... 8vo. No Printer's name, place, or date. \ 

N.B. — At the end of this tract it says, " As extracted from the Lyons 
Books, 1725." 

3AECEOFT, John, of Arhill, near Edenderry, Ireland. 

— A Faithful Warning, to the INHABITANTS of Great Britain 
and Ireland, to Dread the Lord, and Turn from their Evil 
doings, before his Fury break forth upon them, as an Over- 

flowing SCOURGE Dublin, printed. 1720. 

Eeprinted. — At London, by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible, 
in George-yard, in Lombard Street. ... ... Small 8vo. 1720. j 

Eeprinted. — The same imprint, but different type. Small 8vo. 1720. § 

— A Brief Narrative of the Life, Convincement, Conversion, and 
Labours of Love in the Gospel- Ministry of that Worthy Ser- 
vant of Jesus Christ, John Barcroft, who departed this Life, 
at his House at Arkill, in the Kingdom of Ireland, the 24th 
of the Eleventh Month, 1723. [Edited by John Stoddart.] 

Dublin : Printed by and for Sam. Fuller, at the Globe and 

Scales in Heath- street Small 8vo. 1730. 5 

He died the 24th of 11th mo. 1723, in the 60th year of his age, and 
about the 27th of his ministry. 

BAECEOFT, Ambrose ] Q 

BAECEOFT, Thomas j See the ne * fc ' 

BAECEOFT, William, of Ballybritton, King's County,. Ireland. 

— Some Sensible and Weighty Expressions of William Barcroft, 
on his Death- Bed : with a Brief Account of his Life and 
Conversation, first written for the satisfaction of his Eela- 
tions and some particular Friends. $oto i9ublisl)ctl for a 
Central ^crbtcr. To which is added some Expressions of 
his Brother Thomas Barcroft, on his Death-bed. Also a 
Testimony of their Mother concerning them, and their eldest 
Brother Ambrose Barcroft, Deceased. 

Dublin : Printed by John Ray, in Skinner Roiu over against 
the Tholsel. 
He died the 5th of the 6th month, 1709, aged about 28 years. 



192 A CATALOGUE OF BAR 

BARKER, James, of Colchester, a Surgeon and Apothecary ; had a 
small paper printed for distribution,*headed as follows, viz.: — 

Cautions agaiust the frequent use of Spirits, by Dr. Willan — 

Diseases induced by Intoxication. Dr. Trotter. 

Marsden, Printer, Colchester. ... Small 4to. B. [180G.] \ 

BARLING, William Tyler, of Witham, Essex. 

Memoir of William Tyler Barling — aged Ten Tears and eleven 

months. 

York: John L. Linnet/, 15, Low-Ousegate; London: 

Harvey and Darton, and Charles Gilpin. ... 32mo. 1844. ^ 

Reprinted several times. 
BARLOW, John, of Alderley, near Wilmslow, Cheshire. 

To the Inhabitants of Wilmslow and its Vicinity. (On Horse 

Races.) Dated 21st of 7th month 4to. [1819.] \ 

He died the 14th of the 9th month, 1846, aged 57 years. 

BARLOW, John, Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in the 
Veterinary College, Edinburgh, was born at the Oak Farm, 
Chorley, Cheshire, in 1815. 

A Memoir of John Barlow. 

London : Printed by Edward Couchnian, 10, TJirogmorton- 

street, for the Tract Association. ... ... 12mo. 1858. ^ 

He died 29th of 1st month, 1856, aged 40 years. 

* BARNARD, Hannah, of Hudson, in the State of New York, 
North America. 

A Summary of Christian Faith. 

W. Porter, Printer, No. 69, Graf ton-street {Dublin). 

8vo. [about 1800.] £ 

For her opinions respecting the Jewish Wars, and the Miraculous 
Conception and Miracles of Christ, Hannah Barnard was first 
silenced, and afterwards in America disowned as a Member. This 
produced a controversy in print. The Publications on the pai-t of 
Hannah Barnard are by Thomas Foster, Wm. Matthews, Wm. 
Rathbone, etc. Those on behalf of the Society are by Joseph G. 
Bevan, and John Bevans, Jun , etc. The Reader may also consult 
Evans' " Sketch of the Denominations of the Cbristian World," and 
Luke Howard's " Yorkshireman," vol. 5, printed, 1837, for further 
particulars respecting her case and the proceedings against her. 

BARNARD, Mary, afterwards Mary Dickenson, of TTpperthorpe, 
near Sheffield. 

To the Memory of the late Samuel Fothergill, William Hunt, 

and John Woolman, eminent Ministers amongst the People 
called Quakers. Written by M. Barnard, a Young Woman, 
of Upperthorpe, near Sheffield. (In verse.) 

Sold by Barton Sf Co., No. 55, Gracechurch-street. B. [1772.] J 

Reprinted in " The Annual Monitor," No. 3, page 33, for 1815. 
Ditto in " The Irish Friend," No. 9, Vol. 1, page 70, for 1838. 



B A \l FIJI ends' books. If):] 

BABNAED, Eobert, of Coalbrook Dale, Shropshire, afterwards of 
Manchester. 

The Leisure Hour improved ; or Moral Miscellanies, m Prone 

and Verse, original and selected. Frontispiece. [Anonymous.] 
Ironbridge : Printed and soldi)/ William Smith, §c. 

Small 8vo. 1809. 12 

Memoirs of JfranriS, commonly called St. Feancis de-Sales, 

titular Prince and Bishop of Geneva. Translated from the 
French. With a Preface and Notes by the Translator. 
[Anonymous.] 

Ironbridge : Printed by and for William Smith. Sold by 
Messrs. Longman, Bees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster 
Row, London ; and all other Booksellers. ... 12mo. 1814. 9j 

I A "Wreath from the Wilderness : being a selection from the 

metrical arrangements of Accola-Montis-Amoeni. 

Ironbridge: Printed by and for William Smith, and sold 
by Longman, Hurst, Bees, Orme, and Brown ; and by 
Barton. Harvey S{ Barton, Gracechurch-street, London. 

8vo. 181G. 1(H 
Reprinted, with his name, entitled, 

A Wreath from the Wilderness : being a selection from the 

Metrical arrangements of Eobert Barnard. 

Ironbridge : Printed by William Smith, and sold by Long- 
man. Hurst Sf Co.; Barton Sf Co. ; J. and A. Arch ; and 
W. Phillips, London 8vo. 1817. 10| 

This book contains some verses on Ackworth School, with notes 
illustrative of the same, also, " BiBLOS,or, the Book, in Six Elegies," 
&c. kc. 

He died the 21st of the 3rd month, 1830. 

BAENAEDISTON, Giles, of Clare, in Suffolk. 

A Testimony against Jeefery Bullock his Antichristian 

and Foolish Pamphlet, stiled, Antichrist's Transformations 
within discovered by the LIGHT WITHIN. Wherein his 
perverse Spirit, Darkness and Whimsical Conceits are Bepre- 
hended by the Tede Light. 4to. Printed in the Tear, 1G70. 2 

The Life of Christ magnified in his Minister, or, certain 

Testimonies thereof, relating to his faithful Servant, Giles 
Barnardiston. 

[See Testimonies.] 
London, Printed for John Bringhurst, Stationer, at the sign 
of the Book, in Gracechurch-street, near Cornhill. 

Small 8vo. 1681. i| 
— Memoir of Giles Barnardiston. In "The Friends' Library," 

Vol. 4. Edited by Wm. and Tlios. Evans. Philadelphia, 1840. 

He died at Chelmsford, in Ester, the 11th of the 11th month, 168->, 
aged about 56 years. See al?o an account of him in ,; Piety 
Promoted." 





194 A CATALOGUE OF BAR 

BARRET, Charles, of 

An Answer to Miller's Dialogues.— Query, Whether printed? 1718. 

BARRETT, Isaac, of Coggeshall, Essex. 

On the Death of H. Howdell. By Isaac Barrett. With, « On 

the foregoing Epitaph, To Isaac Barrett, (In verse.) 

Printed by J. Fenno, Bookseller, Sfc— opposite the Bed 

Lion, in the High-street, Colchester, Sfc. ... B. No date. 1. 

Poems on moral and religious subjects. By Isaac Barrett, 

Coggesball, Essex. 

Braintree: Printed and sold by J. Joscelyne, and may be 
had at Harvey and Barton's, Gracechurch-street, London. 

12mo. 1831. 1J 
He died the 25th of 2nd mo., 1837, aged 75 years. 

♦BARRETT, Jonathan, of Croydon, Surrey. 

Reasons for ceasing to refuse the payment of all Ecclesiastical 

demands. (J. B.) ... ... 8vo. Croydon, 1st month, 1849. 1 

Jacob Post wrote in reply, " Some Eeasons for continuing to refuse, 
&c." 

Observations on Endowments for Charitable purposes. (By 

J. B.) 

London : Bicharcl Barrett, Printer, Mark-lane. 12mo. 1852. 1 

He died at Hastings, the 3rd of the 7th month, 1860, aged 69 years. 

BARROW, Robert, was born in Lancashire, but removed when 
young to Westmoreland ; he travelled much in America. 

An account of the burial of George Eox, who died at London, 

the 15th of the 11th mo. 1690, inserted in " The Irish Friend," 
vol. 2, page 46. 

See also "Letters, &c, of Early Friends, vol. 7 of Barclay's Select 
Series." 

A Letter to Stephen Crisp and George Whitehead, dated 

King's Well, 4 miles from Aberdeen, 15th of 11th mo. 1691. 
See " Collectitia," by Wm. Alexander. 

His Testimonv concerning Thomas Taylor, dated London, the 

9th of the 11th mo. 169£. (In Thomas Taylor's Collected 

Works, entitled, "Truth's Innocency, &c") ... 4to. 1697. J 

God's Protecting Providence, — evidenced in the remarkable 

Deliverance of Robert Barrow, — from the Inhuman Can- 
nibals of Florida, etc. Faithfully related by Jonathan 

Dickenson 4to. Philadelphia, 1699. 13^ 

Reprinted. — See Jonathan Dickenson. 

He died on the 4th day of the 2nd mo., called April, 1697, at an 
advanced age, and was buried on the 6th of the same month in 
Friends' Burying Ground, Philadelphia. 









-O-trU , }" 



BAR FRIENDS 1 BOOKS. 1 96 

BARRY, Martin, M.D., F.R.S., &c, last of Beccles, in Suffolk, was 
born the 28th of 3rd mo., 1802. He resided some time in 
Nova Scotia, also at Berlin, in Prussia, and was a Brother 
of John Thomas Barry, of the firm of Allen, Hanburys, and 
• Barrv, of Plough Court, London. 

— Ascent to the Summit of Mont Blanc, 16th to 18th of 9th 
Month (Sept.), 1834. By Martin Barry, M.D. (Plates.) 

(H. Teape and Son, Printers, Tower Sill, London.) 

8vo. No date. 2 J 

— Ascent to the Summit of Mont Blanc in 1834. By Martin 
Barry, M.D., F.R.S.E., President of the Royaf Medical 
Society of Edinburgh, Member of the Wernerian Natural 
History Society, &c. (With plates.) [In two lectures, with 
notes.] 

William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh ; arid T. Cadell, 
Strand, London. (Printed by Neill and Co., Old Fish- 
market.) ' Svo. 183G. 8 

— Researches in Embryology. By Martin Barry, M.D., F.R.S.E., 
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh. 
From the Philosophical Transactions. Part 2. (In three 
series.) Plates. 

London : Printed by R. and J. E. Taylor, Red Lion Court, 

Fleet Street. Large 4to. 1839-40. 24 

— Neue Untersuchungen iiber die scbraubenformige Beschaffen- 
heit der Element arfasern der Muskeln nebst Beobachtungen 
iiber die muskulose Natur der Flimmer-harchen. Von Martin 
Barry. A us dem Manuscripte des Englishcen Originals 
iibersetzt mitgetheilt von und Prof. Purkinge. (Besonderer 
Abdruck aus Muller's Archio. Jahrg. 1850). 

Berlin, Yerlag von Yeit und Comp. ... ... 8vo. 1851. 4{ 

— Bestatigung des ven. — Dr. B. bei den Kaninchen behaupteten 
Eindringens der Spermatozoiden in das Ei. [By T. L. W. 
BischofF.] 4to. 1854. 

— Mikroskopische Untersuchungen iiber die Porositiit der Korper. 
Nebst einer Abhandlung iiber den Eintritt der Samenzellen 
indas Ei. Yon F. Keber. Mit Zuzatzen von M. Barry. 

Konigsberg, In Kommission bei den Gebri'idern Borntrager. 

Large 4to. 1854. 25 

— Martin Barry's Bestatigung einiger neuern Mikroskopischen 
Beobachtungen. Aus dem Englischen, iibersetzt und Mit 
Zuzatzen Verscben von F. Keber. 
Konigsberg, Ln Kommission bei den Gebrudern Borntrager. 

8vo. 1S55. 3| 

He died at Beccles in Suffolk, the 27th of 4t.h mo., 1855, aged 53 
years. In " The Annual Monitor," for 1856, there is an interesting 
account of him. 

O 2 



196 A CATALOGUE OF BAK 



BAETON, Bernard, of Woodbridge, Sufolk, was born the 31st of 
the 1st month, 1784. 

Metrical Effusions, or verses on various occasions. [Anony- 
mous, and only 250 printed.] 

Woodbridge : Printed and sold by S. Loder, Bookseller ; 

sold also by B. Baldwin, London. ... ... 8vo. 1812. 14| 

The Triumph of the Orwell, with a dedicatory sonnet, and pre- 
fatory stanzas. [Anonymous.] 

Woodbridge: Printed by Smith and Jarr old. Small 8vo. [1817.] 1 

The Convict's Appeal (originally inserted in The Sheffield 

Iris). 

London : Printed and sold by Barton, Savvey and Darton, 

No. 55, Gracechurch- street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1818. 1 

Poems, by an Amateur. [Anonymous, and only 150 copies 

printed.] 

London: Printed for the Author, by J. M'Creery, Black- 
Horse-Court Elephant 8vo. 1818. 10 

A Day in Autumn ; & ^oem, by Bernard Barton. 



. 



London : Baldwin, Cradock and Joy ; Loder, Woodbridge. 

4to. 1820. 5 

Poems, by Bernard Barton. [With a Frontispiece, " View 

from the Warren Hill."] 

London : Printed for Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch- 

street 8vo. 1820. 19 1 

Eeprinted. — 2nd edition, with additions. 

London : Printed for Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, Pater- 
noster-row. ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1821. 1 

Eeprinted. — 3rd edition, with additions. 

London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock and Joy. 12mo. 1822. 11 

Eeprinted. — 4th edition, with several additions. 

London : Printed for Baldwin, Cradock and Joy. 

Foolscap 8vo. 1825. 1 

Napoleon, and other poems. By Bernard Barton. 

London : Printed for Thomas Boys, Ludgate Hill. 8vo. 1822. 1 

A Review of these poems may be found in " The Herald of Peace," 
vol. 1, New Series, page 184, for 1822. 

Minor Poems, including Napoleon. By Bernard Barton. 

Second edition, with additions. 

London: Printed for Thomas Boys, Ludgate- Hill. 12mo. 1824. 12i 

Verses on the death of Percy Bysshe Shellev. 

London: 8vo. 1822. 



BAR friends' books. 197 

BABTON, Bernard, — continued. 

— A Short account of Leiston Abbey, with descriptive and illus- 
trative verses. [By Bernard Barton, and others.] 

Landon : Published by Baldwin, CradocJc and Joy, Pater- 
noster Bow 8vo. 1823. 3j 

The Editor of this short account of Leiston Abbey was James Bird, 
of Y oxford, and at the end are some verses addressed by him to 
William Jesup, the resident of Leiston Abbey. 

— Poetic Vigils. By Bernard Barton. 
London : Printed for Baldivin, CradocJc and Joy, Pater- 
noster Bow Foolscap 8vo. 1824. 19 ; 

Contains, u Memorials of James Nayler and John Woolman, also 
Verses to the Memory of Edwin Price, &q." 

— A Missionary's Memorial ; or, Verses on the Death of John 
Lawson, late Missionary at Calcutta. By Bernard Barton. 

London: Printed by Frederick Westley and A. IL. Davis, 

10, Stationers' '-court, and Ave Maria-lane. 12mo. 1826. 1 

— Devotional Verses ; founded on and illustrative of Select Texts 
of Scripture. 

London: Printed for B. J. Lloldsworth, 18, St. Paul's 

Church Yard 12mo. 1826. 11| 

Prefixed to this book is an " Inscriptive Sonnet to tbe Memory of 
Samuel Alexander." 

— A Widow's Tale, and other poems. 
London : Printed for B. J. ILoldsworth, 18, St. PauVs 

Churchyard. 12mo. 1827. 7 

— A Poet's Appeal for the Asylum at Stoke Newington. (A 
Lithograph.) 4to. Written, Woodbridge, 18th of^th mo. 1827. \ 

These verses may also be found in the following at page 109. 

— A New Year's Eve, antl otI)tr iPocmsl. * 
London: John Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly. ... 8vo. 1828. 16 ^ 

The last poem in this collection is " Christ walking on the Sea ; 
verses illustrative of the Frontispiece, drawn and engraved by 
John Martin." 

A Brief Tribute to the Memory of Mrs. Greville Ewing. 

(Written and dated, " Woodbridge, Suffolk, 1st Month 24th, 
1829," and inserted at page 137 of "A Memoir of Barbara 
Ewing ; by her Husband Greville Ewing.") 

Glasgow: Published by George Gallie, etc. ... 12mo. 1829. 

— " Introductory Verses, or a Poet's Memorial of Bobinson 
Crusoe.'' (In " The Life and Adventures of Bobinson 
Crusoe/' in 2 vols.) Published by John Major, Fleet Street, 
London. ... ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1831. 

These verses were reprinted in " The (Friends') Quarterly Magazine 
and Review, &c.," page 492, 8vo. 1832. 



198 A CATALOGUE OF BAR 

BARTON, Bernard, — continued. 

A Word or two on behalf of Poetry and Poets, in the same 

work, page 241 , 8vo. 1832. 

Introductory Verses by B. B. to " Bible Letters, by Lucy 

Barton."— See Luct Barton 12mo. 1831. 

The Caterpillar. ) . L , . _ . * . . 1000 j page 48. 

v V inserted in The Amethyst, for 1832. { r ° ft ^ o 
The Exile. j J | » 208. 

Foolscap 8vo. 1832. 

Illustrations of the Pilgrim's Progress, by John Bunyan, with 

descriptions of the plates, by B. Barton, etc. ... 4to. [1836.] 

The Reliquary : by Bernard and Lucy Barton. With a Pre- 
fatory appeal for Poetry and Poets. 

London: John W. Parker, West Strand. Foolscap 8vo. 183b*. 11 j 

Fisher's Juvenile Scrap-Book, bv B. B. and Agnes Strickland. 

1836, ete. 

Triplets for the Truth's Sake, by B. B. 

4to. JVo Printer's name, place, or date. £ 
Reprinted in The Irish Friend, vol. 3, page 51. 

Culled Flowers : a poetical selection, with introductory and 

valedictory stanzas by Bernard Barton. Foolscap 8vo. 1830. 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition. 

Temporals and Spirituals, in The Irish Friend, vol. 5, page 159. 

1842. 

Household Verses. By Bernard Barton. 

London : George Virtue, 26, Ivy-lane. Foolscap 8vo. 1845. 16 

Reprinted. — Philadelphia: J. W. Moore, 138, Chestnut- street. 

Foolscap 8vo. 1849. lOf 

Contains verses, "On Mary Jesup,— On Elizabeth Hodgkin," "To 
Elizabeth Fry, on her Reappearance among her friends, at the 
Yearly Meeting, 1845." A slight memorial of John Scott, of 
Amwell. Silent or Quaker Graces, &c, &c. 

A Letter to B. Smith, Esq., dated 12th mo., 1845, inserted in 

The Wesley Banner, No. 3, vol. 4, for March, 1852. 8vo. £ 

Sea- Weeds ; gathered at Aldborough, Suffolk : in the Autumn 

of 1846. By Bernard Barton. 

Printed for Private Circulation. 8vo. Woodbridge. [1846.] 1 
A Memorial of Joseph John Gurney. By Bernard Barton. 

" Know ye not there is a Prince and a Great Man fallen this day in 
Israel ?"— 2 Sam. Hi. 38. 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate-street Without. 

4to. 1847. 3 

On the Signs of the Times. 

Edward Pite, Printer, Woodbridgc. 8vo. [1848.] \ 






BAE FKIENDS' BOOKS. 199 

BABTON, Bernard, — continued. 

Birth-Day Verses ; at Sixty-four. By Bernard Barton. 

Woodbridge : Printed, not published. {Edward Pite, 
Printer.) ' 8vo. 1848. £ 

— A Brief Memorial of Major Edward Moor, F.K.S. By Bernard 
Barton. 

Woodbridge : Printed, not published, by Edward Pite. 8vo. 1848. J 

— Ichabod ! By Bernard Barton. 
Woodbridge: Printed by Edward Pite. ... 12mo. 1848. 4 

— Selections from the Poems and Letters of Bernard Barton. 
Edited by his Daughter. [With Portrait and plates.] 

London: Sail, Virtue and Co., 25, Paternoster Row. 8vo. 1849. 25 

— Poems and Letters by Bernard Barton. (223itf) a SBcmotr. 
[By E. F. Gr.] Edited by his Daughter. New edition. 

London: Arthur ILall, Virtue and Co., 25, Paternoster 
Row 8vo. 1853. 25£ 

— Natural History of the Holy Land — with poetical illustrations 
byB. B. See Lucy Barton. ... ... 12mo. [1856?] 

— Bible Stories, by Lucy Barton. The Introductory Verses by 
B. B. See Lucy Barton 12mo. [1857 ?] 

THE HARP OF DAVID. 
By Bernard Barton. 

! for the harp that David swept, 

At whose divine, entrancing sound, 
The evil spirit distant kept, 

While holier visions hover'd round. 
! for such harp in these our days, 
To speak a God's— a Saviour's praise. 

Christian, would 'st thou such harp possess, 

May grace anoint thine eyes to see, 
And on thy mind this truth impress, 

The heart that instrument may be ; 
For never harp or lyre revealed, 
Such music as the heart can yield. 

! then with melody it seems 

To vibrate from each trembling string ; . 

Each kindling thought and feeling teems 

With songs as sweet as seraphs sing. 
And music, art could never frame, 
Is breathed to its Redeemer's name. 

WOMAN'S FRAILTY. 

Thefollowing unpublished vejses? by Bernard Barton, the Quaker poet, 
are inscribed on a pane of glass at the Crown hotel, Woodbridge, 
in Suffolk :— 

Though frail, alas ! this tablet prove, 

As all may well allow ; 
Yet still more frail is woman's love — 

More insecure her vow. 



200 A CATALOGUE OP BAB 

BARTON, Bernard, — continued. 

For ever, till this crystal pane 

In shiver'd fragments lie, 
These lines may uneffaced remain, 

And prompt a smile or sigh. 

But write thy name, poor love-sick youth, 

On Chloe's fickle heart, 
Hear her repeat her vows of truth, 

And for one hour depart — 

I'll stake my life if thou return, 

And o'er that tablet cast 
A searching eye, thou'll not discern 

One relic of the past. 

Besides the works already enumerated, Bernard Barton contributed 
many pieces to the different Annuals, " The Times Telescope," 
and many other works. In the last-named publication for 1823, is a 
piece of his, entitled, " Ode to Time f and in that for 1824, besides 
a poem, entitled, u Flowers," there is a memoir of him. 

He died the 19th of the 2nd mo., 1£49, aged 65 years, and was 
buried in Friends' Burial Ground, at Woodbridge. In a work, " The 
Summer and Winter of the Soul, by the Rev. Erskine Neale," is an 
engraving of "The Grave of Bernard Barton." 

Portraits of B. B. have been published at different times. 

*BABTON, John, of Chichester, Sussex, brother of Beenaed 
Baeton. 

No Title, — Respecting the Education of poor Children. By a 

Citizen. (Dated, April 20, 1812.) 

Folio. Mason, Printer, '[Chichester, 1812.] ', 

Hints for improving the Condition of the Poor. See The 

Philanthropist, No. 18, for April, 1815, page 153. 8vo. 1815. 

Observations on the Circumstances which influence the Condi- 
tion of the Labouring Classes of Society. By John Barton. 
London: Printed for John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill. By 

W. Mason, Chichester. 8vo. 1817 5^ 

An Inquiry into the Causes of the Progressive Depreciation of 

Agricultural Labour in modern Times, with suggestions for 

its Remedy. ... ... ... ... 8vo. London. 1820. 

\j A Lecture on the Geography of Plants. [With Maps of 

Europe, Asia, Africa, and America.'] 

London: Printed for Harvey and Barton. Gracechurch- 

street % 12mo. 1827. 4£ 

A Statement of the Consequences likely to ensue from our 

Growing Excess of Population, if n%t remedied by Coloniza- 
tion. By John Barton. 

London : Printed for Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch 
Street. [By Joseph Bickerby, Sherbourne-lane, City.] 

8vo. 1830. 
He died 



B.\K FRIENDS* BOOKS. 201 

•BARTON, Lucy, Daughter of Be rnard Barton, of Woodbridgc. 

— Bible Letters for Children. By Lucy Barton. With intro- 
ductory Verses by Bernard Barton. 

Published by John Souter, London School Library, 73, St. 

PauVs Churchyard. ... ... ... ... l^mo. 1831. 8| 

Reprinted, — A new edition. ... ... ... ... 1832. 

— Bible Stories, in a series of Letters to Children. By Lucy 
Barton. The Introduetory verses by Bernard Barton. 
Sixth edition. 

London : Jarrold <§' Sons, 47, St. Paul's Churchyard, etc. 

lSn.o. [1857?] 5 

— The Reliquary, etc. See Bernard Barton 1836. 11 J 

— The Gospel History of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. 
With a Preface by Bernard Barton. 

London : 12mo. 1838. 

— f£l)C (©ratorn ; or, the Testimony of Scripture on the subject 
of Prayer. By Lucy Barton. 

[London:] ILarvey and Darton, Gracechitrch Street. 16mo. 1841. 8^ 

— Natural History of the Holy Land, and other places mentioned 
in the Bible. By Lucy Barton, with* poetical illustrations, 
original and selected, by Bernard Barton. (81 plates.) 

London : Thomas Allman and Son, 42, Holbom Hill. 

12mo. [1856?] 7 

— CiK Eiff of CJjrtst : a Gospel History for the use of Children. 
By Lucy Barton. [Preface by Bernard Barton.] 

London : Piper, Stephenson* and Spence, Paternoster Row. 
■[W.Brendon, Printer, Plymouth.] 8vo. 1857. 21 

|BARTON, Mary, of 

A Mother's Replies to an Inquisitive Child relative to the 

Character and Mission of Christ. By Mary Barton. [In 
verse.] 

London : TJiomas Ward fy Co., 27, Paternoster Pow. 

16mo. 1835. 54 pages. 

•BARTRAM, John, M.D., An eminent Botanist of Philadelphia, was 
born at Marple, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, in the vear 
1699. 

Observations on the Inhabitants, Climate, Soil, Rivers, Pro- 
ductions, Animals, and other matters worthy of Notice. 
Made by Mr. John Bartram, in his Travels from Pensilvani i 
to Onondago, Oswego, and the Lake Ontario, in Canada. To 
which is annexed, a curious Account of the Cataracts at 
Niagara. By Mr. Peter Kalm, a Swedish Gentlemen, who 
travelled there. (Map ) 

London: J. Whiston and B. White. ... ... 8vo. 1751. 6 

A Description of East Florida, with a Journal, kept by John 

Bartram, of Philadelphia, Botanist to his Majesty for the 






202 A CATALOGUE OF BAR 

♦BARTRAM, John— continued. 

Floridas ; upon a Journey from St. Augustine up the River 
St. John's, as far as the Lakes. With explanatory Botanical 
Xotes. Illustrated with an accurate Map of East-Florida, and 
two plans ; one of St. Augustine, and the other of the Bay of 
Espiritu Santo. (By William Stork.) 

London : .Printed 1766 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition, much enlarged and improved. 
London: Sold by W. Nicoll, at No. 51, S*. Paul's Church- 
yard; and T. Jefferies, at Charing- Cross, Geographer 
to his JIajesty. ... ... ... ... Large Ito. 1769. 

The following papers were contributed by John Bartram to the Phil. 
Trails., viz., u Of a Cluster of small Teeth found at the Hoot of each 
Fang, or Great Tooth, in the Head of a Battle-Snake. Phil. Trans. 
1740, Abr. viii. p. 409.— On the Salt Marsh Musell : On Oyster 
Banks and Fresh Water Musell of Pennsylvania, lb. 1744, Abr. ix. 
p. 70. Of some curious Wasps' Nests made of Clay, in Penn- 
sylvania, lb. p. 123. Gen. Sphix. Lin. — Of the Great Black Wasp 
from Pennsylvania. lb. p. 699. — A Further Account of the Libell?e, 
or May Flies. Phil. Trans. 1750. Abr. x. p. 28. — An Aurora 
Borealis at Philadelphia. lb. xi. 614. 1762. — Observations on the 
Yellow Wasp of Pennsylvania. lb. xi. 685. 1763. 

Memorials of John Baeteam and Humphey Maeshall. 

With notices of their Botanical Contemporaries. By William 
Darlington, M.D., LL.D., <fec, with illustrations. 

Philadelphia : Lindsay and Blakiston. Large 8vo. 1819. 36| 

One of the illustrations to this work is a Frontispiece, of the " Resi- 
dence of John Bartram, built with his own hands, A.D. 1730." 
Another of Humphry Marshall's Residence, built with his own 
hands, 1773. 

He died the 22nd of 9th mo., 1777, aged 78 years. 

BARTRAM, William (his Son), of Philadelphia. 

Travels through Xorth and South Carolina, Georgia, East 

and West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the extensive 
Territories of the Muscogulges or Creek Confederacy, and 
the Country of the Chactaws ; containing an account of the 
soil and natural productions of those Regions ; together 
with Observations on the manners of the Indians. Embel- 
lished with copper plates. By William Baeteam. 

Philadelphia: Printed by James Sf Johnson. ... 8vo. 1791. 34J 

Reprinted.— (Being the first London edition) Philadelphia, 
&c.,1791. 

London : Beprinted for J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church- 
yard 8vo. 1792. 31J 

The same, (called.) The 2nd edition in London. 

London: Beprinted for J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church- 
yard 8vo. 1791. 34£ 



BAR fi;i ends' books. 203 

BARTRAM, William, — continued. 

Reprinted. — Dublin : For J. Moure, W. Jones, R. McAllister, 
and J. Rice. 8vo. 1793. 31 

The American edition of this work is illustrated with a map and 16 
plates ; but in the English edition only 8 of the 16 plates, prin- 
cipally of plants, are given, viz., A Frontispiece Portrait of " Mico 
Chlucco," the Long Warrior, or King of the Siminoles, and 7 plates 
of Plants, &c, also a Map of the coast of East Florida. 

Translated into French, entitled — 

— VOYAGE dans les parties sud de l'Amerique septentrionale ; 
Savior : les Carolines septentrionale et meridionale, la 
G-eorgie, les Florides orientale et occidentale, le pays de 
Cherokees, le vaste territoire des Muscogulges on de la 
confederation Creek, et le pays des Chactaws ; etc. Par 
Williams Bartram. Imprime a Philadelphie, en 1791, et 
a Londres, en 3 792, et trad, de l'Angl. Par P. V. Benoist. 
2 torn. 

A Paris : Chez Carteret et Brosson, libr aires, rue Pierre 
Sarrasin, JVos. 13 et 7. Dugour et Durand, rue et 
Maison Serpente. 8vo. [1799.] 56 J 

— Anecdotes of an American Crow. A Paper contributed to 
Nic. Jour, xii., 195. 1805. — See American Parmer's Letters. 

He died in the 7th month, 1823, aged 85 jears. 

| BARTRAM, Moses. 

— Observations on the Native Silk Worms of North America. 
American Trans. L, 294. 1789. 

JBARWICK, Grace, otKelk, Yorkshire, Widow of Robert Barwicke. 

— % To all Present Rulers, whether Parliament, or whom- 
soever, of England. 4to. Printed for Mary Westwood, 1659. \ 

When this tract was written her husband appears to have been living, 
as she signs herself " Grace Bar wick, Wife of Robert Barwicke, once 
a Cornit under Generall John Lambert." 

3ASS, Sarah, of Brighton, afterwards Sarah Thompson, of Kendal. — 
Wife of James Thompson. 

— Little Tommy : a remarkable instance of the Teaching of the 
Holy Spirit. [Anon.] 12mo. Brighton, 1856. 

Reprinted, 
3ASSETT, Peter, John Grant, and others, of Leighton-Buzzard, Beds. 

— A Paper against opening shops on First Days, 12th of 2nd 
Month, 1786- — " Having conformed, for several years, to the 
too general custom in our Town, of opening shops on the 
morning of the first day of the week, &c." 

4to Broadside. [1786.] £ 
Peter Bassett died in the 9th month, 1821. 
5ASSET, William, of Lynn, Massachusetts, North America. 

A Letter to a Member of the Society of Friends, " On Slavery." 

Published at Boston, 1837. 






204 A CATALOGUE OF BAT 

BATEMAN, Phebe, of Derbyshire. 

A Testimony concerning her dear Father and Mother, — Farns- 

field, in the year 1712. In " John Gratton's Journal and 

Works" 8vo. 1720. \ 

Reprinted. —See John Gratton. 
|| BATEMAN, George.— See Baiteman. 
|| BATEMAN, Susanna, of London? 

• ^[No Title ; begins with ten lines in verse, viz : — 

" / matter not how I appear to Man, 

A Witness in my soul there lives that can 
Bear record to the Father this, that I, 
Seek not Mortal's praise, but Immortality ; 
That Crown of rest and peace I may receive, 
Which Mortals have not in their power to give, 
Which he must do who sets me free from sin ; 
And, being clean, in peace there rules that King, 
Who will not joy n unto Iniquity, 
But of a Virgin pure conceivd is he.'"' 

Then follows, in prose, " When I call to mind those pretious 
movings that were stirring in many, &c, &c." Signed at 
the end, " Known to many by the name of Susanna Bate- 
man," and dated the 12th mouth in the year 1656. 

4to. No printer's name or place. [1656.] 1 
BATES, Benjamin, of Virginia. 

A Letter annexed to the " Memorial and Petition of Friends to 

the Legislature of Virginia on the subject of Militia fines. 

New York : Printed. 12mo. 1817. § 
Reprinted. — New York : Printed for Samuel Wood and Sons, 

No. 261, Pearl-street. 8vo. 1818. 1£ 

A Letter addressed to a Member of the Legislature of Virginia 

[on Militia fines]. By Benjamin Bates. No. 19 (of New 
York Series of Tracts). 

New York : Printed by Mahlon Bay, No. 84, Water -street. 

12mo. 1821. h 
Republished in " The Friend," Vol. 50, page 186. 

Philadelphia. 1837. 
BATES, Elisha, of Mount Pleasant, Ohio, North America. 

The Moral Advocate. A Monthlv Publication, on War, 

Duelling, Capital Punishments and Prison Discipline. By 
Elisha Bates. (In 3 vols, containing about 36 Nos. from 
3rd month, 1821, to about 10th month, 1824.) 

Mt. Pleasant, O.— Printed by the Editor. 8vo. 1821-24. 36 

The Retrospect : or Reflections on the goodness of Providence, 

in the works of Creation, Redemption, &c, &c. 

Mount Pleasant : Printed and published by the Author. 

12mo. 1825. l£ 

; - Examined and approved by the Meeting for Sufferings of Ohio 
Yearly Meeting, 2nd month, 1825." 

See Note on the back of the Title. 



BAT friends' hooks. 205 

BATES, Elisha, — continued. 

Prospectus of " The Doctrines of Friends." 

The Doctrines of Friends: or Principles of the Christian 

Religion, as held by the Society of Friends, commonly called 
Quakers. By Elisha Bates. 

Mount Pleasant ( Ohio) : Printed and Published by the Author. 

8vo. 1825. 20| * 

Reprinted.— 2nd edition. Ditto 8vo. 1825. 20f ^ 

Reprinted. — York : By W. Alexander and Son, etc. 8vo. 1826. 19^ 

Reprinted.— York: Ditto 8vo. 1827. 19£ 

Reprinted. — York : By W. Alexander and Son, Castlegate. 

8vo. 1829. 19| u- 
Reprinted.— York: Ditto 12mo. 1829. 13 

Reprinted. — Dublin : By Thomas I. White, 149, Abbey-street. 

8vo. 1828. 2U 2 

Reprinted.— Dublin : Ditto 12mo. 1828. 1(3^ 

Reprinted. — Leeds : By Permission of the Author, by Anthony 

Pickard 8vo. 1829. 22 

Reprinted. — Leeds : By Permission of the Author. By Anthony 

Pickard 12mo. 1829. 14f 

Reprinted. — London : Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopscjate-street. 

12mo. 1835. 10J 

Reprinted. — (called) 7th edition. London : Charles Gilpin, 
Bishopsgate- street Without. 8vo. 1849. 20J v 

Reprinted. — Providence: ... ... ... ... 12jno. 1843. 

Extracts from the Writings of the Early Members of the * 

Society of Friends, on the Divinity of Christ, the Benefits of 
his Coming, the Scriptures,, &c. ; together with some additional 
observations on these and other subjects connected with 
them. The whole designed to vindicate the character of our 
Primitive Friends, and the Doctrines they maintained. 

Mount pleasant, Ohio. 8vo. 1825. 3£ 
and Philadelphia. 1825. 3^ 

Reprinted. — Manchester : By Harrison and Crosfeld, Market- 
street. (2nd English edition.) ... ... ... 12mo. 1835. Ij 

The same. 

Bristol: JReprinted by Georqe Davey, 1, Broad-street. 

12mo. 183G. lj 

Proposals for Publishing " The Miscellaneous Repository." 

Folio. i 

The Miscellaneous Repository. A Periodical Publication. By 

Elisha Bates. (Issued semi-monthly.) In 5 vols. Vol. 1. 

Monntpleasant {Ohio ; Printed. 8vo. 1827-28. 
Reprinted ' 



206 A CATALOGUE OF B A T 

BATES, Elisha, — continued. 

The Miscellaneous Repository, etc. Vol. II. (in 2i numbers, 

from 1st mo. 1st, 1829, to 6th mo. 12th, 1829.) 

Mountpleasant : Printed and Published by the Editor. 

8vo. 1829. 24 

This Vol. was issued weekly instead of semi-monthly, as had been in- 
tended. Some of the principal subjects it contains are, — A Brief 
Memoir of Sarah J. Bates, wife of the Editor— The Trial of 
David Hilles and Isaac James, for disturbing Ohio Yearly 
Meeting — The Opinion of Judge Hallock on their case — General 
View of the Separation (Hicksite) — Doctrines of Elias Hicks — 
Separation in Indiana Y. M. — The Epistle of the Hicksite Meeting 
at Mountpleasant — Memoir of Layinia Steer— The Hicksite Epis. 
of the Y. M. held at Miami — Separation in Ohio— Baltimore Y. M. 
— Disturbance of Meetings — Separation in New York — President 
Adams and the Winnebagots — Statistical Table of Friends in Phila- 
delphia — Charles Fisher's "Serious Expostulation with the fol- 
lowers of Elias Hicks " — Statistical Account of Ohio Y. M. — Elias 
Hicks' Floating Certificate — Account of Charles Lloyd, of Bir- 
mingham. 

The Miscellaneous Repository, etc. 

Vol. 3. (in 26 numbers, from 7th mo. 2nd, 1829, to 7th mo. 
lOfch, 1830. 

Mountpleasant : Published by the Editor. Win. J. Bates, 
Printer. {JSfos. 22-26 are printed by Ezehiel Harris.) 

8vo. 1829-30. 26 

This Vol. contains : — Hicksite Estimate — Sixteen Reasons why I 
cannot be a Hicksite —Testimony of Disownment against Elias 
Hicks — Rhode Island Y. M. — London Y. M. — Review of Josiah 
Forster's "Piety Promoted "—Hicksite Opinions of the Bible — 
Carolina Y. M. — Unpublished writings of Wen. Hunt — Six Queries 
to Elias Hicks, with E. H.'s answers — Some expressions of Sarah 
Vanlaw — Cherokee Memorial — Lines written by Mary Dudley — 
Elias Hicks' correspondence with Moses Brown. 

The Miscellaneous Repository, etc. 

Vol. 4. (in 26 numbers, from 7th mo. 25th, 1830, to 1st mo. 
27th, 1832.) 

Mountpleasant : Printed by Ezehiel Harris. 8vo. 1830-32. 20 

Contains : — Elias Hicks's Letters— Indian Affairs — Doctrines of Elias 
Hicks — On War — On Education — Hicksite Law-suit — Conversa- 
tions with Elias Hicks — Geo. Fox's acquaintance with the Hebrew 
Language — Account of Friends in Ireland — An Account of the first 
settlement of Friends' Meetings, and the time of building their 
Meeting-houses in New Jersey and Pennsylvania — Hicksite Impo- 
sitions — Bible Association of Friends of America — Moses Brown 
and Free-masonry — Gould's Edition of Geo. Fox's Works, by Thos. 
Evans — Virginia Y. M.— Comly's Edition of Job Scott's Works — 
Testimony concerning Joseph Gurney — Account of Romahun Roy 
attending Devonshire-house Meeting — Account of Isaac Bonsall, a 
minister — Account of Jonathan Taylor, who died in Ireland, in 
11th mo., 1831. 



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AT FRIENDS 1 BOOKS. 207 



BATES, Elisba,— continued. 

The Miscellaneous Repository, etc. 

Vol. 5. (in 28 numbers, from 3rd mo. 24th, 1832, to 9th mo. 
1st, 183G. 

Nos. 1 to 22. — Mountpleasant printed. 

Nos. 19 to 22, Reprinted in Kendal, after which it was 

suspended. 
Nos. 23 to 28, from 5th mo. 16th to 9th mo. 1st, 1836.— 

Printed by Hudson and Nicholson, Kendal. 
Reprinted in St. Clairsville (Ohio). 8vo. 1832-30. 28 

I Contains : — An Account of Eliz. Robson's Visit to the Queen of 

France — Speech of Sir W. Meredith on Capital Punishment- 
Epistle of the Free Quakers, 1781 — Negro Preaching — Reminis- 
cences of a Visit to England —The Editor's Account and connec- 
tion with the Beacon Controversy, etc. 

Extract of a Letter from ******* ##***### to a Friend in 

New Jersey, together with Elias Hicks' Reply, and a Review 
of the same by Elisba Bates. 
New York : Printed by MahJonDay, No. 376, Pearl-street. 

12mo. 1828. 1 

Sermons, preached by Mr. Elisba Bates, of Mount Pleasant, 

Ohio. With Extracts from bis Writings, containing a 
further Exposition of his Doctrinal Views. 

London : Hamilton, Adams, Sf Co., Paternoster-row, and 

John Wright, Bristol. 12mo. 1836. 4^ 

Letter — on bis being Baptized, by Dr. Pye Smith. 

Hudson and Nicholson, Printers, Kendal. 4to. [1836.] \ 

Reasons for receiving the ordinance of Christian Baptism ; to 

which are added some observations on the Lord's Supper, in 
a letter addressed to the Society of Friends. 

London: Whittaker Sf Co.; Hamilton, Adams, Sf Co.; 

and Edmund Fry Sf Son, Sfc. ... ... 8vo. 1836. \\ 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. — (Same imprint.) 8vo. 1836. 1| 

Reprinted, in a work entitled, — " Water Baptism and the 
Lord's Supper. Scriptural arguments in behalf of the per- 
petual obligation of these ordinances. By Isaac Crewdson, 
of Manchester, England, Elisba Bates, of Ohio* and a few 
additional remarks by Iota.'" 

Philadelphia : Wm. Staveley, 12, Pear-street. 12mo. 1837. 

- An Appeal to the Society of Friends. By Elisha Bates. 
[Advertisement by Robert Benson, of Liverpool.] 

London : Hamilton, Adams, $' Co.; Whitaker Sf Co. ; and 

Edmund Fry § Son, etc 8vo. 1S36. 2\ 

Answered by John Harrison, in his " Vindication of Friends, 
against the Calumnies of Apostates and False Brethren, lSSQ." 

- An Address to the Members of the Society of Friends. By 
Elisha Bates. 

London : Wliittaker Sf Co. ; Hamilton. Adams, Sf Co. : and 

Edmund Fry Sf Son, Sfc, Sfc Svo. 1S36 1 



208 A CATALOG UK OF HAT 

BATES, Elisha>— continued. 

Correspondence between Elisha Bates and others, on the 

subject of his having been baptized. 

London : Hamilton, Adams, Sf Co. ; W hit taker Sf Co. ; and 

Edmund Fry Sf Son, Sfc 8vo. 1830. 1 

Published with an " Aliv ertisement " prefixed by Robert Benson, of 
Liverpool. 

Reprinted in the work, entitled, — " Water Baptism and the 
Lord's Supper, &c. n 

Philadelphia : Wm. Staveley, 12, Pear-street. 12mo. 1837. 

A Refutation of the document of the Meeting for Sufferings of 

Ohio Yearly Meeting. By Elisha Bates. 

St. C lair sv ill e : Printed for the Author, by Sort on J. 

Howard ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1837. 46 pages. 

Letter of Resignation of the right of membership in the Society 

of Friends. Addressed to Short Creek Monthly Meeting. 
London : Hamilton, Adams, Sf Co. ; Whittaker Sf Co. ; and 

Edmund Fry and Son, fyc. ... ... ... 8vo. 1837. J 

A Document of the Meeting for Sufferings of Ohio Yearly 

Meeting, with a refutation of the same by Elisha Bates ; 
together with his Resignation of his right of membership in 
the Society of Eriends. 
America printed. 
Reprinted. — London : Hamilton, Adams, A> Co. ; Whittaher 
Sf Co. ; and Edmund Fry and Son, fyc, Sfc. ... 8vo. 1837. 3.ji 

An Examination of certain Proceedings and Principles of the 

Society of Eriends, called Quakers 

St. Clairsville : Printed for the Author, by Horton J. 

Howard 8vo. 1837. ll 

Extracts from the Writings of Elisha Bates, in which he bears 

testimony to the soundness in Christian doctrine of the 
Early Friends, and vindicates their writings from the charges 
of error brought against them. 

Printed by Edward Power, Gloucester. 12mo. No dalp.. - ( 

Remarks on Baptism. By Elisha Bates. Reprinted from his 

work on the Doctrines of Friends. 

Carlisle : Printed and Published by Hudson Scott, and 
sold by Edmund Fry and Son, London; John Hodyson, 
Liverpool; and Bancks and Co., Manchester. 8vo. 1830. I 

Affectionate Counsel of Elisha Bates, taken from the conclusion 

of his Book of Doctrines. 

Harrison and Crosfield, Printers, Manchester. 

12 mo. No date. J 

He died at Mount Pleasant, Ohio, the 5th of 8th mo., 1861, aged 81 
years. In The Friend, and also The British Friend, for 10th mo., 



J} A T friends' books. 209 

BATES, Elisha, — continued. 

1861, is "A brief account of his last days," taken from The 
Friends Review, an American periodical ; and which says, 
" Although alienated from it (the Society) for several years, he 
became increasingly attached to it as he approached the close of 
his life." 

BATH, Elizabeth, ( Wife of Henry Bath, of Mumbles, near Swansea.) 

— Poems, on various occasions. By Elizabeth Bath. 
Bristol : Printed hy J. Desmond, at the Mirror Office, 

Small-street. ... ... Foolscap 8vo. 180G. 11 f 

BATHUKST, Charles, of London. 

— A Serious Exhortation to the People of England, to mind 
their present Visitation, it being the day of the Lord's 
Love unto them. By Charles Bathurst. 

4to. Printed in the Tear, 16G9. 1 

— His Testimony concerning his Daughter, Elizabeth Bathurst, 
deceased, London, the 6th of the 6th month, 1691. In 
c< Truth vindicated by the Faithful Testimonies and Writings 
of Elizabeth BathurJt." 8vo. 1G91. I 

Reprinted. — See E. Bathurst. 

— (and others.)— THE DOTING ATHENIANS Imposing Ques- 
tions, no Peoofs. In Answer to their Questions and most 
apparent Mistakes, about the People commonly called Qua- 
kers, and their Profession. This being our 5th Answer 
to their Mercuries of the 7th, 11th and l^th of June last. 

London : Printed for Thomas Northcott, in George-yard, 

in Lombard- street Folio. 1692. ^ 

The other Friends who signed this paper are, John Edridge. William 
Meade, Theodor Eccleston, Willtam Ingram, William Crouch, 
George Whitehead, Walter Benthall, and Thomas Barker. 

He died the 4th of 7th month, 1700. Aged 74 years. 

BATHUKST, Elizabeth (his eldest Daughter), of London. She 
suffered imprisonment in the Marshalsea, Southwark.' 

— An Expostulatory APPEAL to the Professors of Christianity , 
joyned in community with Samuel Anslet. [With a few 
words by Anne Bathurst at the end.] 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

Works, page 1, after the Testimonies. 

— Truth's Vindication, or, a Gentle Stroke to wipe off the 
Foul Aspersions, False Accusations and Misrepresentations, 
cart upon the People of God, called Quakers, both with 
respect to their Principle, ami their way of proselyting people 

P 



210 A CATALOGUE OF BAT 

BATHURST, Elisabeth,— continued. 

over to them. Also, an Epistle to such of the Friends of 
Christ that have lately been convinced of the truth as it is in 
Jesus. ... ... ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1679. 14^ 

Reprinted. — London : Printed and sold by Andrew Soiule at the 
Crooked- Billet in Hollo way-lane, near Shoreditch. 

Small 8vo. 1683. 11 
Works, page 1. 

The Sayings of OTomcn, Which were spoken upon sundry occa- 
sions, in several places of the Scriptures, etc. 

Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle, at the Crooked- Billet 

in Holloway-lane in Shoreditch ... ... Small 8vo. 1683. 1J 

Works, page 199. 

Her Works, entitled,— Truth Vindicated by the Faithful 

Testimony and Writings of the Innocent Servant and Hand- 
Maid of the Lord, Elizabeth Bathuest, deceased. 

Printed for T. Sowle, and sold at the Crooked- Billet, in 

Holy well-lane, in Shoreditch ... ... Small 8vo. ]691. 14^ 

% Reprinted. — London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, near the 
Meeting -House, in White- Hart-court in Gracious-street, 1965. 
(Should be 1695J 12mo. 1695. llf 

% Reprinted again. — London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, 
near the Meeting House, in White- Heart- Court, in Gracious- 
street. 12mo. 1705. 12f 

Reprinted — London : Bejyrinted and sold by the Assigns of 
J. Sowle, at the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard -street. 

12mo. 1731. lljj 

Reprinted, (called) The 3rd edition. — London : Printed and 
sold by Mary Hinde, at No. 2, in George-yard, Lombard-street. 

12mo. 1773. 13f 

Reprinted. — London : Printed and sold by Mary Hinde, at 
No. 2, in George Yard, Lombard-street, (called 4th edition). 

12ino. 1774. 13f 

Reprinted. — London : Printed and sold by James Phillips, 
George-yard, Lombard-street (called 5th edition) ... 12mo. 1788. 9£ 
She died the 9th day of the 10th month, 1685, aged 30 years. 
BATHURST, Grace, of London. 

Her Testimony concerning Elizabeth Bathurst, London, the 

4th of the 6th month, 1 691. [In Elizabeth Bathurst's Works, 
entitled "Truth Vindicated, &c."] 8vo. 1691. 

Reprinted.— See E Bathfrst. 



P Y T FRIENDS Books. k >\ 1 

BATT, Jasper and John Pitman, both of Street, in the County of 
Somerset. — Truth Vindicated, and the Lyar's Refuge swept 
away; being an answer to a Book set forth by Thomas 
Collier, called, "A Looking- Glass fur Quakers /" and also 
to some particulars in a Book of his called " A Dialogue, &c." 
London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Aldersgate ... ... ... 4to. 1658. 9 

See the Title at length under John Pitman's name. 

BATT, Jasper, (By J. B. only.) 

— A Trve and Reall Manifestation of endeared and unfeigned love 
flowing through a Brother from the Endless Life, unto the 

scattered (yet united) flock who are of the SEED ROYALL. 

4to. Printed in the Yeare, 1661. 1^ 
Written in Esllchetier Goale, the 18th of the 10th Month, 1661. 

^[ A True and real manifestation of endeared and unfeigned 

Love, by Jasper Batt ; with " To all the Friends to Truth in 

the Nations, by J. S; [See John Swinton.] ... 4to. 1661. 2 

— Truth & Innoceney TRIUMPHING over dFalsIjoott &' enbv, 

or Jasper Batts's Vindication against William Rogers Un- 
christian and False Insinuations, in his Book Mis-called 
€i)c Cljrtetian (Quaker, kc. 

London: Printed for John Bringhurst, Printer and Sta- 
tioner, at the Sign of the Booh in Graeechurch-street. 

4to. 1681. U 

— A Testimony of the Life & Death of Mary, the Daughter of 
Jasper Batt, and Wife of James Taylor, of Holcombe -Bogus 

Xt"> in the Countv of Devon : Who departed this Life the 14th 
day of the 2nd Month, 1683. Aged 35 years. [Part by 
James Tat lob]. 

London: Printed by John Bringhurst, at the Sign of the 
Book and Three- Black-Birds, in Leaden- Hall Mutton 
Market 4to. Xo Date. 1 

Another Edition. — London : Printed by John Bringhurst at the 
Sign of the Book in Grace-Church- street. ... ... 4to. 1683. 1 

See Testimonies. 

— A Postscript by J. Batt, to John Field's " Scorner Rebuked, 
or a reply to an Atheistical Libeller." ... ... 8vo. About 1693. £ 

He died the 10th of the 9th month 1702. 

BATT, Richard, of Friends' School, Lancaster, son of William Batt. 

Prospectus of a cabinet edition of classical English Poetry, 

selected and arranged by him. ... ... 4to. Bristol. 1833. J 

Gleanings in Poetry, with notes and illustrations, 1st series. 

London : Llarvey and Darton, Gracechurch-sfreef. 

12mo. 1836. 28 

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212 \ A CATALOGUE OF BAT 

BAAVDEX, Jane, of Cornwall 

A Short Account of her. 12tno. Liskeard No Bate. 

She died in the 7th month, 1827, and was buried at Truro. 

*BA YLY, Charles, of London. Eespecting his backsliding see Luke 
Howard's Works printed 1704. 

An Epis. beginning, ** Deare Lambs of my Father's fould, 

keep close together in the unity of the Holy Spirit, &c, Seen 
and given forth in Dover Prison, loth day of the 1st month, 
1661." — Charles Balet. At the end of Humphrey 
Smith's " To the meek and open-hearted Lambes, and Elock 
of Heaven, Ac." Page 7. See H. S. 4to. 1662. 

The 3rd of the 6th month, 1661. From the Common Goal in 

Burkdou in France, about thirty leagues from Dover, where I 
ii *v- * am a Sufferer for speaking the Word of the Lord to two Priests, 
saying, " All Idols, all Idolatries, and all Idol Priests must 
perish," — at the end of "A Narrative of some of the Suffer- 
ings of J P. (Johu Perrot) in the City of Rome." 4to. 1661. j 

| Q, t A Seasonable Warning and WORD of Advice to all Papists, 

but most especially to those of the Kingdome of France ; 
for them to turn from their Idolatry, and gross Superstition, 
and speedily to Repent, and hast to meet the Lord by amend- 
ment of Life, least he come on them, and smite them 
unawares. Which is good counsel from a Friend to your 
Souls, and a Lover of that which would make for your eternal 
welfare. Charles Baily. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1663. S| 

"Written in the Year, 1661, whilst suffering imprisonment in BouRG 
de Ault, neer Deppt. 

A Seasonable Warning to such who profess themselves 

MEMBERS of Reformed Churches, into what Forme soever 
gathered, or where-ever scattered over the face of the whole 
earth, but most especially to France, and the parts adjacent. 
With a few remarkable Queries, &c. Given forth in love to 
all souls, a tender visitation of breathing desires of good 
to the whole creation, by a friend thereof. Charles Bailt. 

4to. London ; Printed in the Year, 1663. 9 \ 

A True and Faitheul Warning unto the People and Inhabit- 
ants of Bristol, and unto the Rulers, Priests, and People of 
England, in general, — Given forth in Newgate, Prison of 
Bristol, by a Sufferer for the Truth of God, called Charles 
Baily. [With a Postscript, by P. B.] 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1663. 5 

A True and Faithful WARNING Sounded forth through a 

true Prophet of the Lord unto all the Inhabitants of the 
EARTH, but more particularly to England, and most 



BAY friends' books. 213 

♦BAYLY, Charles, — continued. 

especially to her cities, London, Bristol, and Winchester, 
whose visitations are almost over, as hath been made known to 
him whose bowels yerns for the restauration of all Back- 
sliders known. By name Chakles Batlet. 

•ito. London, Printed in the Year, 1603. 1J 

The CAUSES of God's Wrath against England; and a Faithfull 

Warning from the Lord to Speedy Repentance ; Foretold by, 
and delivered in A Letter to the King, dated the 4th of the 
7th month, 1663. By Chaeles Batlet, then Prisoner in 
the City of Bristol, now in the Tower of London. 

-Ito. London, Printed in the Year, 1065. 1 

Concerning the puer Meek Spirit of the Lamb. This the 

advice of the Spirit of Love in your simple hearted Brother 
called Charles Bayly. 

Folio. Printed for W. 2L. No Bate. \ 

BAILEY, John, of TJxbridge Common, JLiddlesex. 

A Watchword to the True Quaker ; by an admirer of the 

Author of "The Truth Vindicated."— (With 2 Letters, one 
from a Middlesex Magistrate, and the other from a Wesleyan 
Minister, relative to John Wilkinson's Resignation, &c.) 

4to. No Printer's name or place, 1836. h 

The Christian Religion in a small" compass. (Published by John 

Bailey.) ... TJxbridge: Printed hy PL. G. Cosier. 12mo. 1S35. ^ 
Reprinted, (differently set up) same imprint ... 12mo. 1835. \ 

He died at Hillingdon End, TJxbridge, the 1st of 8th month 1861, 
aged 85 years. 

||BAYLEY, Solomon, A Slave of Delaware, North America. 

■ A Narrative of some remarkable incidents in his Life, — written 

by himself. [Edited by Roeebt Hubbard.] 

12mo. London, 1825. 2£ 

Reprinted, 2nd edition ... ... .-, 12mo. London, 1S25. 2^ 

BAYLE, (or Bayles,) Thomas, of Colchester, Essex. 

His Testimony concerning James Parnell, dated Colchester, 

the 7th of the 7th month, 1671. (In Ja^ies Paexell's 
Works.) , Ito. 1075. 1 

A Testimont to the Free and Universal LOVE of GOD in 

Jesus Christ to the Sons of Men ; in True Love sent forth 
(more especially) to the Inhabitants of Colchester and Parts 
adjacent ; Fcr them to read over, and weigh, with due and 
serious consideration, in the blessed fear of the Lord. By 
Thomas Bayle ... 4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1675. 2i- 






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214 A CATALOGUE OF BAY 

BAYLE, (or Bayles,) Thomas, — continued. 

A Relation of A Man's Retubn and his Travaills out of a 

long and sore Captivitie, to partake of that Rest which 
Remaineth to the People of God. Written for the sake of 
those who wants the Consolation of Israel, and would walke 
in the Heaveulv way thereof, if they knew it. 

Jtr. 4:1. 
If thou wilt return, saith the Lord, return unto me. 

Ibid 17 : 10. 
I the Lord search the heart. 
Written by one of Zyou's Travellors, 
Th. Bayles. 

Xo Printer's name or place. 
Reprinted? 4to. [1677.] 3^ 

The above has a Preface by S. C. [Stephen Crisp.] 

Eine Relation von der Wieder iuufft und Keise eines Meus- 

chen, &c. ... ... ... Amsterdam: 12mo. 1679. 81 pages. 

His Testimony concerning Giles Barnardiston. Colchester, 

the 24th of the 11th month, 1680. See Testimonies. . . . 1681. 

(and Arthur Cotton, John Furly, Daniel Yandewall, Francis 

Newton, Robert Ilaskins, George Dehorn.) Some ACCOUXT 
from COLCHESTER of the Unfairness and Dis-ingenuity 
of Two Rectoes and Two Non-Conformist AIi^istees, and 
Five other Persons, in their Account against the People called 
Quakees. 

London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street, and at the Bible in Leadenhall- 
street 4to. 1690. 3 

The Serious Reading and Comfort of f^oli) Scripture Recom- 
mended. By Thomas Bayles. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, in 

White-Hart-Court, in Gracious-street. Small Svo. 1714. 1 

Preface by Geo. Whitehead and Samuel Waldenfield. 

He died about the 8th or 9th of the 4th month, 1716 ; being burie 
on the 11th, aged 95 years. 

BA VIA, William, of Pool in Dorsetshire, after of London. 

A Warning from the Spirit of Truth, Unto all Persecutors, 

and Enemies of the Dear Children of God, who follow the 
Lamb, and are the Meek of the Earth, and a Plain Infor- 
mation and Direction for the Ignorant, who know not the 
way of God, nor the Voice of his true Prophet, who is the 
Light and Life of Men, &c. ... 4to. London, Printed 1658. 4 

Works, page 1. 



*BAT FlUExVDS' BOOKS. 215 

BAYLY, William, — continued. 

Concerning that which overcomes and prevails with God, at the 

end of Humphrey Smith's " True and everlasting Eule from 

God discovered, &c." ... 4to. 165S. { 

Some Queries for any of the Priests and Eulers of the Nations, 

who profess the Scriptures, to consider and answer in the 

fear of the Lord God. ... ... ... ... 4to. 1058. J 

N.B.— This is inserted in Humphrey Smith's " True and Everlasting 
Rule from God discovered, &c," at page 42, in the 2nd edition of 
that work. 

Works, page 41. 

The Blood of Bighteous Abel, crying from the Ground, being 

a Lamentation for, and a Warning too, all that have a hand 
against the innocent People of God ; especially intended for 
the Rulers and Priests in Ham (p)shire — with "A Voice and 
Visitation of God to the Inhabitants oj the Isle of Wight." 

4to. London, Printed 3rd month 4th day for M. W. [1658.] 1 

Works, page 55. 

(and others.) — The Fruits of Uneighteotjsnes and Injustice 

Brought forth, by John Bulkley and Thomas Bowrman, and 
the Best of the Eiders in Hampshire, against the Innocent 
People of God, called Quakees. [See Htjmphbey Smith.] 
London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull-and- 

Mouth, neer Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1658. 7 

A Short Discovery of the State of Man : before the Fall, in 

the Fall, and out of the Fall again ; Wherein is also laid open 
the ignorance and error of Robert Hall, Preacher at Cole- 
brooke in Buckinghamshire, <$fc. 

4to. London ; Printed the 6th moneth for Mary West- 

icood, ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1659. 1 

Works, page 85. 

A Short Relation or Testimony of the Working of the Light oj 

Christ in me, from my Childhood, Slc. 

4to. London; Printed for Mary Westwood in the 6th 

Month, ° 1659. 1£ 

This is the first piece in his Collected Works, after the Table, but 
is not paged. 

A Warning from the Lord, to the Inhabitants of the Citty of 

London ; gave forth on the Day after their Fast and Humili- 
ation, the 1st day of the 7th month, 1659. 

4to. London : Printed for Mary Westwood, in the 7th 

Month, ... 1659. j 

Works, page 106. 



%A. Word from the Lord to the Priests of England in General ^V 

that teach for Hire. (Written by a Servant of the Lord at 
Wellingborrow, in Northampton-shire.) 

4 to. JVo Printer's name, place, or date [about 1659]. 



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216 A CATALOGUE OF B A \" 

BAYLY, William,— continued. 

This is for them that do nourish up their hearts as in a day of 

slaughter, who for the Joy of an Earthly King have grieved, 
Dishonoured and Blasphemed the Lord, who is King of 
Heaven and the whole Earth, before whom all Nations must 

Bow and Tremble 4to. 1660. J 

Works, page 115. 

The Life or Enoch again KEV1VED, in which AbeVs 

Offering is Accepted, and Cain's Mark Known, and he 
Rejected through the opening of the inward Mystery of Crea- 
tion, by the first Mover and Former thereof, who is the only 
wise, invisible God, &c. (also a common objection answered, 
about the Name of Jesus). 

London: Printed for Thomas Simmons. ... 4to. 1602. 3^ 

Works, page 125. 

Iacob is become a Flame and the House of Esav stubble, or the 
Battaii betwixt Michael and the Dragon, in which the seed of 
the woman is bruising the Serpent's Head. And Cain the 
first birth the Persecutor is found the Vagabond and Abel 
and Abraham (that wandred) the freinds of God, &c. 

Ito. No Printer's name, place or date. 2^ 
Works, page 185. 

The Vision of William Bavlv. Folio. No date. ± 

Works, page 225 

A Message sent forth from the Risen Seed of God, being a 

faithful Expostulation and Testimony concerning the unjust 
and hard dealings of the Rulers and People in England, who 
have a hand in the cruel oppressions and sufferings of the 
People ot God, called Quakers. 4to. Printed for W. M. 1662. 1^ 

Works, page 213. 

A General Epistle to all Eeiesds, Who are called and gathered 
of God, called QVAKERS.— (At the end) By One whose 
soul travels for Sion Sake, W. B. — FYoni the White Lyon 
Prison in Southwark the 9th moneth, 62. 

4to. Printed for W. M. [J.G62.] i 
Works, page 229 

Some words given forth by the Spirit of Truth to all People in 
the year 1662. (In verse.) Printed for W. M. 4to. [1662.] i 

Works, page 238. 

A Briefe Declaration to all the World, from the Innocent People 
of God, called Quakers, of our Principle and Beleif concerning 
Plottings and Fightings with Carnal Weapons, against any 
People, Men or Nations upon the Earth, &c. 

Ito. Printed for W. M. 1662. 1 
Works, page 16/ 

See also Ql'AKtK.-?. 



I 



B A 5T FRIENDS' BOOKS. 'Ill 

HA YLY, William, — continued. 

— Deep calleth unto Deep ; or a Visitation from on High unto 
the Breathing seed of Jacob ; which is not satisfied among 

V* all the Professions in the Earth, or with the Husks cannot 
fill its Belly, but is pincht with hunger, and feels a secret cry 
for the true Bread, that comes down from Heaven, which 
gives Eternal Life. 4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1663. 

Works, page 261. 

— A Grievous Lamentation over thee, England, or, The greatest 
part of thy Inhabitants, who have icithstood the Day of their 
Visitation. With the Word of the Lord to thy Riders and 
Teachers, who continue persecuting and oppressing the dear 
children and People of the Most High, &c. (Written in 
Hertford Prison.) 4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1663. 1 

Works, page 313. 

— To the Camp of Israel (whom he hath brought up out of the 
Land of Egypt, by a mighty hand and out- stretched Arm), 
called Quakeks, in England (or elsewhere upon the Eace of 
the Earth). A Visitation and dear Salutation from the 
Breathings of the Life of a true Jew, in the tender love of 
the God of Jacob. ... 4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1663. If 

Works, page 325. 

— The Lamb's Government to be exalted overall in Israel : who 
is the Captain of their salvation, whose right alone it is, (in 
whose mouth is found no Guile) and not any other birth, 
spirit, Man or Image whatsoever, or, the Glokt of the 
Lokd risen like devouring fire, to search out every false Birth, 
and false Spirit, and to consume Antichrist with the spirit of 
his mouth, and destroy him by the brightness of his coming. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1663. 4 j 
Works, page 315. 

Written whilst Prisoner at Hartford, the 2nd day of the 8th month, 
1663. 

— ^[A Few Seasonable Words to pass through ISEAEL, as a Warn- 
ing; that all may take heed they do not betray their Testimony, 
in this day of Tryal and hour of Temptation, &c. 

Broadside. Printed for M. W. 1663. ^ 
Works, page 401. 

— An Answer to a Queby, published in the News-Book, con- 
cerning Help against the Turk. ... ... ... 4to. 1663. \ 

Works, page 405. 

— An Abeow shot against BABYLON out of Joseph's Bow, 
which grew up from the stem of Jesse, the Eoot and Offspring 
of David, (and was bent by the Archer of Israel, which hath 
struck at Cains Mark, from Paradice into the Land of JS'od, 



218 A CATALOGUE OF BAY 

BAYLY, William, — continued. 

/and hath lighted in the slcirts of the Great Whore, to the 
discovering the Mother (or Original) of Harlots, and all 
Abominations of the Earth ; tracing her in her footsteps 
(with all her Companions and Merchants, the Beast, Dragon, 
and false Prophet) by the blood of the Prophets and Saints, 
and of all that were slain upon the Earth, &c. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1663. 3^ 
Works, page -109. 

■ A Vindication of the Commands and Doctrine of Christ 

Jesus, and of his People, in their faithful obedience to him, 
against all Swearers and Swearing whatsoever, according to 
the scriptures of Tryth, &c. (From my Prison at Harford, 
the 10th month, 1663.) (Signed W. B. only.) 

4to. Printed for W. M. [1663.] 2 
Works, page 4-53. 

Pure Encouragements from the Spirit of the Lord, as a joy full 

Salutation, with full Assurance of victory unto the Noble 
Abmy of the LAMB, against whom the Gates of Hell and 
Death shall never prevail. (From my Prison at Hartford, 
the 20th of the 4th mo., 64.) Signed W. B. only. 

4to. JS T o printer's name or place. [1664. 1 

Works, page 481. 

The Great and Dreadful Day of the Lord God Almighty, 

(which is hastening as a flood upon the whole World of the 
Ungodly), once more proclaimed, That All People may again 
be warned to Bepent with speed, and so be left without 

excuse. (W. B.) Broadside. [1664.] 1 

Works, page 497. 

Some Words of W r arning and Exhortation unto all Young 

People and Children throughout the Whole World. Given 
forth in Tender Love to their Immortal Souls. By Wil- 
liam Bayly 4to. 1664. 2 

Works, page 526. 

An Epistle General : containing Wholsome Exhortations and 

Good Counsel, from the Spirit of Truth, unto all such as are 
or may be under the Judgment or Sentence of Banishment, 
for the Testimony of Jesus Christ, (which is held in a Tender 
Conscience) throughout the Nation of England, etc. (Written 
from Hertford, 26th of 6th mo., 1664.) 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1664. 2 
Works, page 497 

For the King and Parliament, and his Councel and Teachers, 

and to every Individual Person, Superiour and Inferiour, 
throughout the English Nation, that have a Hand against 



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AY FKIENDS' BOOKS. 219 

BAYLY, William,— continued. 

the Innocent People of God, called QUAKEPS, One Visita- 
tion and Warning more from the Lord unto You. 

4to. Printed in the Year 1604. 1^ 
Works, page 539 

— Seven Thunders vttering their Voices, and the Seveu Last 
Trvmpets Preparing to Sound, in the Spirit of Jealousies, 
(which is jealous for Sion), Proclaiming the great, and 
notable and terrible day of Iehovah, the Mighty God of 
trembling Israel's Camp, in which no Flesh shall be saved 
but for the Elect's Sake. 4to. No printers name, place, or date. 1 

— The Dreadful, and Terrible, Day of the Lord God, to overtake 
this Generation suddenly ; once more Proclaimed. (Fore- 
part by I. s.] 4to. No printer's name, place, or date. h 

Works, page 558. 

— A Testimony of Truth against all the Sowers of Dissention, 
Strife, and Discord amongst the People of God, by what 
Practice, or under what pretence soever. Being intended 
principally for Wales, yet elsewhere to be disposed by 
Friends. 4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1667. 1 

Works, page 564. 

— The True Christ Owned in a few Plain Words of Truth, by 
way of Reply to all such Professors or Profane, who lay to 
the charge of the Elect People of God, called Quakers, That 
they deny the Blood of Christ, and his Body, and Resurrec- 
tion, and that they deny the Lord that bought them, and 
trample the Blood of the Covenant under their feet. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1667. 3 

Works, page 573. 

— A Letter to the Mayor of London, Samuel Starling. 
4to. [Newgate Prison, the Uh day of the 8th Ifoneth, 1670.] | 

In works, but not paged, placed between pages 604 and 605. 

— A Faithful Testimony and Warning Concerning the Certainty 
of the Great and JSTotable Day of the Lord, broken forth (in 
this Age) after the long Night of Apostacy ; wherein he will 
accomplish his great and glorious Work (determined) of 
Kedemption and Eestauration, &c. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1672. 3| 
Works, page 605. 

— A Call and Visitation from the Lord God of Heaven and Earth 
unto Christendom (so called), Who profess to Know God, 
but in Works deny Him. 4to. Printed in the Year, 1673. 5^ 

Works, page 645. 

— and John Crook. — Eebellion Eebuked : in an Answer to a 
Scandalous Pamphlet, entitled, " The Quaker converted to 
Christianity, &c. written bv one William Haworth, an 



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220 A CATALOGUE OF BAT 

BAYLY, William, — continued. 

Independent-Preacher in Hartford-shire, and William 
Dimsdale, a Young man in the Town of Hartford, a Pro- 
fessor, and a Hearer of the said W. H. By the Friends of 
Truth, who wish its Prosperity in True Love to the Souls of 
all People, John Crook, William Bayly. 

4to. 'Printed in the Year, 1673. 7 
Works, page 695 # 

A Testimony against DRUNKENNESS and Swearing, &c. 

Being the Copy of a Paper written and given forth (at 
Polch-Ground within the Haven of Long- Sound) in Norway 
the 20th of the fifth Moneth, 1674) in the King of Den- 
mark's Dominion. By William Bayly. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1675. 1 
Works, page 739. 

The Counterfeit Convert Discovered, or William 

Ma worth's Book, entituled, [The Quaker converted to Chris- 
tianity re-established^] refuted. By John Crook and William 
Bayley 4to. [1676] 18 

AVilliam Bayly his EEPLY to William Haworth's Latter 

Part of his Quaker Converted Re-established. And also, a 

few Words in Reply to William Dimsdale. By William 

Bayly. 4to. Printed in the Year, 1676. 4 

This is Wm. Bayly's part only of the foregoing, reprinted so as to be 

placed in his Works, commencing at page 745, some copies of 

which have it inserted. 

A Collection of the Several Wrightings of that True Prophet, 

Faithful Servant of God, and Sufferer for the Testimony of 
Jesus, William Bayly, who finished his Testimony, and 
laid down his Head in Peace with the Lord, the Eirst day of 
the Fourth Moneth, in the Year 1675. 

Being dead, yet speaketh. — Heb. 11. 4. 

The Righteous shall be had in Everlasting Remembrance. — Psal. 11 2. 6. 

And they that be zcise shall shine as the Firmament ; and they that turn. 

many to Righteousness, as the Stars, for ever and ever. — Dan. 12. 3. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1676. 97 

Reprinted. — Philadelphia : Marcus T. C. Gould, No. 6, North 
Eighth-street. Neio York: Isaac T. Hopper, No. 420, Pearl- 
street. J. Harding, Printer 8vo. 1830. 2| 

He died at sea, the 1st day of the 4th month, 1675. 

BAYLY, Mary, his Widow. 

Her Testimonv concerning her deceased Husband, &c. at the 

end of Wm. Bayly's Collected Writings 4to. 1676. \ 

BAYNES, John, of Leeds. 

An Address to the Inhabitants of Leeds, on the subject of 

attending Play-Houses, which lie in that old Broad way 

that leadeth to destruction. 

B. Dewhirst, Printer, Leeds. ... Folio. [1816.] 






, e A friends' books. 221 

EACON CONTBOVEBSY.— Anonymous Books and Pamphlets, 

Pro and Con, arising out of the publication of "A Beacon 
to the Society of Friends, by Isaac Crewdson, 1S35." A 
few may be contemporaneous and not immediately connected 
with the controversy. 

- On Mutual Tolerance, and on the ultimate Test of Truth : 
occasioned by a recent publication, entitled. " A Beacon to 
the Society of Friends." By the Author of " Bemarks on 
Catholic Emancipation, and on the former ascendancy and 
present state of the Eoman Catholic Eeligion."' [Be>~j. 
Dockray, of Lancaster.] 

London : Published by Geo. JB. Whittaker and Co. ; and 
Robert Hudson, Lancaster. ... ... ... 8vo. 1S35. 4T| 

- To the Friends of Manchester Meeting. Signed " Senex."' 

8vo. 1S35. \ 

- Letter on ' ; Hai Ebn Tokdhan," by J. H. [John Harrison?] 
Harrison and Crosjield, Printers, JIanchester. 4to. [1835.] ^ 

- Controversy between Friends in England and Isaac Crewdson, 
Isaac Braithwaite, and others, conspicuous members of that 
portion of the Society styled Evangelical Friends, in relation 
to some of the fundamental doctrines of the Society. 

London, 1S35. New York: Republished b// Lsaac T. Hopper. 

12mo. 1835. \\ 

This is merely a reprint of Thos. Thompson's Letter, with Isaac 
Braithwaite' s Reply ; T. T.'s Letter to Thos. Robson, and a Letter 
of Richard Ball's. 

- Extracts from Periodical "Works, on the Controversy amongst 
the Society of Friends. 

London ; Hamilton, Adams, and Co. Liverpool : D. 

Margies and Co 12mo. 1835. 3| 

- Truth Vindicated : being an appeal to the Light of Christ 
within ; and to the Testimony of Holy Scripture ; by way of 
answer to a pamphlet, entitled, " Extracts from periodical 
works on the Controversy amongst the Society of Friends." 
[By Henry Martin.] 

London: Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopsgate-street . 

12mo. 1835. 9^ 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition, carefully revised, with additions. 
— London : Edmund Fry and Son, Bislwpsgate-street ; Fd- 
mund Fry, Jun., Plymouth. ... ... ... 12mo. 1836. 11^ 

- Early Friends and Modern Professors, in reply to " Strictures," 
by Joseph John G-urnev. By the Author of "The Truth 
Vindicated." [Henry Martin.] 

London : Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopsgate-street ; and 

Edmund Fry, Jun.,' Plymouth. ... ... 12mo. 183G. G^ 



222 A CATALOGUE OF B E A 

BEACON CONTROVERSY,— continued. 

Letters by Philo and others in the Christian Advocate and 

Patriot newspapers, published in 1836. 

Philo answered ; his letter to the Paper called " The Christian 

Advocate," thoroughly dissected, and his anti-scriptural 
Tenets clearly refuted, from the scriptures of Truth. [By 
Heney Martin. j 

London : Published by Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopsgate- 

street, without. " 8vo. 1836. \\ 

A Defence of the Original Principles of the Society of Friends, 

in a series of letters, No. 1, by the Author of " The Truth 
vindicated." [Heney Maettn.] 

London : Published by Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopsgate- 

street, without. * 8vo. 1836. 3 

The same, No. 2, on the paramount authority of the Spirit. 

London : Published by Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopsgate- 

street, without. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1837. 31 

A Letter to John Wilkinson, on his Resignation of Member- 
ship in the Society of Friends. By the Author of " The 
Truth Vindicated." [Heney Maetin.] 

London : Published by Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopsgate- 

street, without. ... ... ... Eoyal 12mo. 1836. 1 

A Lamp for the Beacon, containing extracts from a work 

entitled, " A Beacon to the Society of Friends, by Isaac 
Crewdson," with parallel passages, from the writings of the 
opponents of the early Friends, designed to show the simi- 
larity of their Doctrines. Together with a Refutation of the 
same, By George Fox, and others. 

London: Edmund Fry and Son, Bishop sg ate- street. 
Printed by John Harrison, Manchester. ... 12mo. 1836. 

■ A Letter addressed to The " Christian Advocate," relative to 

the Society of Friends. By O. T. E. 

Lpsivich : Published by S. H. Cowell ; and sold in London 
by Edmund Fry, lloundsditch : John and Arthur Arch ; 
Cornhill ; and Hamilton, Adams, Sf Co., Paternoster-row. 

12mo. 1836. 

A Letter on the Lord's Supper. By a Member of the Society 

of Friends. [Maey Stacey, Jun., who afterwards seceded.'] 
London: Edmund Fry and Son. 12mo. 1836. 

A Testimony to the Truth of Grod, as held by the People called 

Quakers : being a short vindication of them from the abuses 
and misrepresentations often put upon them, &c, 1698, (by 
Wm. Penn) republished, accompanied by Extracts from the 
Early Writings of Friends, in vindication of the Societv 






iEA friends' books. 22:3 

IEACON CONTROVERSY — continued. 

from several similar misrepresentations revived in the present 
dav, as well as in explanation of some of their doctrines. 
[By A. R. Barclay.] 

London: John and Arthur Arch, Cor nhill. ... 8vo. 1830. 3§ 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition, with additions. 

London: John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill. ... 8vo. 1836. 3f 

A few brief Remarks on the Scriptural Evidence in favour of 

the Observance of Water Baptism, and the Lord's Supper ; 
to which are added, some Observations on the propriety of 
reading the Scriptures in Assemblies for the Worship of 
God. 

Kendal: Printed by Hudson and Nicholson. ... 12mo. 183G. 1^ 

Brief Remarks on the Scriptural Evidence in favour of the 

Observance of Water Baptism, and the Lord's Supper ; to 
which are added, some Observations on the Propriety" of 
reading the Scriptures in Assemblies for the Worship of 
God. 

Kendal : Printed and published by Hudson and Nicholson ; 
and sold in London by Whittaker and Co., Ave Maria 

Lane 8vo. 1836. 3| 

This is a reprint from the former impression, as above printed for 
private circulation only. 

- A Few Remarks addressed to the Society of Friends, on the 
subject of a revival of Religion amongst them. By a Member. 
[Maria Arthington.] 

Printed for M. Robinson, Bookseller, Leeds. 

4to. [1836?] ^ 

- Reply to J. Wilkinson's Aspersion of the Principles of the 
Society of Friends. J3n one ujfyo tS not a fBcmbcr of tl)c 
§o titty. 

Sheffield : Planted and Published by G. Ridge, Mercury 

Office; and may be had of all Booksellers. ... 8vo. 1836. J 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition. 

Sheffield : Printed and Published by G. Ridge, Mercury 
Office ; and may be had of Darton and Harvey, Grace- 
church-street, London ; and of all other Booksellers. 
Price Twopence. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1836. % 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition 

Sheffield : Printed and Published by G. Ridge, Mercury 

Office 8vo. 1S36. | 

Reprinted. — The 4th edition. 

London : Edmund Fry and Son, Bishopsqate-street ; and 

Edmund Fry, Jun.,' Plymouth. 8vo. 1836. ^ 



224 A CATALOGUE OF B E A 



BEACON CONTROVERSY,— continued. 

Strictures on a late publication, entitled, " A Remonstrance to 

the Society of Friends. [By Joseph Treffry.] 

London: J. fy A. Arch," Cornhill ; Darton and Harvey, 
Gracechurch-street ; and E. Fry and Son, Bishops gate- 
street; G. Davy, Bristol; E. Fry, Jim., Plymouth; 
and Thomas Balle, Exeter 8vo. 183(5. I 

Friends and Independents : or, remarks upon the controversy 

in the Society of Friends ; and upon Ralph Wardlaw's 
4 ' Friendly Letters " to that Society. 

"As for this sect —it is everywhere spoken against." — Acts. 
Glasgow : John M'Leod, 20, Argyle-st. ; John Anderson, 
Jan., Edinburgh ; Edmund Fry and Son, London; and 
Willmer and Smith, Liverpool. .. ... 8vo. 1836. 3 

A Letter to Dr. Hancock, from the children of a deceased 

Minister of the Society of Friends, on the Doctrine of Jus- 
tification by Faith in Christ crucified. Published by a 
Member of that Society. 

London : Hamilton, Adams, fy Co. Bristol : J. Wright. 

12mo. 1836. 2 

Friends as they were, with counsel annexed ; extracted from 

a work printed in America, and edited by a Member of the 
Society ; with a paragraph from the Yearly Meeting' 's General 
Epistle, 1737. 8vo. No printer's name or place [1836.] 

A Rational Appeal, addressed to the Friends, or Quakers, of 

Great Britain, on the present critical state of their Religious 
Society ; with some preliminary Remarks, intended chiefly 
for those who do not belong to that sect. 

London : Effingham Wilson, Boyal Exchange. 8vo. 1836. 1 

Extracts from the Writings of the Early Friends. (Published 

in Nos. 1-6.) 

London : Published by Hamilton, Adams, Sf Co. 8vo. 1836. 2 

Reflections on the Policy of the Yearly Meeting's Committee. 

By a Member of the Society of Friends. 

London : Hamilton^ Adams, Sf Co., Paternoster-row ; and 

John Wright, Bristol. 12mo. 1836. 1 

A Paper headed, " Society of Friends," and beginning, " It will 

be known to most persons, — that a separation has taken 
place in Manchester, amongst this Body," &c 

John Dale, Printer, Lvegate, Bradford. 4to. B. [1836.] 

The Fell Letter, &c. (a Paper throwing some doubt as to the 

authenticity of a fac-simile one prefixed to Wilkinson's 
" Quakerism examined). 

John Harrison, Printer, Manchester. ... ... 4to. 1837. ; 






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friends' books. 225 



BEACON CONTEOVEESY — continued. 

- Quakerism. By a Member of the Society of Friends. [Wn. 
Collier?] ' 4to. 1837. J 

Eeprinted in " The Irish Friend," vol. 2, page 46. ... 1839. 

- Eemarks on Water Baptism and Eevelation. By the Author 
of " Observations on the Institutions and Habits of English 
Society, &c." [George Knight ?] 

London : Published for the Author by Darton and ClarJc, 
Holborn Hill, $c 12mo. 1837. 2 

- Open Communion, with Liberty of Ministry, the only prac- 
ticable grounds for real union among Christians, by an ex- 
Member of the Society of Friends. 

Kendal : Printed by Hudson and Nicholson, sold in London 

by Whitaher and others ... 12mo. 1837. 

Eeprinted.— 2nd edition 12mo. 1838. 

Eeprinted. — 3rd edition. 

London : Central Tract Depot, 1, Warivick Square. 

12mo. 1838. 

- Early Friends and Dr. Ash; or, an Exhibition of their Principles, 
in Eeply to his Work on "The Christian Profession of the 
Society of Friends." 

London: Printed by Q. Ellerton, Gough Square ; Hamilton, 
Adams Sf Co., Paternoster Bow; and E. Fry § Son, 
Bishopsgate Street Without 8vo. 1837. 2| 

- Eemarks on Light and Conscience. 
Boice, Printer, Plymouth. ... ... ... 8vo. No date. 

"These remarks have chiefly reference to Dr. Wardlaw's Friendly 
Letters to the Society of Friends." — Note to the above. 

- Extracts from the Writings of Henry and Samuel Tuke, respect- 
ing our Early Friends, their Writings and Labours. 12mo. No date. 

- Selections from the New Testament relating to Baptism. 
London : Printed by Compton and Bitchie, Middle Street, 

Cloth Fair ; and sold by Edmund Fry and Son, Bishops- 

gate Street Without. 8vo. [1837?] l£ 

- Letters to a Member of the Society of Friends, by a Clergyman 
of the Church of England. — No. 1. On the Principles of 
Quakerism, and their connection with those professed by 
other Sects and by the Church. — No. 2. On Baptism. — No. 
3. On Baptism and the Lord's Supper. — No. 4. On the 
Lord's Supper. — No. 5. On the Written Word. — No. 6. On 
the Ministry. — No. 7. On Worship.— No. 8. On the History 
and Prospects of the Church. 

London: W. Barton and Son, Holborn Hill. Post 8vo. 1837-38. 
N.B. — These letters, written by F. D. Maurice, were after- 
wards issued under the title of 

- " The Kingdom of Christ : or Hints on the Principles, Ordi- 

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226 A CATALOGUE OF B E A 

BEACON CONTROVERSY,— continued. 

nances, and Constitution of the Catholic Church, etc." In 
2 vols. 

London : Darton and Clark, Holborn Hill. 

"Water Baptism and the Lord's Supper, Scriptural Arguments 

in behalf of the perpetual obligation of these ordinances. By 
Isaac Crewdson, of Manchester, England ; Elisha Bates, of 
Ohio, and a few additional remarks, by Iota. 

Philadelphia : Wm. Stavely, 12, Pear Street. 12mo. 1837. 5 

Seven Letters to the Society of Friends upon the Perpetuity, 

subjects, and mode of the Bite of Baptism. Attended with 
numerous extracts from the writers of eminent authors 
belonging to the Society, from Bobcrt Barclay auB £23tlltam 
JPcnu down to living writers. By Theophilits. 

London : Thomas Ward fy Co., 27, Paternoster Bow. 

(Printed at JVewcastle-on-Tyne.) 16mo. 1837. 2 

The One Baptism asserted, and its sufficiency proved. [By 

Terence Wills.] 

Manchester : Printed by John Harrison, Abraham'' s Court, 

Market Street. Svo. 1838. 1 

2nd edition. — Manchester: Printed by John Harrison. Svo. 1838. li 

A Defence of the Friend' s Doctrine of Baptism ; containing 

Beasons for rejecting Water Baptism, as not " an ordinance 
of Christ :" with brief remarks on the Lord's Supper. Ad- 
dressed to the Society of Friends. By Beeeus. 

Leeds : Printed by H. Culling worth and Son, Boar Lane. 

8vo. 

A Letter to Her Most Gracious Majesty, Victoria, on the 

Irreligion of Oaths. By a Member of the Church of England. 
London : Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street. 

12mo. 1838. 

■ The Inwabd Light. Beprinted from " The Inquirer " for 

December, 1S38. 

London : Thomas Ward and Co., 27, Paternoster Bow. 

8vo. 1839. 

For other works relating to this controversy, see Wm. ALEXANDER, 
Maria Arthlngton, Edward Ash, Eichard Ball, Abram R. 
Barclay, Elisha Bates, John Bailey, Wm. Boulton, Isaac 
Braithwaite, Isaac Crewdson, Thos. D. Crewdson, Wm. Dill- 
worth Crewdson. Joseph Eaton, Charles Gilpin, J.J. Gubney, 
Maria Hack, Thos. Hancock, John Harrison, John Eliot 
Howard, Luke Howard, Robert Jowitt, Wm. Lean, Henry 
Martin, *B.W. Newton, *George Pilkington, George Richard- 
son, Wm. Richardson, John Rowntree, Joseph Sutton, Thos. 
Thompson, Saml. Tuke, *Ralph Wardlaw, *Arthuk Wemyss, 
John Wilkinson, and Yearly Meeting, &c, &c. 
Those marked * not of the Society. 



3EA friends' books. 227 

SEALING-, Benjamin, of Talbot Court, Gracechurch Street, after- 
wards of Bisliopsgate Parish, London, was Recording Clerk 
of the Society for man) r years ; also Clerk of the Yearly 
Meeting, the Epistles of that Meeting from 1689 to 1721, 
both inclusive, were signed by him on its behalf, being a 
period of 33 years. 

and Thomas Story. — Reasons why those of the People called 

Quakers, challenged by George Keith, to meet him at Turner' s 
Sail the Wth of this Month, called June, 1696. Refuse their 
Appearance at his Peremptory Summons. 

London : Printed by T. Sowle, in White Hart-Court, in 

Gracechurch Street. ... ... ... Folio. 1696. ^ 

- Ajdvebtisement. — " There is a Bad Person, between 30 and 
40 years of Age, of a middle stature, some cast with his 
eyes, &c" 4to. 170f J 

This paper is dated, "London, the 14th of the 1st Month, called 

March, 170£," and signed on behalf of Friends, by Benjamin 

Bealing. There is a note added which says, " The substance of 

this paper was printed about 3 years since, and published in order 

to stop the irregular practices of this person, &c." 

Benjamin Bealing was twice married ; Elizabeth was his first wife ; she 

dying, he married Cordelia Cowdry, who died of consumption the 26th of 

7th month, 1729, aged 52 years, and was buried on the 30th of the same 

month in Friends' burial-ground, Bunhill Fields. In his declining years 

his Friends recommended his removal into the country to some place remote 

from London, probably into Cornwall, where several of the Bealing family 

resided, or into Hampshire, where he had a small estate at Millbrooke. 

He died about the year 1739. 

JEAED, Eobert, of Hertfordshire. See Beed. 

BEAVEN, Thomas, of Melkesham, in Wiltshire. 

— John Plimpton's Ten Charges against the People, called 
QUAKEES, briefly answerd. 

Bristol : Printed by Will. Bonny, for the Author. 

4to. 1696. 1 

- ^[To the Quakers, at their Monthly Meeting, to be held at War- 
minster, in the County of Wilts, Nov. 8th, 1706. (Thomas 
Beaven, Jun.) ... Polio. 1706. 1 

Eeprinted. — (Without his order. Bohun Fox's edition.) 

London : Printed and sold by Benjamin Bragge, at the 

Black Baven, in Pater-noster Bow. ... Eolio. 1706. 1 

- Thomas Beaven 's Second Thoughts, in Relation to the Quakers. 
Printed : and sold by B. Braog, at the Baven in Paternoster 

Bow 4to. 1707. 2 

^[Thomas Beaven's Second Part, in Belation to tlie Quakers. 

Bristol : Printed by W. B. (suppose Wm. Bonny) 4to. 1707. 3 
I — another edition, different. 4to. No printer's name or place. [1707 '.] 2\ 

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fBEAVEN, Thomas,— continued. 

The $>tgf)'$™st of Melksham, his Reasonings, his conces- 
sions, and his J^cI^ContvatltcttonS : Briefly Examined in a 
Sober Vindication of a Paper Entituled, J^econfc Cf)ougi)tS, 
Relating to the Quakers, being a Reply to Bohun Fox's 
Agrippa, &c. By Thomas Beaven, Jun. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Soivle, in White-Hart- 

Court, in Gracious Street 8vo. 1707. 3§ 

Some Observations on the Controversie lately depending, 

between 33o^UH dfar, Vicar of Melksham, and Thomas 
JBeaven, Jun. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Sowle, in White Hart 

Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1708. 1 

An Essay concerning the Restoration of Primitive Christianity, 

in a conduct truly pious and religious. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Soivle, at 

the Bible in George-yard in Lombard St. ... 8vo. 1723. 8 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition, with additions. By Thomas 
Beaven. 
London : Printed and sold at the Bible, in George- Yard, 

Lombard Street 12mo. 1729. 9 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition. 

London : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, Lom- 
bard Street 12mo. 1793. 7| 

N.B. — The 1st edition is "Anonymous." 

On Prayer. Principally extracted from, " an Essay concerning 

the Restoration of Primitive Christianity, &c." (The above 
work.) 

York : Printed by Thomas Wilson and Sons, High Ouse- 
gate, for William Alexander. 12mo. 1813. 

Supernatural Influences necessary to Salvation ; being a Vin- 
dication of the 4th Proposition of Robert Barclay's Apology 
for the true Christian Divinity, in answer to Thomas Chubb 's 
Treatise, entituled, an Examination of Mr. Barclay's Prin- 
ciples, with Regard to Man's Natural Ability since the Pall. 
By Thomas Beaver. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Boberts, at the Oxford 
Arms in Warwick Lane, and the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 
the Bible in George Yard, Lombard Street. 8vo. 1726. 3| 

The same. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George-yard, in Lombard St. ... 8vo. 1726. 3| 

The Agency of God, and the Agency of Man, co-working in 

the Salvation of Man ; being a second Vindication of the 4th 
Proposition of R. Barclay's Apology, for the True Christian 






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BEAVEN, Thomas, — continued. 

Divinity, in Rejoynder to a Treatise of Thomas Chubb 1 s, 
entitled Human Nature Vindicated. By Thomas Beaven. 
London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George Yard, Lombard Street. 8vo. 1727. 3^ 

The Teuth and Excellency of the Gospel Dispensation 

briefly considered, in the interpretation of 2 Pet. i. 19. " We 
have also a more sure Word of Prophecy.'' 1 Paraphrastically 
deduced from the Nature of the Gospel, and Christ's own 
words: and consonant to the Liturgy of the Church of 
England. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Roberts, at the Oxford 
Arms, in Warwick Lane. ... ... ... 8vo. 1727. 2 J 

The same. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Sonde, at the Bible, in 

George-yard, Lombard Street. ... ... 8vo. 1727. 2 \ 

Query, if THOS. Beaven's, it being ANONYMOUS. 

Scripture Evidence defended, in answer to Thomas Chubb 's 

Tract, intituled, Scripture Evidence considered : wherein the 
Truth of Christianity, and the fourth Proposition of Robert 
Barclay's Apology, are maintained against Deism and Ln- 
fdelity. Being a Eeview of the Controversy betwixt Thomas 
Chubb and Thomas Beaven, relating to the aforesaid Propo- 
sition. By Thomas Beaven. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George Yard, in Lombard Street. 8vo. 1728. 4 

BECK, Edward, of Worton Cottage, Lsleworth, Middlesex. 

- A Treatise on the Cultivation of the Pelargonium. By E. Beck. 
Illustrated with carefully-coloured plates of eight seedling 
varieties, drawn by Miss Drake and Mr. Holden. 

London: Chapman and Hall, 186, Strand. ... 8vo. 1817. 1^ 

The Florist (and Garden Miscellany), 3 vols. Yol. 4 (New 

Series) The Elorist, Eruitist, and Garden Miscellany (Super- 
intended by E. Beck) 8vo. London, 1848-61. 

[Continued as] 

- The Elorist and Pomologist : a pictorial Monthly Magazine of 
Elowers, Eruits, and General Horticulture, conducted by R. 
Hoggand and J. Spencer ; assisted by — T. Moore, etc. 

8vo. London, 1S62, etc. 

- A Packet of Seeds saved by an Old Gardener. [Anonymous]. 
Reprinted. — The 2nd edition, enlarged. 

London: Chapman and Hall, 193, Piccadilly. ... 12mo. 1S61. 

He died the 15th of 1st month, 1861, in the 58th year of his age. 
— See an obituary notice of him in The, Florist. 



230 A CATALOGUE OF B E C 






BECK, John, Isabel Gardner, and others, of Westmoreland. 

A Certain and True Eelation of the Heavenly Enjoyments 

and Living Testimonies of God's Love unto her (S. Beck's) 
Soul.— Declared upon the Dying-Bed of Saeah, the Wife of 
John Beck, of Dockra in the County of Westmoreland, who 
departed this Life the 13th day of the 6th moneth, 1679. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1680. 1^ 

BECK, Joseph, of Frenchay, near Bristol. 

Verses occasioned by reading some strictures on Barclay's 

Apology. [Anonymous], 

Small 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1785. 2| 

BECK, Eichard Low, of London. 

Practical hints on Life Assurance. By Eichard L. Beck. 

London : William and Frederick G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate 

Street, Without. 8vo. 1853. 1£ 

Note. — Eeprinted from the Morning Chronicle. 
He died the 2nd of 12th month, 1854, aged 62 years, and was in- 
terred in Friends' Burial Ground, Stoke Newington. 

BECK, Eichard, of Tipper Holloivay, London. 

Eemarks on the Universal Screw, read before the Micro- 
scopical Society, 1859 ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1859. 

A Description of the Universal Achromatic Microscope, &c, 

read 1861 8vo. 1861. 10 pages. 

On the Scales of Lepidocyrtus, hitherto termed Podura-Scales, 

and their value as Tests for the Microscope, read 1862. 

8vo. 1862. 9 pages 

■ Description of a New Stand for a Single Microscope, with an 

arrangement for using the Magnifiers with both eyes, read 

1863 8vo. 1863. 10 pages 

Description of a New Eorm of Live Trap and Parabolic Eeflector, 

read 1865 8vo. 1865. 6 

A Short Description of an Acarus and its Agamic Eeproduction, 

read 1865 8vo. 1865. 

A Treatise on the Construction, Proper Use, and Capabilities 

of Smith, Beck, and Beck's Achromatic Microscopes (With 
38 Plates and 76 Wood-cuts and Descriptions). 

London: Printed for Smith, Beck, and Beck, 31, Corn- 
hill, Published by John Van Voorst, Paternoster Row. 

8vo. 1865. 134 pages 

A Eevolving Disc-Holder for Opaque Objects, read 1865. 

8vo. 1865. 2 pages 
An Improved Growing Cell, read 1865. ... 8vo. 1865. 



mges 



IEE FKIENDS' BOOKS. 231 

JECK, Richard, — continued. 

The Object Glass its own Conductor, or a New kind of Illu- 
minator for Opaque Objects under High Power, read 1st mo. 
10th, 186G. ... 8vo. 1S66. 

He died at the residence of his mother, on Stamford Hill, on the 30th 
of 9th month, 1866, aged nearly 39 years, and was interred in the 
Friends' Burial-ground, Stoke Newington. 

IECKWITH, Marmaduke, and Elizabeth, (and others) of Aud- 
brough, near JIassham in Yorkshire. 

A True Relation of the Life & Death of Sarah Beckwith, 

Daughter of Marmaduke and Elizabeth Beck with, who in 
about the 20th year of her age departed this Life the 24th 
of 9th month, 1691. ... 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1G92. 2\ 

Marmaduke Beckwith died the 25th of 4th month, 1704. 
BEDFORD, Hilkiah, of Hammersmith, Middlesex. 

— His answer to Nathaniel Smith's charge. — inserted at 
page 30 of a work, entitled. " The Innocent Assemblies and 
Good Order of the People of God (called Quakers) vindi- 
cated," &c. See Quakers 4to. 1GG9. h 

*BEESLEY, Alfred, of Banbury, Oxfordshire. 

— Japheth : Contemplation : and other pieces. By Alfred 
Beesley. 

London : Longman, Bees, Orme, Brown, Green, and 
Longman: and William Potts, Banbury. ... 8vo. 1831. 

The History of Banbury : including copious historical and 

antiquarian notices. [With Plates]. 

London : Banbury. [Printed]. 8vo. 1S11. 

In the Gentleman? s Magazine, Vol. 28, New Series, page 99, for 1847, 
there is a short memoir of Alfred Beesley, where it is stated that 
he was " Son of Parents belonging to the Society of Friends, but 
many years since left that Society and joined the Established 
Church ;" he appears to have been a good Astronomer and an En- 
thusiastical Botanist. He died the 10th of 4th month, 1847, aged 
47 years, and his remains were interred in Banbury Church Yard." 

BEE VAN, John, of Leominster, in Herefordshire. 

— A Loving Salutation to all People who have any desires 
after the Liying God ; but especially to the Free- Will- 
Anabaptists. From one that desires the Eternal good of all 
Souls, L. Bee van. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the signe of the 

Bull and Mouth, near Alder sgate. ... ... 4to. 1660. 1 

— Another edition differently set up, with a Title Page, the 
above being only a headirig. 

London: Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Aldersga'e. ... ... ... 4to. 1660. 1 



232 A CATALOGUE OF BEL 

BEEZLEY, James, of London. 

A Letter to Dr. Formey, F.B.S., Professor of Philosophy, and 

Perpetual Secretary of the Eoyal Academy of Sciences and 
Belles Lettres of Berlin, &c. &c. By J. B. (Signed Phila- 
lethes, London, 15th of 9th mo : (SepO 1766. 

London: Printed for W. Nicoll in St. PauVs Church 
Yard; and W. Richardson and L. Urquhart at the 
Boyal Exchange, [Pr. Is. 6d.] ... ... 8vo. 1776. 4| 

Eeprinted.— The 2nd edition 8vo. 1776. 4f 

This letter was written to vindicate Friends, especially" the character 
of George Fox and the Case of James Natler, from the mis- 
representations contained in the Ecclesiastical History by Dr. 
Formey, who gathered the materials for his work from the learned 
John Alphonso Turretin, and Paul Ernest J ablonski, the first of 
whom published an Ecclesiastical History in Latin, 1734, and the 
latter another in the same language at Frankfort upon the Oder in 
1754 and 1756, both of them works of great reputation abroad. 

A James Beezley, of ToTcenhouse Yard, in the Parish of St. Stephen's, 
in the City of London, and a Member of Gracechurch Street 
Monthly Meeting, died the 8th of the 4th month, 1811, aged 
72 years, and was buried in Bunhill Fields. Query whether the 
same ? 

For some particulars respecting James Beezley, see Pettigrew's 
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Dr. Lettsom, vol. 1, page 25. 

BEEZON, Silvanus, of Woodhall, in Wensleydale, Yorkshire. 

A Tract on Friends' Principles. Query the Title ? 

BELL, Ann Mercy, of York, was born in London. 

A Summary Account of an Extraordinary "Visit to this Me^ 

teopolis, in the Tear 1753, by the Ministry of Ann 
Mebcy Bell, as related by J. P. [Joseph Phipps]. 

12 mo. London : Printed in the Year, 1754. 

The same, 12mo. London : Reprinted in the Year, 1761. 1 

Eeprinted, in " The Irish Friend," vol. 3, page 54. 

She died the 30th of the 12th month, 1775 ; and was interred in 
Friends' Burial Ground, York, the 4th of the 1st month, 1776 ; 
aged about 69, and a minister about 30 years. 

BELL, Deboeah, wife of John Bell, of Bromley, Middlesex. 

The Testimony of Deboeah Bell, concerning her dear 

Father John "Wynn, with a few words of exhortation, chiefly, 
to those who are young in years. — dated, London, the 10th 
day of the 12th month, 1714. — this commences at page 16 
and continues to the end of " The Memory of the Just 
revived ; in divers Testimonies concerning John Wynn," 
&c 8vo. 1715. 1 

Four Letters from Deboeah Bell to Joseph Pike, (on the 

declining state of the Society,") written from 1717 to 1719. 
— inserted in Joseph Pike's Life, commencing at page 171. 



BEL FRIENDS' BOOKS. 233 

BELL, Deborah, — continued. 

— In " Letters on Eeligious subjects, written by divers Friends, 
and collected by John Kendall " ; vol. 2, page 85, is one by 
Debobah Bell, dated, Bromley, 2nd of 12th month, 1736. — 

Reprinted. — See John Kendall. 

— A Sermon upon the Lord's Prayer. [In Joseph Ady's Collec- 
tion of Sermons.] ... ... ... ... 8vo. about 1737. J 

Reprinted. — See Joseph Ady and Sekmons. 

— A Short Journal of the Labours and Travels, in the Work of 
the Ministry, of that Faithful Servant of Christ, Debobah 
Bell. [Edited by Eobebt Bell.] 

London : Printed and Sold by Luke Hinde, at tJie 'Bible, 

in George-yard, Lombard-street 8vo. 1762. 5| 

Eeprinted. — London : Printed and Sold by James Phillips, 

George-yard, Lombard-street. Small 8vo. 1776. 8 

— The Life of Debobah Bell, in "The Friend's Library,'' 
vol. 5. ... ... ... Philadelphia, 1841. 

She died at Bromley, the 2nd of 9th month, 1738, and on the 7th of 
the same month, her body was taken to the Meeting House, in 
Gracechurch Street, London, whence after a solemn meeting it 
was carried to Friends' Burial-ground, near Bunhill Fields. 

BELL, John, of Bromley, Middlesex. 

— Piety Promoted, in a Collection of Dying Sayings of divers 
of the People called Quakers, the 7th part. 

London : Printed and Sold by T. Soicle Baylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard Street. 

8vo. 1740. llf 
Note. — A few copies of this edition were struck off on large paper. 
Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and Sold by Mary Hinde, at No. 2, in 

George-yard, Lombard-street ... ... ... 12mo. 1771. 9 

An Epistle to Friends in Maryland, Virginia, Barbadoes, and 

the other Colonies, and Islands in the West Indies, where 
any Friends are. (Bromley, near London, 3rd month, 1741.) 

Folio. No Printer's name or place [1741.] 1 

— An Epistle of Tender Advice, Caution and Warning to 
Friends ; carefully to mind the Light of Jesus Christ, which 
they profess ; and obey its manifestations in their own 
Hearts. By John Bell. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Soicle Baylton and L. 
Hinde, in George-yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1743. 2| 



^34 A CATALOGUE OF BEL 

BELL, John, — continued. 

The Testimony of John Bell to the Memory of our Worthy 

Eriend, James Dickinson, dated Bromley, the 12th of the 
9th month, 1744. See James Dickinson's Journal. 

8vo. 1745. f 

He died the 2nd of the 2nd month, 1761, and was buried the 8th of 
the same month, in Friends' Burial-ground at Ratcliffe, aged about 
80 years. 

*BELL, Jacob, son of John Bell, of Wandsworth, near London. 

Observations addressed to the Chemists and Druggists of 

Great Britain on the Pharmaceutical Society. By Jacob 
Bell. 

London : C. Whiting, Beaufort House, Strand. 8vo. 1841 1 

Pharmaceutical Journal and Transactions. Edited by J. B. 

8vo. London, 1842. etc 

A Concise historical sketch of the Progress of Pharmacy in 

Great Britain, from the time of its partial separation from 
the practice of medicine, until the Establishment of the 
Pharmaceutical Society. Intended as an Introduction to the 
Pharmaceutical Journal. ... ... London: 8vo. 1843. 

■ On the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Processes and Products 

(being Lecture IV. of Lectures on the Eesults of the Exhi- 
bition, delivered before the Society of Arts, &c.) 

London: David Bogue, Meet Street. ... ... 8vo. [1852.] 1J 

He died at Tonbridge Wells. 

BELL, E., of London? 

Remarks on a Pamphlet entitled, Infidelity scourged or 

Christianity Vindicated, written by James Bate, M.A., 
Eector of St. Paul's, Leptford. Wherein the Origin of 
Deism is inquired into and assigned, and Mr. Bate's Treat- 
ment of the Quakers detected and exposed. 

London: Printed for 31. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater- 
Noster-Row ; and sold by the Booksellers and Pamphlet 
Sellers of London and Westminster. ... ... 8vo. 1746. 2 

An Enquiry into The Doctrine of the Trinity, the Mission and 

Sacrifice of Jesus Christ, The Pre-Existence of Souls, and the 
Eesurrection of the Body. 

London : Printed for 31. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater- 
noster Roiv. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1746. 2£ 

The Presbyterian Dream : or, The Divinity of the Scotch Kirk 

epitomised. To which are added A few Eemarks on the 
Dispute between Mr. Poster, and his Antagonists. Ad- 
dressed to the Eev. Mr. Bradbury, and S 1 F-nw-k, 

Gent. Upon the Principles of a Christian Philosopher. 
London : Printed for 31. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater- 
Noster-Pow 8vo. 1747. 2i 






. 



BEL friends' books. 235 

BELL. E., — continued. 

— Siris Theologica-Metaphysica : Being a Critical Dissertation 
on some Branches of the Metaphysicks, Natural Philosophy, 
and Theology : wherein The Opinions of several celebrated 
Writers, viz., Dr. Halley, Mr. Warburton, Mr. Colden, Mr. 
Martin, and others, are consider'd and refuted. 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed for If. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater- 
noster Bow 8vo. 1749. 7J 

N.B. — The above four pamphlets are all Anonymous ; a volume of the 
same bound together is now in my possession, and lettered on the 
back E. Bell's Tracts ; and on the fly-leaf there is written the 
name of the former owner, "Rachel Trafford, 5th month 17th, 
1767." 

Who R. Bell is I know not ; but I have reason to believe he was one 
called a Quaker, though he does not use what some persons term 
the plain language : his arguments and reasoning on doctrinal 
matters, however, appear sound and good. He probably did not 
wish the public in general to know his religious profession, on 
account of the prejudice then existing against the Society, from a 
misapprehension of their real principles ; and perhaps thought 
that, issuing these tracts anonymously, and not in the style of 
the Society, they would carry more weight with others who might 
not consider them the production of a Quaker. There was a 
Robert Bell who was Clerk (I believe) of the Meeting for Sufferings 
about the period this author lived, whether he is the same as the 
writer of these tracts I have yet to learn ; but I have not the least 
doubt, whoever the author was, that he was a Friend, and a right 
sound one too, and that he lived in London. 

A Robert Bell, of the Parish of Christ Church, S'pitalfields, London, 
died of consumption the 15th of the 4th month, 1776, aged 68 
years, and was buried in Friends' Burial-ground, Bunhill Fields. 
Another Robert Bell, of Mile End Road, son of Robert and Mar- 
garet (deceased), died the 7th of 5th mo., 1780, and was buried in 
Bunhill Fields. — London Burial Registers. 

BELL, William, of Belfast, Ireland. 

The Irish Friend : a Monthly periodical, devoted chiefly to 

the interest of Friends. In 5 vols. 

Belfast, Printed. 4to. 1837-42. 

Vol 1 commences 11th mo. 1st, 1837, and ends 12th mo. 1st, 1838. 

In 14 nos. ... 
Vol. 2 from 1st mo. 1st, 1839, to 12th mo. 2nd, 1839. 
Vol. 3 from 1st mo. 1st, 1840, to 12th mo. 1st, 1840. 
Vol. 4 from 1st mo. 1st, 1841, to 12th mo. 1st, 1841. 
Vol. 5 from 1st mo. 1st, 1842, to 11th mo. 1st, 1842. 

BELLEES, John, of London. 

Proposals for Kaising & ColIrtJgt of tottStri) of all useful 

Trades and Husbandry, with Profit for the Eich, a Plentiful 
Living for the Poor, and a Good Education for Youth. 





112 pages. 


In 12 nos. 


96 pages. 


In 13 nos. 


108 pages. 


In 12 nos. 


192 images. 


In 11 nos. 


176 pages. 



236 A CATALOGUE OF BEL 

BELLEES, John, — continued. 

Which will be Advantage to the Government, by the Increase 
of the People, and their Eiches. By John Bellers. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White- Hart- 
Court in Gracious-street. .... ... ... f4to. 1695. 3^ 

Eeprinted, (same imprint) ... ... ... ... 4to. 1696. 4 

Eepnblished by Eobert Owen, in his "Work, entitled, " flefo 
Witto of J^octcti). Tracts relative to this subject ; viz. Pro- 
posals for Eaising a Colledge of Industry, &c." 

London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Bees, fy Co., etc. 

8vo. 1818. 2| 
• To the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. 4to. \ 

• % To the Children of Light, in scorn called Quakers. 4to. [1695.] ^ 

and in 4to. [1696.] J 

An Epistle to Friends, concerning the CtJucatton of C^tltirm. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, next door to the 
Meeting-house in White-Hart- Court, Gracious-street. 

4to. 1697. £ 

Essays about the Poor, Manufactures, Trade, Plantations, and 

Immorality, and of the Excellency and Divinity of tauartt 
Htgijt; demonstrated from the Attributes of God, and the 
Nature of Man's Soul, as well as from the Testimony of the 
Holy Scriptures. By John Bellers. 

London: Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street, and at the Bible, in Leadenhall- 
street 4to. 1699. 4 

A Caution against all Perturbations of the Mind ; but more 

particularly against (the Passion of) Angek, as an Enemy to 
the Soul, by making of it Unfit for the Presence of God, and 
unable to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. By John Bellers. 

4to. London, printed in the year 1702. 1 

V Watch unto Prayer : or, Considerations Eor, all who Profess 

They believe in the Light To see whether they walk in the 
Light, without which they cannot become the Children of it, 
[nor be cleansed from their sins.] 

London : Printed by T. Soiule, in White-Hart-Court, in 

Gracious- street. ... ... ... Small 8vo. 1703. J 

N.B. — The words enclosed in brackets in the latter part of the title 
page were added to a Reprint the same year, 1703. 

Eeprinted 12mo. No Printer's name, place, or date. \ 

Eeprinted. — With " A Brief Account of Silent Meetings, &c. 
^ Taken from the Works of I. Pennington." 

12mo. No Printer's name, place, or date. \ 



BEL friends' books. 237 

SELLERS, John, — continued. 

Beprinted in America in 1802, but without the printer's name, 

1 place, or date ... ... ... ... ... ... 16mo. \ 

To the Lords and others, Commissioners appointed to take.care 

of the poor Palatines 4to. 1709. 

Some BEASONS for an European State, proposed to the 

Powers of Europe, By an Universal Guarantee, and an 
Annual Congress, Senate, Dyet, or Parliament, To Settle 
any Disputes about the Bounds and Bights of Princes and 
States hereafter. With an Abstract of a Scheme form'd 
by King Henry the Fourth of France upon the same sub- 
ject, &c. ... ... ... 4to. London: Printed Anno 1710. 4 

To the Arch-Bishop, Bishops, and Clergy of the Province of 

Canterbury, Met in Convocation. 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1712.] 1 

An ESSAY towards the Ease of Elections of MEMBEBS of 

Parliament. [Anonymous.] 

4to. London Printed, Anno 1712. f 

Some Considerations As an Essay towards Beconciling the Old 

and New MINISTBT. [Anonymous.] 

4to. London : Printed in the Year, 1712. 1^ 

Considerations on the Schism bill. 

An Essay Towards the Improvement of PHTSICK, in Twelve 

proposals. By which the Lives of many Thousands of the 
Pick, as well as of the Poor, may be Sated Yearly. "With 
an Essay for Imploying the Able Poor ; by which the Biches 
of the Kingdom may be greatly increased ; Humbly Dedicated 
to the Parliament of Great Britain. 

Matt. ix. 1 2. — They that be whole need not a Physician, but the sici. 

London: Printed by the Assigns of J. Soicle, at the Bible 
in George Yard, in Lombard-street ; and sold by J. 
Morpheic, near Stationers' -Hall. ... ... 4to. 1714. 1\ 

To the Criminals in Prison. 

Broadside. No Printers name, place, or date. 1 

An Epistle to the Quarterly Meeting of London and Middlesex, 

(Bespecting the Education of the Poor.) 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1718.] 2 

An Essay for Imploying the Poor to Profit, Humbly Dedicated 

and Presented to The Lords and Commons of Great Britain, 
In Parliament Assembled, By John Belters. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Soicle, at 

the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street. ... 4to. 1723. 1 



238 A CATALOGUE OF BEL 

BELLEES, John, — continued. 

. To the Yearly, Quarterly, and Monthly Meetings of Great 

Britain and elsewhere ; (concerning the Education of the 
Poor in concert with the above.) 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1723.] 

An Abstract of George Fox's Advice and Warning, to The 

Magistrates of London, in the Year 1657, concerning the 
POOE. With some Observations thereupon, and Recom- 
mendations of them to the Sincerely Eeligious, but more 
particularly to the Friends of London, and Morning-Meeting 
of these Times. 

Eom. x. ver. 12. — There is no difference betvjeen the Jew and the Greek, 
for the same Lord over all, is Rich unto all that call upon Him. 

Ver. 16. — For Esaias saith, Lord who hath believed our Report. 

Ver. 19. — Moses saith, I will provoke you to Jealousie by them that 
are no People. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street. 4to. 1724. 2| 

Contents. Page. 

To the Sincerely Eeligious — but more particularly to those called 

Quakers, &c. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3 

George Fox's Warning to the Magistrates of London .. ... 5 

With some observations thereupon, to the Friends of London, and 7 

To the Second Day Morning Meeting ... ... ... ... 11 

Eeasons for a large impression of Eobert Barclay's Apology ... 17 

An Epistle to Friends of the Yearly, Quarterly, and Monthly 

Meetings ; concerning the Prisoners, and Sick, in the Prisons 
and Hospitals of Great Britain. — [the 12th of the 3rd 
month, 1724.] 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date, \ 

He died (of age) in the Parish of St. Stephen's (so called) Walbrook, 
London, the 8th of the 2nd month, 1725, aged 71 years, and was 
buried on the 15th of the same, in Friends' Burial-ground, Bunhill 
Fields. 

*BELLEES, Fettiplace, Son of John and Fkances Bellees, was 
born in the Parish of St. Andrew's, Holborn, London, the 23rd 
of 8th mo. 1687. 

Injur'd Innocence : a Tragedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre- 

Eoyal in Drury-Lane. 

London : Printed for J. Brindley, at the King's Arms in 

New Bond-street 8vo. 1732. 5 

An Abstract of An Essay, towards deducing the Elements of 

Universal Law, &c. By Eettiplace Bellers, Esq. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1740. 8| 

Proposals for Printing this Essay by Subscription . . . 4to. i 






3 e L friends' books. 239 

SELLERS, Eettiplace, — continued. 

— A Delineation of Universal Law : being an Abstract of An 
Essay towards deducing the Elements of Universal Law, from 
The First Principles of Knowledge, and The Mature of 
Things : in a Methodical and connected Series, in Eive Books. 
1. Of Law in General. 2. Of Private Law. 3. Of Criminal 
Law. 4. Of the Laws of Magistrates. 5. Of the Law of 
Nations. By Eettiplace Bellers, Esq. ; The 3rd edition. 

London: Printed by J. Hughes, for B. and J. Dodsley, in 

Pall-Mail " 4to. 1754. 11^ 

— 2nd edition „ 4to. 1754. 

BELLOWS, TV. L., of Tavistock, Pool, near Bedruth, and now of 
Gloucester. 

— Memoir of John Stickland, a Local Preacher of the "Wes- ' 
leyan Connexion, late of East Holme, near Wareham, Dorset. 
By his Son-in-Law, TV. L. Bellows. 

Printed for the Author, by L. Newton, Cambourne. And 
sold by SimpJcin, Marshall Sf Co*, Stationers' Hall Court, ^ 
London, §c, Sfc Demy 12mo. [1838] — 96 -pages. 

Reprinted, entitled, The Life of John Stickland, late of East 
Holme, near TVareham, Dorset. Compiled from his own 
papers, By TV. L. Bellows. The 2nd edition. — London : 
Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without ; and to be had of 
all Booksellers. (L. Newton, Printer, Camborne.) 

12mo. No date. 3^ 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition, — London : W. and F. G. Cash. 
(Gloucester: Printed by G. J. Wait.) ... 16mo. 1855. 2 ^ 

— The Value of Knowledge and of Habits of Observation. A 
Book for the Young. 

London : Harvey and Barton, Gracechurch Street. 

(Printed by Joseph Bickerby) 18mo. [1844] 66 pp. 

— Verses on reading John Wilbur's Journal. In Manuscript 
only. 

— Thoughts on reading to Public Congregations in Eriends' 
Meeting Houses. 

Printed for W. L. Bellows, Commercial Boad, Gloucester. 

8vo. [1861] i 

— Months and Days : their proper names. [Anon.] 
John Bellows, Printer, Gloucester 8 vo. No date. £ 

— An Exposure of some Contradictions contained in the 
pamphlet entitled, "Plainness of Speech." By W. L. 
Bellows. Gloucester : Printed bu J. Bellows, Steam Press. 

12mo. 1S65. \ 



240 A CATALOGUE OF BEN 

BELLOWS, W. L.,— continued. 

Beprinted, 2nd edition. Gloucester : Printed by J. Bellows, 

Steam Press 12mo. 1865. \ 

Witnesses for Peace, on Christian Principles. [Anon.] 

Printed by John Belloics, Gloucester... ... 12mo. No date. J 

Beprinted, ditto 12mo. [1866] £ 

■ Baptism and the Supper 12mo. £ 

N.B. No. 83 of The Manchester series of tracts. 

John Nelson's Faithful Maintenance of the Christian Testi- 
mony against Bearing Arms. ... ... ... ... 12mo. ^ 

BELLOWS, John, (his Son) of Gloucester. 

Eemarks on certain Anonymous Aeticles designed to render 

(Burnt Wictoxin unpopular: with an exposure of their 
Authorship. 

Beprinted, 2nd edition.— Gloucester : John Bellows, 6, West- 
.gate Street 8vo. 1865. 6£ 

BENEZET, Anthony, was born at St. Quintin, in Picardy, in 1713. 
His father was one of the many Protestants who, in con- 
quence of the persecutions which followed the revocation of 
the edict of Nantz, sought an asylum in foreign countries. 
After a short stay in Holland, he settled with his wife and 
several children in London in 1715, till the year 1731, when 
the whole family removed to Philadelphia, where Anthony 
Benezet established a school for the education of the black 
people. 

A Letter to Samuel Eothergill 18mo. 1758. 4 pages. 

Observations on the Inslaving, importing and pui chasing of 

Negroes. — With some Advice thereon extracted from the 
Yearly Meeting Epistle of London for the present year. 
Also some Eemarks on the absolute Necessity of Self Denial, 
renouncing the World, and true Charity, for all such as 
sincerely Desire to be our Blessed Saviour's Disciples. 
[Anonymous.] 

Germantoivn : Printed by Christopher Sower. ... 8vo. 1759. 

Obseeyations On the Inslaving, importing and purchasing of 

NEGROES', With some Advice thereon, extracted from 
the Epistle of the Yearly Meeting of the People called 
Quakers held at, London, in the year 1718, (and the Uncer- 
tainty of a Death-Bed Bepentance, Illustrated under the 
Character of Penitens.) [Anonymous.] 

The 2nd edition. — Germantown: Printed ly Christopher 
Sower 8vo. 1760. 






3 E N friends' books. 241 

SENEZET, Anthony,— continued. 

■ A Short Account of that part of Africa, inhabited by the 
NEGEOES, and the Manner by which the Slave Teade is 
carried on. [Anonymous.] 

8vo. Philadelphia : Printed in the Year, 1762. 3^ 

■ A Short Account of that Part of Africa, inhabited by the 
NEGEOES. With Eespect to the Fertility of the Country ; 
the good Disposition of many of the Natives, and the Manner 
by which the Slave Teade is carried on. Extracted from 
divers Authors, in order to shew the Iniquity of that Trade, 
and the Falsity of the Arguments usually advanced in its 
Vindication. With Quotations from the Writings of several 
Persons of Note, viz. Geoege Wallis, Feancis Hutcheson, 
and James Eostee, and a large Extract from a Pamphlet, 
lately published in London, on the subject of the Slave 
Teade. The 2nd edition, with large Additions and Amend- 
ments. 

8vo. Philadelphia : Printed by W. JDunlap in the Year, 17G2. 5 

Eeprinted. — The 3rd edition. — Philadelphia : Printed. Lon- 
don : Beprinted by W. Baker and J. W. Galabin. 8vo. 1768. 5 

A Caution and Waening- to Great Britain and her Colonies, 
in a Short Eepresentation of the Calamitous state of the 
enslaved Negroes in the British Dominions. Collected from 
various Authors, and Submitted to the Serious Consideration 
of all, more especially of those in Power. By Ant. Benezet. 
Philadelphia : Printed by Henry Miller, in Second Street. 

8vo. 1766. 2{ 

The same (but the Title abridged). — Philadelphia Printed : 
London Beprinted. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1767. 3 

The same. — Philadelphia printed : London reprinted, and sold 
by James Phillips, in George -yard, Lombard Street. 8vo. 1784. 3 

Ditto Ditto 8vo. 1785. 3 

Some Historical Account of Guinea, its Situation, Produce, 
and the General Disposition of its inhabitants. With an In- 
quiry into the Eise and Progress of the Slave Trade, its 
Nature, and Lamentable Effects. Also a Eepublication of 
the Sentiments of Several Authors of Note on this interest- 
ing Subject : particularly an extract of a Treatise written by 
Geanville Shaepe. By Anthony Benezet. 
Philadelphia : Printed MDCCLXXL 

London : Reprinted, and sold by W. Owen, near Temple 

Bar; and E. and C. Billy, in the Poultry... 8vo. 1772. 13| 

Eeprinted.— The 3rd edition 1784 P 

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242 A CATALOGUE OP BEN 

BENEZET, Anthony— continued. 

Some Historical Account of Guinea, its Situation, Produce, 

and the General disposition of its Inhabitants. "With an 
Inquiry into the Rise and Progress of the Slave Trade, its 
nature, and lamentable effects. By Anthony Benezet. A 
New edition. [The 4th.] [With a vignette of a Negro, by 
Bewick ?] 

Acts xvii. 26. — God, that made the world, hath made of one 
blood all nations of men, for to dwell on all the face of the 
earth, and hath determined the bounds of their habitation. 
London : Printed and sold by J. Phillips, George-yard, 

Lombard Street. 8vo. 1788. 9J 

The Plain Path to Christian Perfection, shewing that we are 

to seek for Beconciliation and Union with God, solely by 
renouncing ourselves, denying the "World, and following our 
Blessed Saviour, in the Regeneration. Translated from the 
Erench. (With a Preface by Anthony Benezet.) 

Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Third 

Street, opposite the Workhouse. ... ... 8vo. 1772. 8^ 

Eeprinted. .. 1780. 

This was written originally in German, about 250 years ago, i.e., 
when the 1st edition as above was printed. 

A Collection of Beligious Tracts. 

Phila. : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Third Street, 
opposite the Workhouse. ... ... ... 8vo. 1773. 

This is a general title to a volume of Tracts, printed (I suppose) by 
order and at the expense of A. B , and contains the following, 
viz. : — 

The Plain Path to Christian Perfection 1772. 124 pages. 

Life of David Brainard ... ... ... ... 16 pages. 

The Dreadful • Visitation, in a short account of the 
Progress and Effects of the Plague, the last time 

it spread in the City of London, in the year 1665. 1774. 16 pages 

Thoughts upon Slavery. By John Wesley, A.M. 
London, Printed : Eeprinted in Philadelphia, v:ith 
Notes, and sold by Joseph Crukshank ... ... 1774. 83 pa 

SermoDs or Declarations, made by Steph. Crisp ... 1773. 60 page; 

See S. Crisp. 
Extract of a Letter wrote by a pious person (a German) 
describing the Progress of the Soul in her Spiritual 
Warfare, kc... ... ... ... .. ... 8 paged 

The Mighty Destroyer displayed, in some account of the 

Dreadful Havock made by the mistaken use as well as Abuse 
of Distilled Spirituous Liquors. By a Lover of Mankind. 
Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, between 
Second and Third Streets, in Market Street. 

Small 8vo. 3774 

The Potent Enemies of America laid open : being some account 

of the baneful effects attending the use of distilled spirituous 
liquors, and the Slavery of the Negroes ; to which is added, 









SEN friends' books. 243 

SENEZET, Anthony,— continued. 

the happiness attending life when dedicated to the honour ot 
God, and good of mankind, in the sentiments of some per- 
sons of eminence near the close of their lives, viz. the Earl 
of Essex, Count Oxcistern, H. Grotius, D. Brainard, John 
Lock, &c. 

Philadelphia: Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market 
Street, between Second and Third Streets. ... 8vo. [1774.] 

This is a general Title to a volume of tracts, containing " The Mighty 
Destroyer displayed, 1774." * Thoughts upon Slavery. By John 
Wesley, 1774." "Life of David Brainard," and "The Dreadful 
Visitation," &c, 1774. 

- Thoughts on the Nature of War 1776. 

- Serious Considerations on several important Subjects ; viz. 
On War and its inconsistency with the Gospel. Observa- 
tions on Slavery, and remarks on the nature and bad effects 
of Spirituous Liquors. [Anonymous.] 

Philadelphia: Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market 

Street, between Second and Third Streets. ... 8vo. 1778. 3 

- A First Book for Children. A. B. C. D. E. E. G. H. I. J. K. 
L. M. N. 0. P. Q. B. S. T. U. Y. W. X. T. Z. Note, When 
the above Alphabets are defaced, this leaf may be pasted 
upon the cover, and that on the other side used. By 
Anthony Benezet. 

Philadelphia: Printed and sold by J. Crukshank, in 
Market Street, between Second and Third Streets. 

16mo. 1778. 1 

Reprinted. — London : Printed by James Phillips and Son, 

George Yard, Lombard Street. ... ... ... 16mo. 1798. 1 

- The Pennsylvania Spelling-Book, or Youths friendly Instructor 
and Monitor : on an easy Plan, for exciting the Attention, 
and facilitating the Instruction of Children and others, in 
Spelling and Beading ; and acquainting them with the essen- 
tial Parts of Orthography, Pointing, &c. Compiled by 
Anthony Benezet. 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition, improved and enlarged. 

Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market 

Street, betiveen Second and Third Streets. ... 12mo. 1779. 7 

N.B. — I believe th,ere are one or two editions of this book printed in 
Ireland. Query an edition by John Gough, about 1795. 

— Serious Reflections, affectionately recommended to the Well-dis- 
posed of every Religious Denomination, particularly those who 
Mourn and Lament on account of the Calamities which attend 
us ; and the insensibility that so generally prevails. [Signed 
A. B. only.] 

12mo. No ^inter's name or place [about 1778]. ^ 

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244 A CATALOGUE OF BEN 

BENEZET, Anthony,— continued. 

Notes on the Slave Trade, fyc. [Anonymous.] 

12mo. No printer's name, place, or date. J 

Reprinted. 12 mo. Ditto J 

Short Observations on Slaveey, Introductory to some Ex- 
tracts from the writing of the Abbe Raynal, on that im- 
portant subject. [Anonymous.] 

12mo. No printer's name, place, or date. 

Remarks on the Nature and had Effects of Spirituous Liquors. 

[Anonymous.] ... 12mo. No printer's name, place , or date. 

J An Extract from a Treatise on the Spirit of Prayer, or the 

^^jJ^Soul rising out of the vanity of Time into the Biches of 
Eternity. With some Thoughts on War : Remarks on the 
' nature and bad effects of the use of spirituous Liquors. And 
Considerations on Slavery. [Anonymous.] 

Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market 

Street, between Second and Third Streets. ... 12mo. 1780. 3£ 

The Plainness and Innocent Simplicity of the Christian Re- 
ligion. With its salutary Effects, compared to the corrupting 
Nature, and dreadful Effects of War. With Some Account 
of the blessing ivhich attends on a Spirit influenced by Divine 
Love, producing Peace and Good-Will to Men. Collected by 
Anthony Benezet. 

Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market- 

street, between Second and Third-streets. ... 12mo. 1782. 2.' 

The same. — London, reprinted and sold by Darton and Harvey, 

No. 55, Gracechurch Street 12mo. ISO" 

Keprinted several times by the Dublin Friends' Tract Association. 
See Tract No. 20 under that head. 

A Serious address to the Rulers of America, on the inconsis- 
tency of their conduct respecting Slavery : forming a contrast 
., f i*| 7/\ -35, between the encroachments of England, on American Liberty, 
and American injustice in tolerating Slavery. Signed A 
Farmer. [Anonymous.] Query, A. B's. ? 
^Trenton: Printed bu Isaac Collins. ... ... 8vo. 1783. 

another edition. . K-Uu 



8vo. Printed in the Year (should be Liverpool imprinted), 1784 1 

An Essay towards the most easy introduction to the Knowledge 

of the English Grammar, compiled for the Pennsylvania 
Spelling Book ... 12mo. {Philadelphia printed.'] No date. 

A Short account of the People called Quakers, their Rise, 

Religious Principles and settlement in America, mostly col- 
lected from different authors, for the Information of all 
serious Inquirers, particularly Foreigners. 



EN friends' books. 24o 

3ENEZET, Anthony,— continued. 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. — Philadelphia: Printed by 

Joseph Crukshank, in Market -street, between Second and 

Third-street too. No date. 2\ 

Keprinted. — (The 3rd edition, different), entitled, 

- A Short Account of the Eeligious Society of Friends commonly 
called Quakers. By Anthony Benezet. 

Philadelphia : Published by Kimber and Conrad, No. 93, 

Market-street. Merritt, Printer 8vo. 1814. 1| 

Eeprinted, with a new edition of Kendall's Catechism. See 
John Kendall ... ... ... ... ... 32mo. 1866. 

Translated by A. B. into French, entitled, 

- Observations sur l'Origine, les Principes, et l'Etablisement en 
Amerique, De la Societe Connue sous la Denomination de 
Quakers ou Trembleurs : Extrait de divers xiuteurs. Eediges, 
principalement, en faveur des Etrangers. Par Antoine 
Benezet. 

A Philadelphie : Chez Joseph Crukshank, dans la Rue du 

Marche, entre la Seconde et la Troisieme Rue. 8vo. 1780. 2\ ' 

- The same. — Imprime a Philadelphie : et r'imprime a Londres 
par Jacques Phillips, en George- Yard, Lombard-street. 

12mo. 1783. 2 
Eeprinted. — Nouvelle edition. — A Londres : JDe Vimprimerie 
de Guillaume Phillips 12mo. 1827. 2 

- In German, entitled, " Kurzer Bericht von den Leuten, die 
man Quaker nennet ; Ihrem Ursprung, ihren Eeligions- 
griinden, und von ihrer Niederlassung in America. Durch 
Anton Benezet." 

Philadelphia : Gedruckt ben Melchier Steiner, in der Kees- 

Stratte. 12mo. 1783. 2 

- In " Letters on religious Subjects," &c, collected by John 
Kendall, Vol. 2, page 269, 12mo, 1805, is a " Letter from 
Anthony Benezet to John Pemberton," (then in England,) 
written a little before his death, dated, Philadelphia, 5th mo. 
29th , 1783. 

— Some Observations on the Situation, disposition, and character 
of the Indian Natives of this Continent (America.) 
[Anonymous.] 
Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in 

Market- street. Small 8vo. 1784. 3£ 

- A Collection of religious tracts, plainly setting forth the great 
Truths of the Gospel, for the instruction of the Youth and 
others, particularly those of the Black People. {Query, if 
by him ?) 

Philadelphia : Printed bu Enoch Story, in Strawberry y 
Alleyf ... 12mo. 1784. 3 



246 A CATALOGUE OF BEN 



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BENEZET, Anthony,— continued. 

No Title, begins, " In the Life of the Lady Elizabeth Hastings, 

we meet with an extraordinary instance of the happy effects, 
which Christianity has upon those, &c." [Anon.] 

12mo. No printer's name, place, or date. £ 

Memoirs of Anthony Benezet. — At the end of "Park's Travels 

in Africa." New Juvenile Library. 

London: Printed for the Booksellers. ... 18mo. 1816. 5 page 

■ Biographical Notices of Anthony Benezet, Partly extracted 

from a booh of manuscript letters in his own handwriting ; 
dated from 1733 to 1756. In Comly's " Miscellany/' vol. 3, 
page 97. 2nd edition. ... ... Philadelphia, 1845. 

Memoirs of the Life of Anthony Benezet, by Boberts Yaux. 

(With a Frontispiece of" The Indian Medal.") 

Philadelphia : Published by James P. Parke, No. 74, 

South Second Street. Merritt, Printer. ... 8vo. 1817. 9 
Beprinted, with additions. — York: For William Alexander, 
and sold by him; also by Darton, Harvey and Co., Wm. 
Phillips, and W. Barton, Jun., London. ... 12mo. 1817. 6-| 

Translated into Erench, entitled, 
—- — Memoires sur la vie D'Antoine Benezet. Par Koberts Vaux. 
Abrege de l'ouvrage original. 

L'univers etait sa patrie, et tous les hommes etaient ses freres. — 
page 9. 

Londres : De LHmprimerie de J. B. G. Vogel, A Oamberwell. 

12mo. 1824. 4 

Anthony Benezet. Erom the original memoir : revised, with 

additions, by Wilson Armistead. (With a Frontispiece of 
" The Indian Medal") 

London : A. W. Bennett, Bishop sg ate -street. Philadel- 
phia : Lippincott and Co. {Leeds printed). 

Small 8vo. 1859. 10 

Note. — Besides the foregoing writings of Anthony Benezet, he com- 
posed and circulated many detached pieces through the medium 
of almanacs and newspapers. I have endeavoured to make the 
list as complete as possible ; but it must not be wondered at if 
something has not escaped me, many of the pieces being very 
small, and written by one whose pen was so frequently employed 
for the benefit of his fellowmen. 

He died the 3rd of 5th month, 1784, aged 71 years. 

*BENNIS, George Geary, was born in the City of Limerick, 
Ireland, in the year 1790, and early distinguished himself by 
publishing a small work, entitled, — 

The Principles of the one Faith, professed by 811 Christians. 

Liverpool, Printed for JEvans, Chegwin, and Hall, Castle- 
street. .. * 8vo. 1816. 2£ 

He first removed to England, and resided for some time at Liverpool, 



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BEN FKIENDS' BOOKS. 247 

*BENNIS, George Geary, — continued. 

and afterward in London. Ho afterwards took up his residenco at 
Paris, in France, when he ceased to belong to the Society of 
Friends, but always professed attachment to their Principles. At 
tbe time of the Revolution he peacefully retook the Royal Flag, for 
which he was knighted by the King. He published a great number 
of works in the French language, for which he received several 
honourable titles, and became well known for his extensive travels 
and researches in Southern Europe ; and his extensive information 
and correct judgment on many points rendered him a sought com- 
panion in literary society and among scientific men. Most of his 
property was lost by the change in Government at the time of the 
last Revolution, soon after which he retired into private life. He 
was nearly burned to death by the great fire which destroyed the 
Government Bakeries during the Crimean War, and most of his 
valuable library was consumed at that time. Enough was left, how- 
evex-, to found a free library in his native city, to which he left over 
10,000 volumes. 
He died on the 1st of 1st month, 1866, and was interred at Paris. 
By his own wish, no tombstone marks the spot. 

.BENNETT, William, of London ; now of BrocMam Lodge, Betch- 
icorth, near Beigate, Surrey. 

— Extracts from the Spirit of Prayer of William Law, exhibit- 
ing the necessity of an internal Principle of Life and Salva- 
tion, the Universality of the means of Grace, and the true 
nature of Christian Eedemption. [Edited by W. B.] 

London. 12mo. 1836. 

— Narrative of a recent Journey of six weeks in Ireland, in 
connexion with the subject of supplying small seed to some 
of the remoter districts : with current observations on the 
depressed circumstances of the people, and the means pre- 
sented for the permanent improvement of their social condi- 
tion. By William Bennett. 

London : Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Without. John 
Hatchard Sf Son, Piccadilly. Dublin : J. Curry, 
Jun., $ Co 12mo. 1847. 8 V 

— A Letter to a Friend, in reply to the question, What is Vege- 
tarianism ? [Anonymous.] 

London : William Horsell, Aldine Chambers, 13, Pater- 
noster Bow ; Frederick Pitman, 1, Queen s Head- 
Passage ; Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate-street Without. 

12mo. 1S19. 2 

— Joint-Stock Companies and other Associations, their functions 
and rationale : being an inquiry into the principle of [associa- 
tion, in its commercial, moral and Religious aspects, a 
Lecture. By William Bennett.] 

London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsqate-street Without. 

12mo. 1861. 1 



248 A CATALOGUE OF BEN 

BENNETT, Elizabeth, Wife of William Bennett. 

My Mothers' meetings : being familiar conversations with my 

cottage neighbours. By Elizabeth Bennett. 

London : Alfred W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 

Foolscap 8vo. 1863. 7 
BENNITT, William, of Kirtown, in Suffolk. 

A Tender and Unfeigned Salutation of Love and Good-will 

to Professors : or, a Tender Invitation and Call unto all 

People, &c ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1664. 4 

Reprinted by Luxford Sf Co., Pat cliff Highway, London. 

8vo. [about 1841.] 1 
Works, page 33. 

y\ God only exalted in his own Work ; or, the Works of God 

Praiseth him in Siok, or, a Song of Deliverance from a great 
and sore captivity, under the King of Egyptian darkness, &c. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1664. 1^ 
Works, page 63. 

/\ Some Prison Meditations of an Humble Heaet ; Given forth 

from a child in Israel ; whose soul very dearly loveth his 
Heavenly Father's children, &c. By a Sufferer for the Truth 
in the Common Goal of Edmondsbury, whose Earthen Vessel 
bears the name of William Sennit. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1666. 3J 

A Works, page 108. 

— A Testimony To the True LIGHT That Lightens every Man 

that comes into the World. 4to. Printed in the Year, 1668. 1 

Beprinted in The Irish Friend, vol. 3, page 9. Works, page 150. 

X _____ The Work and Mercy of God conduceth to his Praise ; or a 
Demonstration of the Visitation of God's Love to my Soul 
in the dayes of my Youth ; Being a Testimony of the Light 
of Christ in the Conscience, which discovereth and judgeth 
sin ; and also (if loved and obeyed) saveth from sin, and 
redeemeth the soul unto God, &c. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1669. 5^ 

The same, — 4to. Reprinted with some additions in the Year, 1677. 6 

Works, page 167. 

A Loving Exhortation and Wabning to Seamen, and all others 

whom it doth concern. B. No Printer's name or 'place. [1675.] 1 

Works, page 214. 

His Testimony concerning Giles Barnardiston. — Written the 

26th of the 11th moneth, 1680. 
v See Testimonies, 1681. 

A A Collection of Certain C£pt$tleS & CcsttmomcS of Divine 

Consolation, Experience, and Doctrine ; written by that 
Faithful, Patient, and Long-suffering Servant of Christ, 
OTtUtam Sennit, Who Finished his Testimony the 23rd day 
of the 4th Month, 1684. In the County Goal at Ipswich, in 
Suffolk. 

London, Printed and sold by Andreiv Sowle at the Crooked- 
Billet in Holloivay-Lane, near Shoreditch. 4to. 1685. 27| 



BEN FKIENDS* BOOKS. 249 

BENNITT, William,— continued. 

Selections from the Epistles, &c., of William Bennit, — to 

which is prefixed a fiflemotr of his Eeligious Experience and 

Character. [Edited by Thomas Chalk.] 

London: Harvey and Barton, Gracechurch-street. 18mo. 1838. 2 

He died a prisoner in the County Goal at Ipswich, for meeting the 
23rd of the 4th mo. 1684, aged about 50 years. 

BENSON, G-ervase, of Kendal, in Westmoreland, a Justice of Peace. 

(and others.)— An ANSWEE to John Gilpin's Book, Pub- 
lished in his name, and Subscribed by the Priest of Kendal. 
And An Answer to an other false slaunder, as concerning 
Buggery, which he and they slander the Quakers with, which 
was denyed before any such thing was acted, &c. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert at the Black- Spread- 
Eagle at the West-end of Pauls. ... ... ... 1655. 2 

— A True Try all of the Ministers and Ministry of England ; As 
also a true Discovery of their Hoot and Foundation, and of 
the called English Church, with its Honours, Possessions, 
Tythes, and Maintenance. Together toith the fruits of the said 
Ministers and Ministry. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black-Spread- 
Eagle, near the West-end of Pauls. ... 4to. 1655. 2 

— Beprinted ... . . ... ... 4to. same imprint. 1656. 2 

— The Cry of the Oppressed from under their Oppeessions ; 
Ascending up to Him, Who will Kebuke the Oppressor and 
Devourer, and deliver the Innocent. Some of the sufferings 
of the People of God, called QUAKEBS, concerning Tythes 
and Oaths, &c. by the Branches which are a new springing 
forth of the remainder of the bitter Boot of Episcopacy, which 
yet remaineth unplucked up in the rigid Preshjtery. Pre- 
sented to Publick view, (with a Postscript by George Eox.) 
London, Printed for Giles Calvert at the Black-Spread- 
Eagle at the West-end of Pauls. 4to. 1656. 6 

— A True Testimony concerning Oaths & Swearing, &c. as also, 
An Answer to the subject matter contained in Twelve 
Arguments or Reasons (laid down in a Sermon preached at 
Carlisle, Aug. 17. 1664. by Allan Smalwood, D.D. as he stiles 
himself) to prove, That our Saviour did not forbid all 
Swearing. Wherein is fully cleared, the Command of Christ 
and his Apostle James, Swear not at all, Matth. 5. 34. & Jam. 
5. 12. from the corrupt glosses, limited sence and meanings 
of the said A. S. in his said Sermon ; and in his reply to E. H. 
his Book, called, " Oaths no Gospel Ordinance," fyc. And 
also, the unsatisfactoriness and unsoundness of the aforesaid 
arguments, fully discovered ; and the command of Christ, 
Swear not at all, manifested, to be an universal prohibition 



250 A CATALOGUE OF 



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BENSON, Gervase,— continued. 

of all Oaths and Swearing whatsoever, to his Disciples. 
Written in the year 1668. By Ger. Benson. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1669. 

A Second Testimony concerning Oaths and Swearing : in 

Answer to a Book entituled, The Case of the Quakers 
relating to Oatlies stated by J. S. or an Appendix to a Book 
written in the year 1668, in answer to Allan Smallwood, 
(D.D. as he stiles himself.) Wherein is fully cleared the 
command of Christ, and Practice of the Apostles concerning 
' Swearing, from the corrupt glosses, limited sense and meaning 
of J. S. By Gervase Benson. 4to. Printed in the Year, 1675. 
He died the 5th of 3rd month, 1679. 
BENSON, Mabel, of Yorkshire. 

The Testimony of Mabel Benson concerning % John Camm, her 

late Husband deceased. — See page 61 of " The Collection of 
the Books and Epistles of John Camm and John Audland." 

8vo. 1689. 
She died at Burton, Yorkshire, 12th of 12th mo. 1692. 

BENWELL, John, (Son of Henry and Hannah Benwell, of 
near Beading), Superintendent of Sidcot School. 

Extracts from a Diary kept by the late John Benwell, of Sidcot, 

also, extracts from letters, addressed to different branches of 
his Family. 

Bristol : Printed for the Editor ; sold by M. M. and E. 
Webb, Bristol; William Alexander, York; John Brad- 
shaiv, Manchester ; Harvey, Barton and Co., J. and A. 
Arch, William Phillips, and Edmund Fry, London. 

8vo. 1825. 6J I 
He died the 3rd of 1st month, 1824, aged 74^ years, and his remains 
were interred at Sidcot. 

BEED, Eobert, of Hertfordshire. 

^[Henry Stout, and others. — To the Parliament of the 

Common-ivealth of England, now sitting at Westminster, A 
Eepresentation of the Outrages and Cruelties acted upon the 
Servants of Christ, at two meetings, at Sabridgeworth, in 
Hartfordshire. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, near Alder sgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 

An Extract from this pamphlet maybe found in " An Abstract of 
Sufferings" &c., Vol. I. page 114 — see Joseph Besse. And a 
continuation of it was afterwards published by I. K., entitled, " A 
Further Evidence of the aforementioned Thomas Hewet, his disaffec- 
tion to the present authority of this Nation," &c. ... 4to. 1659. 
See I. K. and also Sufferings. 

BEEET, Mary, of Maryland, North America. 

Memoir of her, in the 1st Vol. of Comly's " Miscellany," page 

114, also A Testimony concerning her in the same work, 
Vol. 8, page 370. . . . Philadelphia, printed 1834 and 1836. 



BES 



friends' books. 251 



BESSE, Joseph, Writing Master, of Colchester, but afterwards of 
the Parish of St. Jaines' (so called) Clerhenwell, London, and 
Chelmsford, was married to Ha>naii, (daughter of George 
Dehobne, of Colchester, but afterwards of Batcliffe,) the 
9th of October, 1716, at Colchester ; after his Wife's decease, 
he removed to Ratclijfe, London, where he died. — They had 
a Son, Joseph, who emigrated to Pennsylvania, in North 
America. 

■ The History of the Eise, &c, of the Quakers, by Wm. Sewel. 

[Edited by Joseph Besse ?] Eolio. 1722. 

Reprinted. — See William Sewel. 

Tractatus Hierographicus ; or, a Treatise of the Holy Scrip- 
tures, &c. by Bichard Claridge. [Edited by Joseph Besse]. 8vo. 1724. 
Reprinted. — See Richard Claridge. 

The Christian Progress of George Whitehead. [Edited by 

Joseph Besse.] ... • 8vo. 1725. 

See George Whitehead. 

A Collection of the Works of Wm. Penn, To which is prefixed 

a Journal of his Life, &c. [Edited by Joseph Besse.] 

2 vols. Eolio. 1726. 
See William Penn. 

The Life and Posthumous Works of Bichard Claridge — Col- 
lected by Joseph Besse. 8vo. 1726. 

Reprinted.— See Richard Claridge. 

Carmen Spirituale: Monita Christiana Ln Vsu;n Juventutis 

Continens. Olim a Bichardo Claridge Anglice Compositum 
& Editum Nunc Latine versum ab J. B. — A Spiritual Poem : 
or Christian Counsel to "Youth Formerly Compos'd and 
Publish' d in English by Bichard Claridge Now turn'd into 
Latin by J. B.[esse ?] 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Soicle at 

the Bible, in George-yard, in Lombard-street. 8vo. 1728. 1^ 

A Cloud of Witnesses, proving, that the Bishop of Lichfield yJC 

and Coventry, in the Second Volume of his Vindication of J( 
the Miracles of our Blessed Saviour, Hath misrepresented 
the People called Quakers. [Signed J. B.] 

London : Printed and sold at the Bible, in George-yard, 
Lomhard-street, and also sold by the Booksellers of 
London and Westminster. ... ... ... 8vo. 1732. 2 

Consists of extracts from the Writings of George Fox, Edward 
Burroughs, Isaac Peningtox, William Baylet, James 
Naylor, Stephen Smith, George Fox, The Younger, Roger 
Hatdock, Samuel Fisher, George Whitehead, John White- 
head, Robert Barclay, Richard Claridge, Thomas Beaven, 
Joseph Wyeth, John Crook, John Field, William Rawlin- 
son, Daniel Phillips, Samuel Watson, Richard Vivers, 
John Fallowfield, Quakers at Philadelphia, Quakers at London, 
and William Penn. 



252 ■ A CATALOGUE OF BES 

BESSE, Joseph, — continued. 

A Defence of Quakerism ; or, au Answer to a Book, 

intituled, A Pbeseevatiye against Quakerism ; "Written 
by Patrick Smith, M.A. and Vicar, as he stiles himself, of 
Great Paxton, in Huntingtonshire. In which Answer, His 
Charges against the Quakers, of Deism, Enthusiasm, Heresy, 
and Schism, are considered and refuted : His Misinterpreta- 
tions of the Holy Scriptures manifested : His frequent 
Perversions of the Quakers Writings detected ; and their 
truly Christian Principles stated, and vindicated, in Oppo- 
sition to his Attempts, which are shewn to be Weak and self- 
contradictory. With an Appendix, containing, I. An Ex- 
amination of the first Class of Quaker Testimonies, produced 
in a late Vindication of the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry. 
II. A Detection of the Falshood of Pickwortli s Narrative. 
London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1732. 27 

Extract from Joseph Besse's Defence of Quakerism, — 1st of 

the Light of Christ,— 2nd. The Holy Scriptures. 3rd. The 
Holy Spirit. 4th. Prayer. 

Manchester : Printed by Harrison and Crosfield, Market- 
street, for the Manchester and Stockport Tract Deposi- 
tory, fyc 12mo. No date. 

An Abstract of the Sufeerings of the People call'd 

Quakers for the Testimony of a Good Conscience, from the 
Time of Their being first distinguished by that Name, taken 
from Original Records, and other Authentick Accounts. 
Volume 1. From the Tear 1650 to the Tear 1660. 

London : Printed and Sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo, 1733. 39, 
— — The same, — Volume 2. From the Tear 1660, to the Tear 
1666. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1738. 37i 

The same, Volume 3, From the Tear 1660 to the Tear 1666. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1738. SGI 
This work is not, as has been generally supposed, an abridgment of 
the larger one by Joseph Besse. in 2 Folio Volumes, that being 
published in 1753, this, as will be seen above, about 20 Years 
previous. These volumes are (as stated above) a collection of the 
Sufferings of the Quakers in England and Wales, divided into the 
several Counties, under the several administrations of Government 
by the Long Parliament, Oliver and Eichaed Cromwell, the 
Council of State, &c. To which are added some of their Sufferings 
in Foreign Parts during that time, especially in New England, 
Asia, France, Holland, Hungary, &c. fte. Each Vol. has an 
appendix, containing sundry original Trials, Laws, Orders, Letters 
and Papers, relative to the accounts given ; with a summary of the 
whole, and a Copious Index of the Sufferers' names. 






BES FRIENDS 5 BOOKS. 253 

BESSE, Joseph,- -continued. 

An Answer to a Pampiilet, lately printed at Edinburgh, 

intituled, Baptism with Water, and Infant-Baptism asserted. 
"Wherein, The Mistakes of its Author are Rectified, and his 
Beasonings Confuted. [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by tlie Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George gar d, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1733. 3| 

Reprinted. , 1734. 

A Coneutation of the Charge of Deism : Wherein the Cliris- 

tian and Orthodox Sentiments of William Penn, are fully- 
demonstrated by Extracts from his own Writings, which are 
clear' d from the Perversions and Misconstructions of a 
Nameless Author, in his late Vindication of the Bishop of 
Lichfield and Coventry : With a Particular Examination of 
that Author's Comment on several Texts of Scripture : and 
An Appendix, In which the Palshoods of Henry Pick- 
worth's Narrative are fix'd upon his own Head, from his 
late pretended Defence of them. By Joseph Besse. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George-yard, Lombard Street. ... 8vo. 1734. 11^ 

A Farther Premonition to the impartial Eeader, prefixed to 

" An Examination of William Notcutt's ' Reply to H. B.'s 
Vindication of R. Barclay's Apology,' by H. B. (Henton 
Brown.)" 8vo. 1735 

Joseph Besse also inserted some passages in H. B.'s book. 

The $rotc£tant dflatl : or a Deeence {grounded upon Scripture) 

of a Letter to the Clergy of Northumberland : In answer To 
a Pamphlet intitl'd "A Vindication of Bishop Taylor, Sfc." 
[Anonymous.] 

London ; Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George yard, Lombard-Street. ... 8vo. 1735. 4§ 
This Work is on the subject of Baptism. 

A REPLY to a late Deeence of the Pamphlet, intituled, 

Baptismwith Water and Infant-Baptism Asserted: Wherein 
The Mistakes of the Author of that Defence are farther 
Bectified, and his Reasonings farther confuted. With An 
Appendix, Containing some Bemarks on the Preface to a 
late Beply to the " Protestant Mail ;" and shewing, that the 
Beformation from Popery, in England, was in a great 
measure owing to the Zeal and Constancy of illiterate Men 
and Women ; and that the People called Quakers have been, 
and are, the most Tlwrough-Protestant Beformers in the 
world. [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard Street. ... Svo. 1736. Gf 



1 



254 A CATALOGUE OF BES 

BESSE, Joseph, — continued. 

A Full Answee to the Country Parson's Plea against the 

Quaker's Tythe-Bill. The Priest taken in his own Craft, 
and confuted by his own Arguments. His oedination con- 
sider'd, and left at the Gates of Rome. By the Author of 
the Eeplication to the Country Parson's Papers and Plea. 
The Author's Reasons for Refusing to accept Preferment in 
the Church, with a Living of 400£ per annum. [Anony- 
mous.] 

London : Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater- 

Noster-Row 8vo. 1736. 6J 

A Brief Account of many of the Prosecutions of the People 

call'd Quakers in the Exchequer, Ecclesiastical, and other 
Courts, for Demands Recoverable by the Acts made in the 
7th and 8th Tears of the Reign of King William the Third, 
for the more JEasie Recovery of Tithes, Church-Rates, &c. 
Humhly submitted to the Consideration of the Members of 
both Houses of Parliament. [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George yard, Lombard- Street. . . . 8vo. 1736. 12| 

A Vindication of a Book, intituled, A Brief account of many 

of the Prosecutious of the People called Quakers, &c. Lately 
Presented to the Members of both Houses of Parliament ; 
Shewing The Fallacy and Injustice of the Calculations 
and Remarks in a late Pooh call'd An Examination, &c. ; 
The Evasions and Disingenuity of the CLERGY of the 
Diocese of London in their Answers and Reflections ; and 
the Ealshood and Inconsistency of the Intelligences by 
Them published. To which are added, Remarks on the poor 
Vicar's Plea. With Bishop Burnet's Description of the 
Ecclesiastical Couets. [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard Street . . 8vo. 1737. 8| 

Remarks on a Pamphlet lately published by the Clergy of the 

Diocese of London, under the Title of a Deeence of the 
Examination of a Book, entituled, " A Brief Account of 
many of the Prosecutions of the People call'd Quakers, &c. 
so far as the said Clergy are concerned in it. [Anonymous.] 
London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George yard, Lombard-Street. . . . 8vo. 1738. 2| 






Animadversions, inserted in the White-Hall Evening Post, of 
April 1, 1738.— [Anon?] 

A Vindication of a Book intituled "A Brief account of 
many of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, 
&c." Presented to the Members of both Houses of Parlia- 






BES friends' books. 255 

BESSE, Joseph, — continued. 

merit, in answer to a late examination thereof, so far as the 
Clergy of the Dioc ese of Lichfield and Coventry are con- 
cerned in it : with an appendix, in Eeply to the Objections 
of Two Clergymen of the Diocese called St. David's. 
[Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Baylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible in George yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1739. 6J 

An Examination of a late Vindication of a Defence of 

Baptism zcith Water and Infant-Baptism asserted. Wherein 
The Validity of a former Eeply to that Defence, and the 
Insufficiency of its Vindication, are demonstrated. With a 
Postcript Belating to the Protestant Eeformation, Acade- 
mical Learning, and a Declaration of Geobge Eox against 
iPoperi). [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold ly the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George yard, Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1739. 6 

Eemarks on a late pamphlet, called, A Defence of the Exa- 
mination of a Book, entituled, " A Brief account of many 
of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, &c." so 
far as the Clergy of the Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry 
are concerned in it. [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Baylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard- street. 

8vo. 1740. 31 

Eemarks on a late pamphlet, called, a Defence of the Exa- 
mination of A Book, entituled, A Brief account of many of 
the Prosecutions of the People call'd Quakers, &c. so far as 
the Clergy of the Diocese of St. David's are concern' d in it. 
[Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Baylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible in George-yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1740. 3£ 

A Vindication of a Book intituled, A Brief account of many 

of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, &c. pre- 
sented to the Members of both Houses of Parliament ; in 
Answer to a late Examination thereof, so far as the Clergy 
of the Dioceses of Oxford, Glocester, and Chester^ are con- 
cerned in it. [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Baylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible in George yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1740. 2f 

- A Letter to Stephen Claeke, Eector of Burythorpe, in 

Yorkshire, in Answer To his short vindication of the Clergy's 






256 A CATALOGUE OF BES 

BESSE, Joseph, continued. 

Right to Tithes. By One of the People called Quakers. 
[Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton, and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1740. 

A Vindication of a Book, intituled, " A Brief Account of 

/ many of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, &c. 

Presented to the Members of both Houses of Parliament : 
in answer To a late Examination thereof, in Defence of the 
Clergy of the Diocese of Yoek. [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the sign of the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard- 
street 8vo. 1741. 14, 

A Vindication of a Book, intituled, A Brief Account of many 

of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, &c. Pre- 
sented to the Members of both Houses of Parliament : In 
Answer To a late Examination thereof, so far as the Clergy 
of the Diocese of Carlisle are concerned in it. [Anonymous.] 
London : Printed and sold by T. Soivle Raylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1741. 

A Vindication of a Book, intituled, A Brief Account of many 

of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, &c. Pre- 
sented to the Members of both Houses of Parliament : In 
Answer To a late Examination thereof In Behalf of the 
Church-Men Of the Diocese of Hereford. [Anonymous.] 
London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke 
Sinde, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1741. 

A Vindication of a Book, intituled, A Brief Account of many 

of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, &c. Pre- 
sented to the Members of both Houses of Parliament : In 
Answer To a late Examination thereof, so far as the Clergy 
of the Diocese of Canterbury are concerned in it. With an 
Appendix, Demonstrating, that Tithes are an Oppression to 
the Husbandman, a Burden too Heavy for Him to bear, and 
undoeth many. [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by T. Soicle Raylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1742. 14 

An Examination of a Discourse or Sermon published by 

Daniel Dobel, of Cranbrook, in Kent, on the subject of 
"Watek-Baptism, with Remarks on his Preface to the same. 
By One of the People called Quakers. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton, and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible in George-yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1744. 21 



BES friends' books. 257 

BESSE, Joseph, — continued. 

An Answer to Frederick Crude. ... ... ... ... 1740. 

This Answer to Frederick Gude, a Preacher in Lauban, was occa- 
sioned by a work of his entitled, " Liebreiche Borstellung, &c. or 
His Charitable Exposition of Benjn. Holme's * Serious Call/ 1774." 
There is, however, some doubt whether it has ever been printed, 
but I find a notice respecting it in Pauli Ernesti Jablonski's 
11 Institutiones Historic Christianse." Editio secunda, Vol. 3, 
page 385, of which the following is an extract : " Fuit quoque inter 
eos Benjamin Holme, qui in vindicanda Quakerorum doctrina 
singulari cura versatus, earn peculiari tractatu omnibus commendare 
voluit. Cujus cogitata cum Gottlob Friedericvs GvDiVS sub 
examen vocasset, HOLMII causam egit Josephvs BESSE, contra 
quern tamen Gvdivs eibi deesse noluit." 

■ The Doctrine of the People called Quakers, iu Eelation to 

Bearing Arms and Fighting ; Extracted from the Works of a 
learned and approved Writer of that Persuasion. (Isaa.c 
_ Pexington,) with a Preface by Joseph Besse, under the 
signature of " Irenicus." 

London : Printed and sold by T. Soide Raylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. 

Svo. 1746. 2 
Eeprinted. — Salop : Printed by J. Cotton and J. Eddowes. 

Svo. 1756. lh 

An Enquiry into the Validity of a late Discourse, inti- 
tuled, " The Nature and Duty of Self-Defence." [Signed 
11 Philanthropus."] 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke 
Hinde, at the Bible, in George- Yard, Lombard-street. 

Svo. 1747. H 

- A COLLECTION of the Sufferings of the People called 
QUAKEES, for the Testimony of a Good Conscience, from 
The Time of their being first distinguished by that Name in 
the Tear 1650, to the Time of the Act, commonly called the 
Act of Toleration, granted to Protestant Dissenters in the 
first Tear of the Eeign of King William the Third and 
Queen Mary, in the Tear 1689. Taken from Original 
Eecords and other Authentick Accounts, by Joseph 
Besse, (in 2 volumes.) 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible in 

George-Yard, Lombard-street. ... ... Folio. 1753. 369 

— Extracts from Besse's Sufferings of the People called Quakers, 
in 31 Counties in England, the Isle of Man, and Wales, for 
the testimony of a good conscience from 1650 to 16S8. 

London: Printed for Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate St. 

Without. 12mo. [1S51.1 2 

The Extracts from " Besse's Sufferings of Friends," are sent for 
general distribution amongst the Society. It is also hoped that 

s 






258 A CATALOGUE OF BET 

BESSE, Joseph, — continued. 

Friends into whose hands this Tract may come, will use their best 
endeavours to circulate it as widely as possible. — London, 5th 
Month, 1851. 

A Letter concerning the Glory and Excellency of the 

Peaceable State of the Kingdom of the Messiah : wherein 
The Nature of Warlike Heroism, and that of Christian Forti- 
tude, are distinguished. [Preface by J. B.] 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible, in 
George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 8vo. 1755. 

The Universality of the Love of God to Mankind, proved by 

Express Testimonies of the Holy Scriptures. Also, An 
Enquiry into the Scriptural Significations of the Words, 
Election, Elect, and Reprobate. By Joseph Besse. 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible in 

George-Yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1755. 4^ 

Reprinted. — London : Printed at the Logographic Press, by J. 
Walter, Printing -House-square, BlacJcfriars. ... 12mo. 1787. 3 

Some Scriptural Observations on, 1. The Spirituality of Gospel- 
Worship, 2nd. The Nature of true Christian Prayer, 3rd. 
Our Saviour's Direction concerning Fasting. In a Letter to 
a Friend, subscrib'd Philalethes. To which is added, a 
Postscript, by way of Answer to some objections. By 
Joseph Besse. 

luondon : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 8vo. 1756. 2\ 

An Account of the Life, Travels and Christian Experiences, &c. 

of Samuel Bow>*as. [Edited by Joseph Besse.] 8vo. 1756. 13 
Reprinted.— See Samuel Bownas. 
He died (of age) at his residence, Ratcliffe, London, the 25th of the 
11th Month, 1757, aged about 74 years, and was interred on the 
30th of the same month, in Friends' burial-ground there. 
Hannah, his wife, died at Chelmsford, the of the month, 

, and was buried at Colchester. 

BETTLE, Edward, of Pennsylvania, Xorth America. 

Notices of Negro Slavery, as connected with Pennsylvania.— 

In " The Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsvlvania," 
Vol. 1, page 351 8vo. Philadelphia. 1826. 

BETTLE, Jane, of Philadelphia, was the Daughter of Thomas and 
J axe Temple, of Pennsbury, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 

Extracts from the memorandums of Jane Bettle, with a 

short memoir respecting her. fttprtnUB from tlje &nuruan 
etJttton. 

London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

12mo. 1845. 

She died the 1 3th of the 4th month , 1840, in the 67th year of her age. 



BEV friends' books. 059 

BETTEIS, Jane, of Oxfordshire. 

A Lamentation For the Deceived People of the world, But 

in particular To them of Alesburij, and those small Villages 
round about her ; who are carried away captive by her Priests 
and Teachers, laden with sins, ever learning, and never able 
to come to the Knowledge of the Truth, nor never will, but 
by owning the Light which comes from the Son of God, the 
Saviour of all them that believe in the Light, and the Con- 
demnation of all that hate it. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Alder sg ate. ... ... ... 4to. 1657. 1 

BETTS, Eachel, daughter of Benjamin & Sabah Betts, of London. 

A Short account of the last illness and death of Eachel Betts, 

to which are added, some extracts from her letters, and from 
a Diary found after her decease, (with an Introduction by 
P. T.) 

London : Published by J. Betts, 7, Compton-street, BrunS' 

wick-square. ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1831. 2% 

She died the 13th of the 1st month, 1831, and her remains were 
interred in Friends' Burial-ground, Bunhill Fields, London, on the 
19th of the same. — Aged 29 years. 

SEVAN, Evan, alias Jevans, Joseph John and others, of Wales. 

- The Preface and Postscript to, " A Eeply to Tho. Andrew's 
Letter to a Parishioner of Ponty-Pool," &c. by Theodoe 
Eccleston 8vo. 1708. 

See T. Eccleston. 

Some Notes of Evan Jeyans, upon part of Tho. Andrews's 
Enquiry. — (at page 63). 

- A Postscript, in answer to Tho. Andrews's Postscript (signed 
by Joseph John, Evan Bevan, Elisha Beadles, Eoger Jenkins, 
Isaac Morgan, and William Cooper, (at page 73). 

These are inserted in Theodor Eccleston's Book, entitled, " Remarks 
upon Tho. Andrews's Book, miscalled a Modest Enquiry. 8vo. 1709. 

• Letter or account of his convincement, — inserted in Sewel's 
History, see page 705, 1st edition Folio. ... ... 1722. 

- A Paper against Profane Swearing and Cursing, and taking 
the Lord's Holy Name in Vain — Query, if printed ? 

— A Short narrative of our Friend J. John's affliction and 
trouble on account of his Wife's paying the Tithe. — Query, 
if printed ? 

• Memoir of Eyan Betan, with his Letter to a Friend 

containing an account of his convincement, &c. (In ''■ Auto- 
biographical Narrations, by Thomas Chalk.) Foolscap 8vo. 1813. 

S2 



260 A CATALOGUE OF B E V 

BEVAN, Evan, Joseph John, and others, — continued. 

Reprinted, in Vol. 13, of " The Friends' Library." 

Philadelphia : 1849. 

He died at Pontymoyle, in Monmouthshire, the 17th of the 2nd month, 
1746. Aged about 67 years, and was interred in Friends' Burial- 
ground there. 

BEVAN, Joseph Gurney, Son of Timothy and Hannah Beyan, of 

London, was born there in the year 1753. 
A Brief Eeply to Catholicus's Seasonable address to Discipli- 
narians. By Cryptonymus. 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillips fy Son, George- 
y curdy Lombard-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1798. 

A Eefutation of some of the more modern misrepresentations 

of the Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers ; with a 
Life of James jNayler ; by Joseph Gurney Bevan : also, (by 
permission of the Meeting for Sufferings) A Summary of the 
History, Doctrine and Discipline of Friends. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... bvo. 1800. 

and others. — A Short account of the Life and Writings of 

Robert Barclay. [See Robert Barclay]. 

London : Printed and sold by TV. Phillips, George-yard, 

Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... 16mo. 1802. 

An Examination of the first part of a Pamphlet, called, An 

Appeal to the Society of Friends. By Vindex. 

London : Printed and sold by W. Phillips, George-yard, 

Lombard-street. 8vo. 1802. 3 

Cursory Remarks on G. G.'s (George Gregory's) " Brief 

argument why the Quakers are bound in conscience to pay 
Tythes." Anonymous. 

London : Printed and sold by Phillips and Fardon, George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1805. ■ 

Thoughts on iEUasfon antJ inebriation, particularly the Revela- 
tion of the Scriptures.' By Joseph Gurney Bevan. 

London : Printed and sold by Phillips and Fardon, George- 
yard, Lombard-street ; Sold also by J. and A. Arch, 
C or nhill, and J. Hat chard, Piccadilly. ... 8vo. 1805. 1 

Reprinted, — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Phillips and Fardon, George- 
yard, Lombard-street ; Sold also by J. and A. Arch, 
Cornhill, and J. Hat chard, Piccadilly. ... 8vo. 1805. 1$ 

Reprinted by the London Tract Association. 
See No. 33 of the series. 

Reprinted by the Dublin Tract Association. 

See No. 33 of the series. 



BEV FBIENDS' BOOKS. 2(>1 

BEVAN, Joseph Gurney, — continued. 

The Lite of the Apostle Paul, as related in scripture, but 

in which His Epistles are inserted in that part of the 
history to wliich they are supposed respectively to belong ; 
with select notes, critical, explanatory, and relating to persons 
and places, and a Map of the Countries in which the Apostle 
travelled. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George 
yard, Lombard-street 8vo. 1807. 27^ 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition, corrected and enlarged. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George 

yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1811. 28 

■ Memoirs of the Life of Isaac Peningtou : to which is added 

a Keview of his writings. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1S07. 18 

Eeprinted. — a new edition. — London : Sold by Harvey and 

Barton, Gracechurch-street. ... ... ... 12tno. 1830. 15^ 

Eeprinted. ... ... ... ... Philadelphia, 12mo. 1831. 

- Memoirs of the Life, and Travels, in the service of the 
Gospel, of Sarah Stephenson. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard t Lombard-street. ... ... .. 12mo. 1807. 

Eeprinted ... ... ... ... ... Philadelphia, 1807 

— A Eeplt to so much of a sermon, published in the course of 
last year, by Philip Dodd, as relates to the well known 
scruple of the Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers, 
against all Swearing. By Joseph Gurney Bevan. 

London : Printed by W. Phillips, George-yard, Lombard- 
street. ' 8vo. 1808. H 



— Piety Promoted, in brief memorials and dying expressions of 
some of the Society of Eriends, commonly called Quakers. 
The 10th Part. To which is prefixed, an historical account 
of the preceding parts or volumes, and of their several com- 
pilers and Editors. By Joseph Gurney Bevan. 

London : Printed by William Phillips, George Yard, 

Lombard-street. 12mo. 1810. 14£ 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. — London : Printed by William 

Phillips, George-yard, Lombard street. ... 12mo. 1811. 14£ 

Eeprinted.— The 3rd edition. 12 mo. 1821. 

Eeprinted. — The 4th edition (miscalled, 3rd edition.) 

London ; Barton and Harvey, Gracechurch-street. 12 mo. 183b. 



262 A CATALOGUE OF BEV 

BEVAN, Joseph Gurney, — continued. 

A Short account of the last illness and death of Joseph 

Gurney Bevan, a Member of the Society of Friends. [Sup- 
posed by Eebecca Beyan.] 

London : Printed and sold by W. Phillips, George yard. 

8vo. 1815. If 

Extracts from the gutters anb o%r Writings of the late Joseph 

Gurney Bevan; preceded by a §bort glemoir of Ijis |Tife. 
[Edited by Josiah Eorster.] 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard- street. ... ... Foolscap 8vo. 1821. Yi\ 

This work contains " Some Remarks on the Account of the Quakers, 
in Pinkerton's Modern Geography." 

Extracts from the same work. In " The Herald of Peace," 

for the year 1822. Vol. 1. New Series, page 24. 8vo. 1822. 

He died the 12th of the 9th month, 1814, aged 61 years, and his 
remains were interred in Friends' Burial-ground, Bunhill-Fields, 
London. 

BEVAN, Mary (his Wife) was the Daughter of Eobeet and 
HA>ifAH Plumsted, and was born in London, in the year 
1751. 

A Short Account of her. — See page 206, of " Extracts from 

Letters <£c. of J. G. Bevan." 

She died the 23rd of the 5th month, 1813, aged nearly 62 years. 
BEVAN, Eebecca, Wife of Paul Beyan, of Tottenham. 

A Short account of the last illness and death of Joseph 

Geeney Beyan, a Member of the Society of Eriends. 

London : Printed and sold by W. Phillips, George-yard. 

8vo. 1815. 1 

A Testimony from Tottenham Monthly Meeting concerning 

Eebecca Beyan, deceased. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard street. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1818. f 

She died the 9th of the 11th mo. 1817, and was interred in Friends' 
burial ground, Tottenham, aged 34 years, a minister about 7 
years. 

*BEVAN, Samuel, Son of Paul Bevan, of Tottenham. 

Sand and Canvas ; a Narrative of Adventures in Egypt, with 

a sojourn among the Artists in Borne. 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate-street Without. 

8vo. 1849. 
Note. — Illustrated with plates ; one, " Friends' Meeting at Rome." 

To all who smoke ! a few words in defence of Tobacco ; or, a 

Plea for the Pipe. By " Cavendish." 

London : Published by Baily, Brothers, 3, Royal Exchange 

Buildings. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1857. 6 






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BEVAN, Sylvauus, — of was a contributor to 

Philosophical Trans. 174)3. 

BEVAN, Thomas, Son of Thomas Beyan, M.D. of London. 

Lindley Murray Hoag and the Society of Friends. Signed, 

"Custos." (i mo. 23. 1853.) 4to. (1853.) \ 

Zlg:^::l}^dTho,Beva,. ;;; ■■; £ gjgj | 

Answered by Wm. Irwin, of Manchester. 

BEVANS, Ann, of Stamford Hill, near London. Daughter of John 
and Tabitha Be vans. 

Brief memoir of Miss Ann Bevans. — (with a Portrait.) 

Norwich : Printed for private circulation, by Josiah 
Fletcher. 

"Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

Foolscap 8vo. Norwich, [about 1840.] 5 
She died the 7th of 4th month, 1840. 

* BEVANS, John, Jim., of London. 

- Some Tracts relating to the Controversy between Hannah 
Barnard and the Society of Friends, wherein the Primitive 
Christian Principles of the said Society are presented to the 
Public. [Signed " Christicola."] 

London : Printed and sold hi/ Dart on and Harvey, Grace- 
church-street " 8vo. 1802. %\ 

Contents or Titles of the Tracts, viz., 

1st. — A Summary of Hannah Barnard's Faith, written by herself. 
2nd. — Remarks, occasioned by a Paper, called, A Summary of 

Hannah Barnard's Faith. 
3rd. — Hannah Barnard's Vindication of her Summary, &c. 
4th. — Some Animadversions upon Hannah Barnard's Defence of 

her Summary, &c. 

- A Defence of the Christian Doctrines of the $orifti> of 
dfricno'0, against the charge of Socinianism ; and its Church 
Discipline vindicated, in Answer to a Writer who stiles him- 
self Verax [Thomas Foster] : in the course of which the 
principal Doctrines of Christianity are set forth, and some 
objections obviated. To which is prefixed A Letter to 
John Eyans, the Author of " A Sketch of the Denomina- 
tions of the Christian World," and strictures on the Eighth 
and Ninth Editions of that Work. By John Beyans, Jan. 

London : Printed and sold by Phillips and Far don, George- 
yard, Lombard-street ; and sold also by J. and A. Arch, 
Cornltill ; J. Johnson, St. PauVs Church-yard: Button 
and Son, Paternoster Row; and J. Hatchard. Piccadilly. 

3*o. 1805. 18| 



264 A CATALOGUE OF BE 

*BEVANS, John, Jun., — continued. 

On the term, Reverend, (In reply to Urbanitas, p. 482, in The 

Theological and Biblical Magazine for November, 1806. 
(Signed Honestus.) 

Printed by T. Butt, Shacklewell. ... ... 8vo. No date. 

■ The Quakers.— A Eeply to an " Inquiry respecting their pay- 
ment of taxes levied for Military purposes," in " The Monthly 
Repository of Theology and General Literature," for 1807. 
Vol, 2, page 520. [Signed J. B., supposed by him.] 8vo. 1808. | 

On the Light or Spirit of Christ within man, as professed by 

the Friends, in Reply to Veritas, in " The Monthly Re- 
pository of Theology, &c , for 1808." Vol. 3, page 317. 
[Signed J. B., supposed by him.] 8vo. 1809. £ 

A Brief View of the Doctrines of the Christian l&cltgton as 

professed by the Society of Friends, in the form of Ques- 
tion and Answer, for the instruction of Youth. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1810. 5 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition, revised and corrected. 

London : Printed by J. Haddon, Tabernacle-walk ; and 
sold by William Phillips, George-yard, Lombard-street. 

12mo. 1811. 6J 

A Vindication of the Authenticity of the Narratives contained 

in the first tfoo Chapters of the Gospels or St. Matthew 
and St. Luke ; being an investigation of objections urged by 
the Unitarian Editors of the improved Version of the New 
Testament : with An Appendix, containing strictures on the 
variations between the first and fourth editions of that work. 
By a Layman. (Anonymous]. 

London : Printed for F. C. and J. Rivington. 62, St. 
Paul's Church-yard, and Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, by 
R. Clay, Devonshire-street, Bishopsgate : sold also by the 
Booksellers of Oxford, Cambridge, tyc. ... 8vo. 1822 . 26£ 

In "The Herald of Peace," for the year 1824, Vol. 3, new 

series, page 3, is a note from ***** to Mr. John Bevans, in- 
forming him of his secession from the Peace Society, with 
John Bevan's Answer to the same, dated, Star Court, Bread 
St., 24th of 2nd mo., 1824. 8vo. 1824. | 

He died on First-day, the 31st of 1st month, and was buried ou the 
7th of 2nd month, 1836, in Friends' Burial-ground, Bunhill Fields, 
London. He was ag^d 63 years. 



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BEYANS, Tabitba, of Plaistow, Essex, near London, last of 
Tottenham. 

The Good Girl's Heart delineated, in an appropriate drawing, 

having this Motto from Watts, 

" When we devote our Youth to God 
'Tis pleasing in his eyes : 
A Flower when offered in the bud 
Is no vain sacrifice." 

with a short description of the design in Letterpress. 4to. 1799. J 

— The Good Boy's Heart, &c. 

She died the lst"of the 1st month, 1837, aged 85 years, and was 
buried at Winchmore Hill. 

BEYINGTON, Timothy, of Worcester. 

An Elegiac Poem to the Memory of a Friend. Who Died the 

9th of the 7th month, 1771, In the 21st year of his age. 
[Anonymous.] 

Worcester: Printed by JR. Lewis. ... ... 8vo. 1771. ^ 

— The same, with another, who died the 12th day of the 10th 
month, 1781, aged 19 years. 

The 2nd edition, corrected and revised. 

London : Printed for Richardson and Urquhart, under the 

Royal Exchange. ... ... ... ... 8vo. No date. j 

— The same edition. — London : Printed for Richardson and 
Urquhart, under the Royal Exchange ; and sold by James 
Phillips, George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 8vo. 1783. 1± ? 

— The last token of affectionate regard of our dear Friend 
Timothy Bevington, which he left in writing, and desired 
might be communicated to his Friends after his Decease. 
To Friends of Worcester Meeting, 4th Month 9th, 1802. 

Printed by J. Tymbs, Worcester. Folio. No date. J 

He died the 24th of the 4th month, 1802. 
BEWLEY, George, of Cork, in Ireland, was the son of Geoege and 
Mart Bewley, and was born at Ivegill, in Cumberland, in 
the year 1684. 

— A Naeeatiye of the Christian Experiences of GEORGE 
BEWLEY, late of the City of Corke, deceased. Written 
by Himself: and Published with the appeobation. and by 
Order of the National Half-Yeae's MEETING,' held in 
DUBLIN, in the 3rd month, 1750. [Edited, with Preface 
by James Gough.] 

Dublin : Printed by I. Jackson, at the Globe, in Meath- 

street 12mo. 1750. 2 

Eeprinted. — Cork: By Wm. West, Nelson-place ... 12mo. 1815. If 

He died the 11th of the 12th month, 1749, aged 65 years, arid was 
buried in Friends' burying- ground in Cork, the 13th of the same. 



266 A CATALOGUE OP B E W 

BEWLEY, G-eorge, of Hesketh, Cumberland. 

■ The Examiner Examined : or, H. Wolstenholme's Examina- 
tion of the Reasons why the People called Quakers do not 
pay Tithes, considered : and the Conduct and Doctrine of 
the said People vindicated against his unjust reflections 
upon them. By George Bewley. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Phillips, George Yard, 

Lombard Street. ... 8vo. 1781. 5£ 

An Exposition of the One, Only, true and efficacious Baptism 

of Christ, Addressed more particularly to the Inhabitants 
of Scotland, for their Information concerning the Doctrine 
of the People called Quakers, in Relation to that Subject : 
wherein the objections advanced against it by Alexander 
Pirie in his Dissertation on Baptism are examined and 
answered. By George Bewley. 

London: Printed by J. Phillips, George-yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1790. 

BEWLEY, George, of Woodhall, Cumberland. Query, whether the 

same ? 

He died the 15th of the 8th month, 1828, aged 79 years. 

*BEWLEY, Henry, of Dublin, in Ireland. 

Father Austin and Lewis.— A Defence of the ancient principles 

of the Catholic Church, addressed to the Clergy and People 
of Ireland. [Anon.] 

Lublin: Printed by Bentham and Hardy, for William 
Curry, Jun., and Co., Sackville-street ; and Richard 
Moore Tims, Graf ton-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1829. 3^ 

An Examination of some of the Doctrines of the Early Friends. 

Dublin : Printed for the Author, by Philip Dixon Hardy 

and Sons, 23, Upper Sackville Street. Large 8vo. 1844. Gf 

Thoughts and suggestions submitted to the consideration of 

the Society of Friends. By H. B. Printed for private 
circulation. 

Dublin : Printed by W. Porteus, 18, Wicklow Street. 

12mo. 1859. 1£ 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition, with corrections. 

London : Alfred W. Bennett, Bishopsgate Street Without, 

L.C 12mo. 1859. l] 

BEWLEY, Joseph, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Bewley, of 
Dublin. 

Memorial of the Monthly Meeting of Dublin, concerning 

Joseph Bewley, an Elder, deceased. Printed by direction of 



bid friends' BOOKa 267 

BEWLEY, Joseph, — continued. 

the Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends, held in 
Dublin, 1852. 

Dublin : Webb and Chapman, Great Brunswick-street. 

*8vo. and 12mo. 1852. £ 

He died the 15th of the 9th month, 1851, and his remains were 
interred in Friends' burial-ground, in Cork Street, Dublin. 

BEWLEY, Thomas, of Dublin. 

A Letter on the subject of Tithe-Bent- Charge, addressed to 

Joshua William Strangman. — Dublin, 11th Month, 1856. 

8yo. No printer's name, 'place, or date. \ 

Keprinted, with considerable additions, entitled, 

A Letter to a Eriend on the subject of Tithe Rent- Charge, 

with a reply to Henry Russell's " observations " on said 
letter, and some additional remarks on this subject. 

Dublin : Printed for the Author by R. Chapman, Temple 
Lane 8vo. 1857. 2| 

BIDDLE, Hester, of London. 

— |¥o to thee City of Oxford, thy wickedness surmounteth the 
wickedness of Sodome, &c. (ISTo Title. ) 

B. — No Printer's name or place. [1655.] 1 

" Something in short, unto the Sons and Daughters of men, as I 

was moved by the Spirit of God." ... ... 4to. 1659. 2 

N.B. — This is inserted at the end of Thomas Woodrow's treatise, 
entitled, " A Brief Relation of the State of Man before Transgres- 
sion." 

— A Warning from the Lord God of Life and Power, unto thee, 
O City of London, and to The Suburbs round about thee : 
To call thee and them to repentance & amendment of life, 

without which you cannot see God. Who am hated by 

the unwise, and foolish in heart, and am reproachfully call'd 
a Quaker. Ester Biddle. 

London: Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Black- Spread 

Tlagle and Windmill in Martins, neer Alder sg ate. 4to. 1660. 3 

— The Trumpet of the Lord God sounded forth unto these 
Three Nations, as a Warning from the Spirit of Truth ; 
especially unto Thee, Oh England, who art looked upon as 
the Seat of Justice, from whence righteous Laws should pro- 
ceed. — Likewise, unto Thee, thou great and famous City of 
London, doth the Lord God of Vengeance sound one warning 

more into thine ear, &c. By one ivho is a Sufferer for the 

Testimony of Jesus, in Newgate, Esther Biddle. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1662. 3 



268 A CATALOGUE OF BIG 

BIDDLE, Hester, continued. 

The Trumpet of. the Lord sounded forth unto these Three 

Nations, &c. — By one who is a Sufferer for the Testimony of 
Jesus, in- Newgate, Esther Biddle. (Part in verse.) 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1662. 

Note. — The word " God " is not in the title of this edition, the 
remainder is the same as the preceding. 

Wo to the Town of Cambridge. (No Title or Date.) Broadside. 

She died the 5th of the 12th month, 1696, aged 67 years. 

BIDDLE, Owen, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

A PLAN for a SCHOOL on an establishment similar to that 

yy at Ackworth, in Yorkshire, Great Britain, varied to suit the 

circumstances of the Youth within the limits of the Yearly 
Meeting for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey : Introduced with 
the Sense of Friends in New-England, on the Subject of 
Education ; and An Account of some Schools in Great 
Britain : to which is added, Observations and Kemarks, 
intended for the consideration of Friends. 

Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Gruhshanh. 8vo. 1790. 

BIGG, Jeremiah, Son of Thomas Bigg, of Swansea. 

Quakerieties for 1838, by an Embryo " Harvest Man." 5th 

Month 25th, 1838. [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and Published by W. Cousans, 4, David- 
street, York-place, Mary -le-bone. ... ... 8vo. [1838-] 

He died in the year 1839, at Llantwit Major, Glamorganshire. 

BIGG, William, (his Brother) formerly of Banbury, but now of 
Luton, Bedfordshire. 

The Art of Swimming. By W. B. 

London : McMullen, Circus Street, Lisson Grove. 12mo. ] 832. 1 

The Prospects of the People. London: Groombridge. 8vo. 1838. 2 

A Lecture on the Improvement of the Mind, delivered at the 

Banbury Mechanics' Institute, on Monday evening, January 
6, 1840. By William Bigg. 

Banbury : William Potts, Parsons Street. London : Long- 

man $ Co 8vo. 1840. l|j 

An Essay on the Causes of the Decline of the Society of 

Friends. " Quantum Mutatis." 

London : Hamilton, Adams £{ Co., Paternoster Roiv. Ban- 
bury : Henry Stone. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1859. if. 

Ten Days in North "Wales. By W. Bigg. 

London: A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

Hertford: Stephen Austin. ... ... ... 16mo. 1862. 1 



B i l friends' books. 269 

BIGG, William,— cont inued. 

! The Ten-Day Tourist: or Sniffs of the Mountain Breeze; bj 

William Bigg ; comprising " Ten Days in North Wales, 
(Second Edition Enlarged)," "A Stroll among the English 
Lakes," " A Week in the Western Highlands," and " Ireland 
in the South and AVest." 

London: A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

Crown 8vo. pp. 170. 1865. 
BILLING-, Edward, of London, or rather Westminster, a Brewer. 
His name is sometimes spelt " Byllynge." 
A Word of Eeproof, And Advice to my late Fellow-Souldiers 
and Officers of the English, Lrish, and Scotish Army ; With 
some Inrhoad made upon the Hireling and his Mass-house, 
University, Orders, Degrees, Vestments, Poperies, Heathen- 
ism, &c. With a short Catalogue of some of the fighting 
Priests, and for just cause given, have given them a blow in 
one of their eyes, (pickt out of the whore's head) which 
they call, a Fountain of Eeligion, but is a sink of Iniquity, 
&c. &c. (E. B.) 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Alder sg ate. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 12 

Words in the Word ; to be Read by Friends in the Simplicity, 
Felt in the Power, and Received in the Love. 

4to. JS~o Printer s name or place. [1661.] 1 
Written "From the Gatehouse Prison, in Westminster, the 9th day 
of the 3rd Mouth, 1661." With a Postscript dated 11th day of 3rd 
Month, 1661. 

For every Individual Superior and Inferior Magistrate in the 
Land, for them to read, weigh, and consider in the dread of 
the Lord God. (The 7th of the 3rd Month, Heathenishly 
called May.) Broadside. London, Printed for the Author. 1662. 1 

Reprinted. 

A Faithful Testimony for God & my Country ; or, a Eetro- 
spective Glass for the Legislators, and the rest of the Sons 
of the Church of England, (so called) who are found Perse- 
cuting the Innocent. Signed E. B. only. 

4to. London, Printed for the Author, in the Year, 1664. 1-J 
A Certaine Sound ; or, an Alarm sounded to the Persecuting 
Episcopalians, in, and about the Cities of London and West- 
minster, those Bloody Cities, in many Whoredoms ; and to 
the rest of that Sect throughout the Nations, who prophanely, 
bloodily, or maliciously, now have or heretofore have had any 
hand in persecuting the Innocent Servants, and Prophets of 
the Most High, for the exercise of their pure conscience to 
the Lord God their Creator. (E. B. only.) 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1665. 2 
He died the 16th of the 11th month, 1686, in the parish of St. 
Botolplts (ao called) Aldgate, London, aged 63 years. 






270 A CATALOGUE 0* BIN" 

B. (E.) [Billing or Burrough] A Mite of Affection, Mani- 
fested in 31 Proposals, Offered to all the Sober and Free- 
born People within this Common-wealth ; Tending and 
tendred unto them for a settlement in this the day and hour 
of the "Worlds Distraction and Confusion. 

London: Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black- Spread- 
Eagle^ at tlie West end of Pauls. ... ... 4to. 1659. 1| 

■ An Alarm to all Flesh ; with an Invitation to the True 

Seeker, forthwith to flje for his Life (Clearly) out of the 
short-lived Babylon, into ilje J?ife; out of words, into tbe 
^lorb ; out of the many and changeable Likenesses, into 
Him, the same yesterday, to day, for ever and ever. Also, a 
Word of Encouragement to the Faithful, to be faithful still, 
by E. B. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, at the sign of the 
Black- Spread- Eagle and Windmill in Martins V Grand. 

4to. 1660. 

BINGHAM, Jane M., Wife of William Bingham, of Chesterfield, 
Der 



A 



Amy of the Peak, or, the Triumph of Principle, (in verse.) 

[Anonymous.] ... 16mo. 

Keprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

Chesterfield: Printed by C. Gallimore. 16mo. 1847. 35 pages 

Joys and Sorrows ; where to find, and how to exchange them : 

comprising Agnes ; or a Word for Woman : conjugal respon- 
sibility : Dan Darwin's Home : The Class-Leader's Visit : 
The only Son ; or, are " Friends " clean-handed ? and other 
poems. By the authoress of Amy of the Peak. (Frontis- 
piece.) [Anonymous.] 

London : C. Gilpin, and all Booksellers. Printed by C. 

Gallimore, Irongate, Chesterfield, ... ... 8vo. No date. 9 

BINGLEY, William, of Yorkshire, afterwards of London. 

■ A Lamentation over ENGLAND, and ^aiijjful Earning to 

the Inhabitants thereof. By William Bingley. 

London : Printed and sold by Andrew Soicle, at the sign 
of the Crooked Billet in Hollow ay -Lane, in Shoreditch. 

4to. 1682. 3±- 

Reprinted. — London : Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle, at 
the Sign of the Crooked Billet in Holloway Lane in 
Shoreditch 4to. 1682. 3 1 

Reprinted. — London : Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle at the 
Sign of the Crooked Billet, in Holloway Lane, in 
Shoreditch. 4to. 1683. 3£ 

Reprinted. — London, Printed, sold by Benjamin Clark. 4to. 1683. 2£ 



BIN friends' book-. 271 

BIXGLEY, William,— continued. 

An Epistle of £cnbcr Xobe to all the Flock of God every 

where. Containing an Exhortation to Faithfulness to God 

and Love to all Men, under all Sufferings and Afflictions we 

meet with for the Exercise of our consciences towards God. 

London : Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle, in Holloway 

Lane, in Shoreditch. ... ... ... ... 4to. 16S3. lj 

An Epistle of Love and Tender Advice to .f runbs and grribmt 

in SbnctztR, or elsewhere ; to live in the Truth, that they may- 
shew forth the virtue and effects of it in a Holy Life. By 
your Friend and Brother in the Truth, who Travels for Sion's 
Prosperity, (wUllinnx Singles. 

Printed by Andrew Sowle : and sold at the Three-Keys in 

JS~ag 's- Head-Court, in Grace-church-street. ... 4to. 1689. 1| 

- A faithful (SI timing Once more to the Inhabitants of England, 
Calling them to Repentance and Amendment of Life, before 
the Day of their Visitation comes to an End. Ey W. B. 

Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle, at the Crooked Billet 
in FLolloway-Lane, Shoreditch : And at the Three Keyes 
in Xaggs-Head-Court , in GraceChurch Street. 4to. 1G90. 2 

- An Epistle of (Tcnbtr Xobt, To Friends in Ibela^d. By your 
Faithful Friend, and Brother in the Truth, £Htlltam ijtncrln). 

Printed, and sold by T. S. at the Crooked-Billet, in 

Holy-well-Lane, in Shoreditch. ... ... ... 4to. 1692. 1 

%* Written in London, the 2nd of the 1st month, 169£. 

*[ A Sermon, preached by Mr. "William Bingley, at Grace- 
church Street, March 4th, 1693. See page 130, of " The 
Concurrence and Unanimity of the People called Quakers:, 

&c." 8vo. 1694. 

Reprinted. — See Sermons. 

- Tender Counsel and Advice to the Flock of God everywhere. 
By a Lover of Truth and Eighteousness, William Bingley. 

London : Planted and sold by T. Sowle, next door to the 
Meeting-house, in White-Hart -Court, in Gracious- 
street, and at the Bible in Leadenhall-street, near the 
Market Small Svo. 1697. 3| 

He died in London, the 11th of the 6th month, 1715, aged 64 
years. There is a brief account of him by James Backhouse in 
the " Life, &c, of William and Alice Ellis," at page 180, where it is 
said that he died in 1714. 

INNS, Ann, of Liverpool. 

- A Brief Account of Aira Blnns, daughter of Thomas and 
Hannah Binns, of Mount Vernon, near Liverpool, who died 
the 22nd of 5th Month, 1815, in the Eighteenth Tear of her 
Age. 

Printed by James Smith. Liverpool 12mo. [1815.] 2\ 



272 A CATALOGUE OF B1R 

BINNS, Isabel, of Woodside. 

A Testimony concerning our dear and honoured Friend, David 

Hall, late of Skipton, — dated, "Woodside, the 13th of the 2nd 
month, 1757, inserted in " The Irish Friend, Vol. 4, page 
109." 

BINNS, Jonathan, M.D. of Achvorth, then of Lancaster. 

Dissertatio medica inauguralis de Exercitatione. Sep. 12, 1772. 

The Wise for cure on Exercise depend, 
God never made his work for mail to mend. 

Dbyd. 

Printed at Edinburgh by Balfour and Smellie. 8vo. 1772. 36 pagt 

and Thomas Coar. — The following Essay towards an English 

Grammar for Ack worth School. 
Printed by Thomas Wilson, and Robert Spence, York. 

Broadside, 1800. 

Ditto ditto [Anonymous.] 

York: Printed by T. Wilson and P. Spence, Sigh- 
Ousegqte ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. anno 1800 

He died in the 3rd month, 1812, aged 67. 
BINNS, Jonathan, (his Son). 

Report of Experiments on soiling or Keeping of Cattle on 

green food in the Stall or yard. ... ... Folio. 1815. 4 pages. 

On the Beauties and miseries of Ireland. ... 2 vols. 8vo. 1837. 

BINNS, Thomas, of Liverpool, Son of Abeaham Binxs. 

The Lay after the Election (in verse.) — [Anoxtmotjs.] 

" The Tumults are past, that make many to sigh, 
The True Friends of Freedom sincerely deplore," &c. 

Liverpool : Printed for William Pobinson, by James 
Smith 4to. 1806. 

A Brief Account of Ann Binns, (his daughter.) (See above.) 

Printed by James Smith, Liverpool. ... 12mo. [1815.] 

He died the 27th of 12th month, 1842, aged about 71 years. 

||BIECH, Eliza, Daughter of Thomas Birch, late of Warwick. 

Poems on Various Subjects : to which is added a Selection of 

Hymns, &c. By Eliza Birch, Daughter of Thomas Birch, 
late of Warwick, the Elder Branch of the Staffordshire 



Family. 

Manchester: Printed by C. Wheeler and Son. ... 8vo. 1800. 4f j 

Note. — Contains, " An Epigram on General B. K., who fell in America 
a victim to his Pride and Obstinacy." — " An Extempore effusion, at 
a Public Meeting of Friends, in Warwick,'' etc. 

*BIBCH, Thomas, was born in the Parish of Clerkenwell, London, 

in the year 1705, of parents who were Friends, and was ^ 

Usher in three Friends' Schools. After a time he quitted the 



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BIECH, Thomas, — continued. 

Society, and in 1730 was ordained a Minister of the Church 
of England, soon after which he obtained the living of Ulting, 
in Essex. In 1735 he was elected a fellow of the Eoyal 
and Antiquarian Societies. He was presented to several 
church preferments, the last of which was the Eectory of 
Depden in Essex, which he held with the united rectories of 
St. Margaret Pattens and St. Gabriel, Eenchurch-street, 
London. His writings are numerous, but it does not seem 
desirable to notice many here. Of his various publications the 
principal was " The General Dictionary, historical and criti- 
cal," in 10 vols, folio, the first of which was published in 
1734, the last in 1741. Another of his works is, 

— The Life of the Most Eeverend Dr. Joh^ Tillotson, Lord 

Archbishop of Canterbury. Compiled chiefly from his Ori- 
ginal Papers and Letters. B^r Thomas Birch, D.D., Eector 
of the United Parishes of at, JIargaret Pattens and St. 
Gabriel Fencliurcli, and .Secretary to the Eoyal Society. 
The 2>~d edition, corrected and inlarged. 

London : Printed for J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, §c. 

8vo. 1753. 34^ 

Note. — This work contains u Some Account of William Penn, with 

his letters to Dr. Tlllotiou against the imputation of being a 

Papist in disguise.'' 
Thomas Birch also published a new edition of The Works of Tillotson 

in 3 vols, folio. 
His death was occasioned by a fall from his horse, which happened 

the 9th of 1st month, 17*66. 

IECHALL, Samuel, of Leeds. 

— A descriptive List of the Provincial Copper Coins or Tokens, 

issued between the years 17S6 & 1796 ; arranged Alpha- 
betically by Samuel Eirchall of Leeds from the originals in 
his own possession. (Engraved Title.) 

Leeds : Printed for S. Birchall, and sold by Henry Young, 

Lud gate-street, London. ... .... ... 8vo. 1796. 141 pages. 

or 

— An Alphabetical List of Provincial Copper Coins or Tokens 

issued between the years 17S6 & 1796. (Second Title.) 

Leeds : Printed I by Thomas Gill. 1796. 

BIEKBECK, George, M.D., of London. 

— The Dissertation on taking his physician's degree (was) 

Sep. 12, 1799. — Tentamen Chemico-physiologicum — inaugu- 
rale de Sanguine. 

Edinburgh: Printed by Adam Ke ill and Co. 8vo. 1799. ] 00 pages. 

— A Sketch of a course of lectures on Electricity, galvanism and 

pneumatic chemistry. Svo. 1805. 24 pages. 

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274 A CATALOGUE OF B I R 

*BIRKBECK, George,— concluded. 

The Steam Engine theoretically and practically displayed, by 

G. B. and H. and J. Adcock. Illustrated by a series of 

splendid engravings. No. 1—2 London, 4to. 1827. 

Note. — No more printed. 

A Lecture on the preservation of timber by Kyan's Patent 

for preventing dry Hot. — With an Appendix, &c. London, 8vo. 1835. 

Mathematics practically applied to the Useful and fine Arts by 

C. Dupin, adapted to the State of the Arts in England, by 

G. B., etc 8vo. 1827. 

[A Portrait of Dr. B.] (By C. Bunning the Younger). 

Polio. [1839.] 
He died the 1st of 12th month, 1841, aged about 65 years. 

BIRKBECK, Morris, of Guildford, in Surrey. 

Preface to " Some Animadversions on the Supposition of the 

Scriptures being the only principal and Perfect Rule to Sal- 
vation, etc. By Richard Morris. ... London, 12mo. 1798. 1^ 

A Letter to Sussex and Surrey Quarterly Meeting, (subjoined 

to) "Advice of the Yearly Meeting, 1755." 

Budduck, Printer, Sfc, Brighton-place, Brighton. 4to. 1S10. \ 

A Tender Expostulation with the less diligent attenders of 

Meetings for Worship among the Society of Friends. With 
a few Remarks on the "Use of Idolatrous Terms ; also, on 
Wars and Pightings among Christians ; elucidated by por- 
tions of Scripture. 

London : Printed hy William Phillips, George-yard, Lom- 
bard-street 12mo. 1812. - 

\ Reprinted. 

New York : Printed by Samuel Wood and Sons, No. 357, 

Pearl-street 12mo. 1816. ±s 

Reprinted. 

Warwick : Printed by JS. Ileathcote, in the Corn Market. 

12mo. 1826. 

and Thomas Thompson.— A General Catalogue of Friends' 

Writings, from the Rise of the Society to the commencement 
of the year 1820. Containing the whole of the Catalogue 
by John Whiting and the additions made by Morris Birhbeck, 
which additions have been arranged and revised by Thomas 
Thompson, of Liverpool, who has also supplied many of his 
own. (In 2 vols.) MS. large 4to. 

Since the above volumes were compiled, an additional one has been 
added of publications since 1820. The whole three form the 
Catalogue of the Collection at Devonshire House, London, and 
are the property of the Society. 

He died the 4th of 4th month, 1816, aged 82 years. 



I e friends' books. 275 

BIRKBECK, Morris, Junr., of Wanborough, (his son) is believed 
to have withdrawn from the Society about the time of 
Hannah Barnard's Proceedings. — He purchased a large 
property of the Prairies in the State of Illinois and emi- 
grated thither with most of his family. His residence was 
not far distant from that of Robert Owen {Lanark) at 
New Harmony, and with whom he was intimate. Returning 
from a visit to him in the 6th month, 1825, in crossing on 
horseback the Little Wabash River in his way home he was 
drowned. 

— Notes on a Journey through France, from Dieppe through 

Paris and Lyons, to the Pyrenness, and back through 
Toulouse, in July, August and September, 181-4, describing 
the habits of the People, and the agriculture of the country. 
London : Printed and sold by U illiam Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street. Sold also by J. and A. Arch, 
Cornhill 8vo. 1S14. 7| 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition : with an Appendix. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street ; sold also by J. and A. Arch, 
Cornhill, and by J. JLarding, 3(5, St. James' s-street. 8vo. 1815. 9 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition, with the Appendix. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street, etc. . . ... ... 8vo. 1815. 9 

Reprinted. — The 4th edition, with the Appendix. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street, Sfc, Sfc. ... ... 8vo. 1815. 

Note. — The Appendix has a distinct pagination, and is printed so as 
to be had separately. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1815. 1| 

— Letters from Illinois. ... Philadelphia, Printed. 12mo. 1818. 

Reprinted.— The 2nd edition , 1818. 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition. 

London : Printed for Taylor and Hessey, 93, Fleet-street. 

8vo. 1818. 81 

— Notes on a Journev in America, from the Coast of Virginia to 
the Territory of Illinois, with proposals for the Establishment 
of a Colony of English. By Morris Birkbeck, Author of 
" Notes on a Tour in Prance." (With a Map.) 

Philadelphia : Published by Caleb Richardson, No. 8, 

North Third-street. J. R. A. Skerrett, Printer. 12mo. 1817. 8 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 
Reprinted. — The 3rd edition. 

London : Printed by Severn and Co., 1, Skinner-street, 
Bishopsgate : for James Ridgway, Piccadilly ; and to be 

had of all other Booksellers Svo. 1818. 10^ 

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276 A CATALOGUE OF B I R 1 

*BIKKBECK, Morris, Jun.,— continued. 
Reprinted. — The 4th edition. 

London : Printed by Severn and Co., \, Skinner-street, 
Bishopsgate : for James Ridgway, Piccadilly ; and to be 
had of all other Booksellers. ... ... ... 8vo. 1818. 9| 

Reprinted. — The 5th edition. 

London : Printed by Severn and Co., 1, Skinner-street, 
Bishopsgate : for James Ridgway, Piccadilly ; and to be 
had of all other Booksellers. ... ... ... 8vo. 1819. 9J ' 

Extracts from a supplementary letter from the Illinois ; an 

Address to British Emigrants ; and a Reply to the remarks 
of William Cobbett, Esq. By Morris Birkbeck. 

London : Printed for James Ridgway, Piccadilly. 8vo. 1819. 2^ ' 

An address to the Farmers of Great Britain ; with an essay 

on the Prairies of the Western Country : By Morris 
Birkbeck : to which is annexed — The Constitution of the 
State of Illinois. 

London : Printed for James Ridgway, Piccadilly. 8vo. 1822. 3 \ - 

Note. — The following only relate to Morris BirJcbeck. 

Sketches in America, with remarks on Mr. Birkbeck's " Notes 

and Letters," etc. By H. B. Eearon 8vo. 1818. 

and 8vo. 1819. 

Letters from the Illinois — with a Letter from M. B. etc. By 

R. Flower 8vo. 1822. 

■ Memorable Days in America — including accounts of Mr. B.'s ' 

Settlement in *the Illinois. By W. Eaux 8vo. 1823. 

BIRKETT, Mary, of Dublin. 

A Poem on the African Slave Trade, addressed to her own 

sex. By M. Birkett. (1st Part.) 

Lublin : Printed by W. Corbet, for J. Jones, JVo. Ill, 

Grafton-street. .. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1792. 1 

2nd edition. ... : 8vo. 1792. 

The same, Part 2. 

Dublin : Printed by J. Jones, JVo. Ill, Grafton-street. 8vo. 1792. 2 

A Poem on the African Slave-Trade. Addressed to her own 

Sex, by M. Birkett. 

" Disguise thyself as thou wilt, still, slavery, 
Still thou art a Bitter Cup." — Sterne. 

The Second edition. 
Dublin: Printed by J. Jones, No. HI, Grafton-street 8vo. 1792. 
J Note. — This is a copy of the Title of the 2nd Edition of the 1st Part 
only. The sheets include a half-title and the publisher's list of 
books of one page at the end. 

Lines to the Memory of our late endeared and justly valued 

Eriend, Joseph Williams. [Anon.] 

Dublin : Printed by R. Napper, 29, Capel-street. 8vo. 1807. 



• i s friends' books. 277 

IRKHEAD, Christopher, of Bristol. 

— De Herborginge eens Vreemdelinghs in Zeelandt. Het 

welcke ecu waeraehtige verklaringe is van de wreede hande- 
linge tegens Ciiuistopiier Birkhead. — The Entertainment 
of a Stranger in Zeeland. Being a True Eelation of the 
cruel Treatment of Christopher Birkhead ; wherein is shewn 
the manner of his Imprisonment, Examination, and Answer. 

4to. Gedruckt in I laer ons Heeren. IG57. 3 
ISHOP, Benjamin, of Strood, Kent, a Minister. He was blind 
many years. 

— Serious considerations addressed to those who profess a Chris- 

tian desire for the promotion of sobriety, — dated, Strood, 

10 mo. Uth, 1841. ... 8vo. 1841. £ 

Reprinted in "The Irish Friend," Vol. 5, page 11. 

— - An Affectionate Invitation to take heed to the instructions of 

the Spirit of God. 

Richard Barrett, Printer, Marl- Lane, London. 8vo. [about 1846?] \ 

— Memoir of Benjamin Bishop with extracts from his letters. 

[Edited by Rachel Rick man.] 

London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without, 

E. C. Gloucester: John Bellows, Steam Press. 8vo. 1865. 6 
He died the 30th of 5th month, 1855, iu the 74th year of his age. 

[SHOP, George, of Bristol, before joining Friends was a Captain 
in the Army, and lie is believed to have been the writer of 
several letters to Oliver Cromwell and others, from " January 
1650, to July 165 L," which are inserted and published in 1743 
in " Original Letters and Papers of State, found among the 
political collections of John Milton. See Johx Nicholls. 
His other writings in vindication of Eriends and their Principles 
are as follows : — 

— Jesus Christ The same to-day, as yesterday, in Life and Power, 

in Afflictions and Sufferings, &c. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black-Spread- 
Eagle at the West End of Pauls. ... ... 4to. 1655. 4 

— (and others.) — The Cry of Blood, and Herod, Pontius Pilate 

and the Jewes reconciled, and in conspiracy with the Dragon, 
to devour the Man- child, '&c. — 1655. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black-Spread- 
Eagle at the West-End of Pauls 4to. 1656. 21 

See Sufferings. 

— The Throne of Truth Exalted over the Powers of Darkness. 

Erom whence is judged The Mouth of Balph Farmer, (an 
Unclean and Blood-thirsty Priest of Bristol,) in answer to 
" Satan enthroned in His Chair of Pestilence," &c. 

London. Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to he sold at his 
shop at the Black- Spread- Eagle, neer the West End of 
Pauls. 4to. 1657. 15 



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278 A CATALOGUE OF BIS 

BISHOP, George, — continued. 

A Rejoinder consisting of TWO PARTS, The First entituled, 

The Baliance, or, a Vindication of The Proceedings and 
Judgement of Parliament and their Ministers In the cases of 
( Wiixiam (called Lord) Ceate.v, i From ScandaloU3 

( Christopher Lote, ) 

Allegations, and Ironical Reflections of Ralph Farmer (a 
pretender Minister of the Gospel at Bristol) in a late infa- 
mous Libel of his, named, The Impostor Dethroned, &c. The 
Second Evil scattered from the Throne, and the Wheel 
brought over the Wicked : in an Examination of that part 
of the Impostor Dethroned, as is in way of Reply to the 
Throne of Truth exalted, &c. George Bishop. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and Jlouth 

neer Alder sg ate. ... ... ... ... 4to. 1658. 23^ 

■ Mene Tekel, or, The Council of Officers of the Army, Against 

The Declarations, &c. of the Army. Wherein is flatly proved 
by the express words of the Armies Declarations, that the 
Sixth Article of the (May 12, 1659) late Address of the said 
Council of Officers to the Parliament, point-blank changeth 
the Cause of Liberty of Conscience, from the Good Old One, 
to a Bad New One ; from that which atflrst, and all along the 
Army engaged in, and for, and Declared to that which they 
engaged against. Moreover, that the Imposition therein is 
agreeable neither to the Armies solemn Declarations and 
Engagements, nor to Liberty of Conscience, nor to the Scrip- 
tures of Truth, but is contrary to them all. Directed, To the 
said Council of Officers, for their Convincement. And Pub- 
lished for the Information of all who are concern' d in the 
Cause of Liberty. Geo. Bishop. 

London, Printed, and are to be sold by Tho. Brewster, at the 

Three Bibles, by Pauls 4to. 1659. 6 



The Warnings of the LOED To the Men of this Generation, 

particularly To those in Power, who are lately passed away, &c. 

London, Printed by 31 Inman, and are to be sold at the 

Three Bibles in Paul's Church Yard, and by Richard 

Moon, Bookseller, in Wine Street* in Bristol. 4to. 1660. 






> /\ ■ A Tender Visitation of Love, to both the Universities, 

OXFORD and CAMBRIDGE, and To the Inns of Court 
and Chancery. Even to the Seed of God in you All, for you to 
mind, and consider ere it be too late. Prom the movings of the 
Lord, in your Friend, George Bishoo. 

London: Printed for Robert Wilson, and are to be sold at 
his s/wp at the Black-Spread-Eagle and Windmill, in 
Marti ns-Le- Grand, and also by Richard Moon, Bookseller 
in Wine Street in Bristol 4to. 1660. 2 J 



3 i s friends' books. 279 

BISHOP, George, — continued. 

- To Thee, Charls Stuart, KING of England, Am I moved of 
the Lord to Write ; and to Thee it is the visitation of his love, 
through him whose travel hath been for Thee, &c. — Part 
J. P.'s headed C. S. K, 4to. No Printer s name, place, or date. 1 

^[Reprinted with his name in full. — Bristol, the 27th of the 4th 
mo. 1G60 4to. 1660. 1 

- A Few words in season : or, a Warning from the Lord to 
Friends of Truth, that They take heed of Security, because of 
the Present calme on the One hand, and of Fearing, because 
of the Fury of the Oppressor that may arise on the other, &c. 

London, Printed for Bob. Wilson, at the Signe of the Black- 
Spread-Eagle and Windemill, in Martins- Le- Grand. 

4to. 1660. \ 

- NEW ENGLAND JUDGED, Not bv Man's, but by the 
Spirit of the Lord, and The SUMME sealed up of NEW 
ENGLAND'S Persecutions, Being A Brief Relation of the 
Sufferings of the People, called Quakers, in those parts of 
AMERICA, Ac. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, in Martins-Le-Grand. 

4to. 1661. 22 
See Sufferings. 

- A Pew Words to the King, and both Houses of Parliament, 
and the Rulers and People of z ese Nations, as a Warning 
from the Lord.— (Bristol, 11th day, 4th month, 1661.) 4to. 1661. J 

This is added at the end of "New England Judged," kc, 1st part, 
and forms pages 175-76. 

- An Epistle of Love to All the Saints scattered in these Nations 
of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and the Dominions there- 
unto appertaining. Exhorting them all to stand fast in the 
Day of Tryal, that now is come to try all the Inhabitants 
of the Earthy and them (chiefly) and in particular. Written 
from the Spirit of the Lord in Geo. Bishope, that all may 
be warned, and all may be left without excuse. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson. ... ... 4to. 1661. 3^ 

- The Burden of Babylon, and the Triumph of Sion, as it was 
seen in the Valley of Vision. By GEORGE BISHOPE. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson. ... ... 4to. 1661. 1 

-A Book of Warnings, or, the Visitation of the Lord's 
Love, To the King and his Parliament, The Nobility and 
Gentry, The Archbishops and Bishops, &c, The Presbytery, 
The Independents and Baptists, the People of these Nations, 
Thorough Hi* Servant GEORGE BISHOPE. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, and are to be sold at 
the Black Spread Eagle and Wind-Mill in Martin's Le- 
Grand 4to. 1661. 4 



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BISHOP, George, — continued. 

A Salutation of Love to the Seed of God in The People, 

called Independent,?, and Baptists, Monarchy-men and 
Seekers : even The Tender Bowels of the Lord to them all, 
through George Bishope. 

London, Printed for Bobert Wilson*. 4to. 1661. 1 

Yet one "Warning more ; or, the Tender of the Lord's Love 

to the Lawyers, Judges, and Rulers, of these Nations. By 
GEORGE BISHOPE. 
London, Printed for Robert Wilson, at tlie Black-Spread- 
Eagle, and Windmill, in Martins Le Grand. ... 4to. 1661. 1 

The Stumbling-stone and Bock of Offence, as it hath been in 

all Ages, both to Jew and Gentile, Christ Jesus, the Power 
of God, and the Wisdom of God: opened to the Under- 
standing of the simple, in the Answers to these Questions ; 
viz., What Christ Jesus is ? What the Stumbling-stone and 
Rock of Offence? How he hath been (and is) the Rock of 
Offence, and Stone of Stumbling in all Ages ? Wherefore it 
hath been (and is so) in all Ages ? Or the Reason of the 
Thing. What's the end of the Lord in all, or his Eesigne 
therein ? By George Bishope. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson. ... ... 4to. 1662. 6 

— — The Last TRUMP, or One Warning more get to the People 
of these Nations. Particularly England, Scotland, Ireland, 
and the Dominions of them, from the Mouth of the Lord ; 
for them to Repent, and turn speedily unto Him, ere that it 

be too late, As it is written in the Movings of the Lord, 

through His Servant, Geo. Bishop. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1662. 2 

/ An Illumination to Open the Eyes of the Papists, (so 

called) and of All other Sects ; and to give them to see that 
whilst they would have Liberty of Conscience Themselves, and 
yet deny the same Liberty to others which themselves would 
have, they are not for, but against Liberty of Conscience. 
By George Bishope. ... 4to, London, printed, — 1661 6 

Reprinted? 4to. 1662 6 

■ A Treatise concerning The Resurrection : AVritten To 

V Friends of Truth, and All Others who stumble at Them, 

about the Body of the Lord Jesus that died at Jerusalem : 
In Answer to a Question oft-times put to Friends of Truth, 
particularly by the Governors of Xew-England, viz. Whether 
do ye believe that Christ Jesus in the same Body (or that 
Body) Flesh, Blood, and Bones that died at Jerusalem, now 
sitteth at the Right Hand of God in the Heavens ? Where- 
unto is added a Short Discourse concerning the Resurrection 






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j I s friends' books. 281 

LSHOP, George, — continued. 

of the Body, and -what is after this Life. By the Bevelation 
of God, and at his Movings in George Bishope. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1GG2. 8 

To the King and his Both Houses of Parliament. This is 

the Word of the Lord. 

" Ye stand in a slippery place." 

Folio. Bristol, 14th 12th month, 1662. £ 

- A Little Treatise concerning Things Indifferent, in relation 
unto Worship ; directed to the King and his Council, and 
all others who are concerned &c. By one that loves the 
Truth, and Peace, George Bishope. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1663. 2} 

— A Treatise concerning Election and Beprobation, and the 
things appertaining thereunto, Am I moved of the Lord, to 
write for the satisfaction of all who desire to know the 
Truth, as it is in Jesus, and the Confusion of that abominable 
Principle, viz. That God hath Reprobated some Men from all 
Eternity, and therefore it is that they cannot be otherwise. 
Written in the fear, and at the Movings of the Lord, by his 
servant Geo. Bishop. Small 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1663. 12^ 

Note. — At the end of this book it says, " Printed in the beginning of 
the Second Moneth, 1664.'' 

Two Treatises ; the one, Of Eternal Judgment ; or the 

Great Bay of God ; The other, the Man of Sin, or The Son 
of Perdition ; or that Wicked Eevealed. By George Bishope. 

London, Printed for B. Wilson Small 8vo. 1663. 10J 

— A Little Treatise concerning Sueeerings. — Unto which is 

annexed, a little Treatise concerning Glory. — written in the 
Spirit of Love, and Bowels of Meeknesse, by GEOBGE 
BJSHOPE. 

Small 8vo. London : Printed in the Year, 1664. 8 

— ^[To the King, And both Houses of Parliament. — " Thus saith 
the Lord, Meddle not with my People, <fcc." — Bristol, the 
25th of the 9th Month, 1664. *With a Postscript bv W. W. 

Broadside, [1664.] £ 

^[Eeprinted at the end of Eichard Crane's " God's holy name 
magnified, &c." ... ... ... ... ... 4to. 1665. \ 

Eeprinted in " Sewel's History of Friends." (Without the 
P.S.) 

— A Vindication of the Principles and Practises of the People 

called Quakers ; Erom the false Aspersions, of being, Mon- 
strous in their Opinions as to Eeligion : Denyers of the Old, 
and New Testaments. Inconsistent with, and contrary to 



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BISHOP, George, — continued. 

Government. Useless to the King and Country. Such, as 
for whose Protection the Magistrate is no way obliged to 
take care. Injurers of Common Justice between Party, 
and Party. Unfit for the Societies of Men, and Publique 
Conversation. In answer to a Paper superscribed — To 
George Bishop of Bristol, and to the Eest of that Party 
commonly called Quakers. By George Bishop. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1665. 9^ 

A Manifesto, Declaring what George Bishope hath been to 

the City of Bristoll, and the particular Persons now in 
Authority therein, and what Hee hath received from Them 
in Becompence, Occasioued by the Late Sentence of Banish- 
ment Pronounced upon Him by Them, 16th 7th Mon. 1665 
and other useages for his Conscience to God. By GEORGE 

BISHOPE 4to. Printed in the Year, 1665. 3$ 

/ The Warnings of the Lord to the King of England and his 

Parliament, as they were Wrote, and Sent, By his Servant, 
George Bishope. Bristol, the 23rd of the 2nd mo. 1665. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1667. 2\ 

V The Dominion" of the Seed of God Throughout all Genera- 

» tions : or, the heighth, and breadth, and length, and depth of 

the Love of God, which passeth Knowledge, in the sending of 
his Son, Christ Jesus into the World, that whosoever 
believeth in Him, should not perish, but have life everlasting. 
By Geo. Bishope. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1667. 
Written at Bristol, the 13th of the 11th month, 1666. 

NEW ENGLAND Judged. The SECOND Part, Being, a 

Relation of the cruel and bloody Sufferings of the People 
called QUAKERS, in the Jurisdiction chiefly of the Massa- 
chusetts ; Beginning with the Sufferings of William Ledra, 
whom they murthered, and hung upon a Tree at Boston, the 
14th of the 1st month, 166^. etc. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1667. 18^ 
See Sufferings. 

A Looking- Glass for the TIMES. Being a Tract concerning 

the Original and Bise of Truth, and the Original and Rise of 
Antichrist. Shewing by pregnant instances of Scripture, 
History, and other writings, That the Principles and Prac- 
tices of the People called Quakers, in this day, and their 
Sufferings, are the same as were the Principles and Practices 
of Christ and his Apostles, and their sufferings in that, and 
of the Holy Men of God since, and the Martyrs of Jesus, 
who have Prophesied in Sackcloth : And that the Apostacy 
hath held all other Professions since the dayes of the 



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JISHOP, George, — continued. 

Apostles. In a constant series out of the Ecclesiastical 
History, by way of Chronology, for near the first 600 years, 
and other Fathers (so accounted) and learned Men both of 
the former Day, and This. That Men may once see, and be 
advised in the words of the Principles of their own Profes- 
sions, and of others whom they esteem. That the Truth 
held aud practised by the People called Quakers, is no other 
than what themselves, or such as they approve of have held 
forth in Word, or have practised. By George Bishope. 

Polio. London, Printed in the Year, 1668. 61 

New England Judged by the Spirit of the Lord, in 2 Parts : 

First, Containing a Brief Relation of the Sufferings of the 
People called Quakers in New England, from the Time of 
their first arrival there, in the year 1656, to the year 1660. 
Wherein their Merciless Whippings, Chainings, Pinings, 
Imprisonings, Starvings, Burning in the hand, Cutting off 
ears, and Putting to Death, with divers other Cruelties, 
inflicted upon the Bodies of Innocent Men and Women only 
for Conscience' sake are briefly described. Second Part, 
Being a farther Relation of the Cruel and Bloody Sufferings 
of the People called Quakers in New England, Continued 
from anno 1660 to anno 1665, Beginning with the Sufferings 
of William Leddra, whom they put Death. Formerly Pub- 
lished by George J3tsl)op, (in 1661 and 16(37), and now some- 
what Abbreviated, with an Appendix, containing the writings 
of several of the sufferers ; with some Notes, shewing the 
Accomplishment of their Prophecies, and a Postscript of the 
Judgments of God that have befallen divers of their Perse- 
cutors. Also, an Answer to Cotton Mather's Abuses of the 
said People, in his late History of New England. 

London : Printed and sold bg T. Sowle, in White Hart 

Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1703. 46 

He died at Bristol, the 7th of the 9th month, 1668. 

BISHOP, John, of Wortham, in Suffolk. 

— The Suffering Case of John Bishop truly stated and Com- 
mitted to the Judgment of all Sober Moderate-Minded 
People, to whom this shall come to consider of. By Bichaed 
Bichabdson. Broadside. 1689. 1 

BISPHAM, Margaret, of Mount Holly, New Jersey. 

— Instructions to her Daughters. In Comly's "Miscellany." 
Vol. 7 Philadelphia, 1835. 

|BLACKBEAED, Isaac, of Whithj, Yorkshire.— Query, whether 
a Friend ? He is supposed to have been a reader of Jacob 
Bellmen's Works. Perhaps a simple, well-meaning individual, 
though under the name of a Quaker. 

— Man's Own Book of Three leaves, by Isaac Blackbeard. 
Whitby : Printed by C. Webster on the Crag.... 8vo. 1783. 1 



284 A CATALOGUE OF 



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V* 



B. (S.), Sarah Blackberry. 

The Oppressed Prisoners Complaint of their great Oppressions. 

Broadside. 1682. ] 

-A Testimony concerning Bichd.Hubberthorn, beginning, "Dear 

Friends, Richd. Hub berth orn's Love was very great to all 
the Flock of God, &c, London, the 6th mo. 1662.— See 
" Kich. Hubbertborne's "Works." 4to. 1663. 

■ A short advertisement, prefixed to the 1st edition of Jas. Nay- 

ler's "How Sin is strengthened and How it is overcome." 

4to. 1657. 

BLACKBOROW, Sarah, of London. Query, the same as " Sarah 
Blackberry?" 

A Visit to the SPIRIT in Prison ; and An Invitation to all 

people to come to Christ the light of the World, in whom is 
life, and doth enlighten every one that cometh into the "World. 
And A Warning to all People to take heed how they joine 
any longer with that which turns them from him. By Saraah 
Blackborow. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at tlie Lull and 
Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1658. 

■ Here is held forth the Gift and Good- Will of God to the 

World, and how it is tendered. [Sarah Blackborow.'] 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 

• The Just and Equal Ballance discovered: with a true measure 

whereby the Inhabitants of Sion doth fathom and compasse 
all false Worships and their Ground. Freely sent forth in 
the love which thirsts after the salvation of all people, &c. 
Sarah Blackborow. 

4to. London : Printed for M. W. in the Yeare, 1660. 

BLACKLET, James, of Cambridge, a Justice of Peace. 

and others. — A Lying Wonder Discovered and The Strange 

and Terrible Newes from CAMBRIDGE proved false. 
Which false News is published in a Libel, Concerning a 
wicked Slauder cast upon a Quaker, but the Authour of the 
said Libel was ashamed to subscribe his name to it. Also 
This contains an answer to John Bunion's Paper touching 
the said imagined witchcraft, which he hath given forth to 
your wonderment (as he saith) but it is also proved a Lye 
and a slander by many credible witnesses hereafter men- 
tioned. — (at the end) dated, Cambridge, the 8th of the 6th 
month, called August, 1659, and signed by James Blackley, 
Alderman, John Smith, Sen., Robert Letchworth, George 
Whitehead, and John Harwood. 

London : Printed for Thos. Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, near Aldersgate ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 



L a friends' books. 285 

LAKET, William, of America. 

— Letter to Samuel and Mary Pleasants, Philadelphia. Also a 
Letter to his Brother. In " Comly's Miscellany," Vol. 7. 

Philadelphia, pd. 1835. 

LAND, iliehard, of London. 

- and others. — To the Bishops and Clergy of <£nglantt antt 
©ulalcS, The state of the. cruel Persecution, Imprisonment 
(many to Death) and spoil of Goods, inflicted upon the People 
called QUAKEKS. Polio. No printers name or place. [1685.] 1 

This is signed by Thomas Robertson, Richard Bland, John Bowater, 
and William Ingram. 
See the title more full under T. R.'s name and " Sufferings." 

LAND, Thomas, of Norwich, an Elder, was an occasional Contri- 
butor to the Gentleman' s Magazine. Some of his signatures 
are, " A Eriend to accuracy." 

He died at Norwich, the 28th of 8th month, 1818, aged about 79 
years. 

BLANDEORD, Susanna— See S. B. 

JLAUGDONE, Barbara, of Bristol. 

An Account of the Travels, Sufferings and Persecutions of 

Barbara Blaugdone. Given forth as a Testimony to the 
Lord's Power and for the Encouragement of Friends. 

Printed, and sold by T. S., at the Crooked Billet, in Holywell 

Lane, Shoreditch Small 8vo. 1691. 2 

She died of age in the Parish of St. John Zachary (so called), in the 
City of London, the 25th of the 9th mo., 1704, aged 95 years. 

3LAYKLING, John, vi Draw ell, in the Parish of Sedberg, in York- 
shire, was born in the 9th month, 1625, was a faithful and 
deep sufferer on various occasions, in his goods and by im- 
prisonment ; and a faithful Minister of the Gospel of Christ 
for about 50 years. In this service he travelled through 
Scotland and most of the Counties of JEngland and Wales, 
and was many times in London. 

At his house was held the memorable meeting in which 
endeavours were used for the recovery of John Story, John" 
"Wilkinson, and others, who had set themselves to oppose 
the good order and discipline of the Society, as then estab- 
lished. The meeting began on the 3rd of the 2nd Month, 
1676, and continued its sittings 4 days. He also employed 
his pen in the service of Truth, in conjunction with others, 
in writing an answer to William Rogers. Their work is 
entitled, 

Antichristian Treachery Discovered, and Jft'g OTat) Jslorit'"*? 

up, In a clear Distinction betwixt the Christian Apostolical 
Spirit, and the Spirit of the Antichristian Apostate : Being 
an Answer to a Book put forth by William Rogers, falsly 



286 A CATALOGUE OF BLI 

BLAYKLING, John,— continued. 

called The Christian Quaker Distinguished from the Apostate 
and Innovator. JHjflmncj, the backsliding State of him the 
said William Rogers (and them of party with him) from the 
Gospel Spirit, the Life of Truth, and the first Love : wherein 
he together with John Story and John Wilkinson (as prin- 
cipally concerned in an Apostate work) have set themselves 
in opposition to Evangelical Church-care, and have asperced 
and abusively slandered the Instruments which God hath 
made use of touching the same. h\ €i)vtt iPartS. 

Folio. No printer's name or place, [about 1686.] 55 

%* This work is divided into 3 parts, each having a separate Title 
page,— The 1st Part is signed by IloSfpI) 23a:ns, Sioljn ^Carson, 
J>ohn Blapkltng. The 2nd Part, by ©nomas parson, 3obn 
parson, IRobm ©ompson, Robert 13airotn, SSrtan Lancaster, 
Soscpb IBatncS, and Sofrn 13lapkltng, on behalf of themselves and 
many other Brethren of the Qaai'terly Meeting in Westmorland. 
The 3rd Part, by 3obn ^carson, Sofcn ISIarjfelmg, 3Soscpb 13ains, 
Robert ^arrofco. The Preface is signed by, 3obn ^carson, 
Robert ISarrofo, HJrtan ICancaster, Sosrpft 13ains, Sofon 33lagk- 
Itng. And the Postscript by 3obn ISIaoUing. 

Letter to Stephen Crisp, dated, Darwell, 14th of 1st month, 

(about 1662). See Collectitia, page 46 8vo. 1824. 

Letter to Stephen Crisp, — dated, London, 3rd of 6th mo., 

1676. Signed J. B. (supposed by him.) In Collectitia, 
page 168 8vo. 1824. 

He died, and was buried at Friends' burying-place at Sedberg, the 4th 
of the 5th Month, 1705, near 80 years of age. 

BLECKLT, John, of York. 

A Selection from The Epistles of the Apostle Paul, in Testi- 
mony of the Divinity of Christ, with illustrations from the 
Four Evangelists ; and remarks by the author. 

York : Printed for John Bleckly, by W. Blanchard. 

8vo. 1822. 6 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. — York : Printed for the Author, 
by W. Blanchard, and sold by F. C. and J. Rivington, and J. 
Hatchard and Son, Booksellers, London ; W. Alexander and 
Son, and A. Barclay, York 8vo. 1823. 7J 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition. — York : Printed for the Author, 
by W. Blanchard, and sold by F. C. and J. Rivington, and J. 
Ilatchard and Son, Booksellers, London ; W. Alexander and 
Son, and A. Barclay, York. ... ... ... 8vo. 1825. 10 

— — The Gospel doctrine of the Trinity ; Efye gure dftmnTJatton of 
CJjrtettamtD. By John Bleckly. 

York : Printed by John Hill 8vo. 1842. 1£ 

Universal Catechism. l8mo. 1842. 15 pages. 

He died the 28th of 2nd month, 1851, aged 80 years. 



C FRIENDS* BOOKS. 287 

LENNINGr, Abigail.— See Tract No. 64 of the series published by 
the London Tract Association. 

OATE, Gershon, of Borrisleagh, afterwards of Montrath ? in 
Ireland. John Fothergill mentions him as "of Dunmoor.^ 
See his Journal, page 223. 

— A Father's Advice to his CHILD ; or, the MAIDEN'S best 
Adorning ; Being a Directory jor Youth, Setting forth the 
greatest Beauty by a Holy Conversation. (In verse.) In- 
serted in Wm. Caton's "Abridgment of Eusebius," the 2nd 
edition 8vo. 1G98. \ 

Reprinted, in a small volume, entitled, " Miscellanies, in Prose 
and verse, &c," edited by J. T. [aylor.] 

Reprinted, in a 2nd edition of the same work. 

16mo. Dublin, 1725. 

Reprinted, separately. — London : Printed and sold by Mary 
Hinde, at No. 2, in George-yard, Lombard-street. 

Broadside-Eolio. 1773. \ 

He died in the year 1 704, in the 56th yeai- of his age. 

OCKETT, John, of London. 

— %A Diurnal Speculum, containing 1. A plain and easie Method 
to find out those things that are most useful to be known 
Yearly: and may serve as An Almanack for Thirty Years; 
and many other things suitable to the Matter, &c. — 2. An 
Explanation of Weights, Money, and Measures, both scrip- 
tural and usual, with sundry Tables depending thereon, &c. 
— 3. Some Remarks on England; or a Brief account of 
every county, with the Names, and Days of the Markets, 
and the Chief Commodities therein, &c. The whole con- 
sisting of Great variety, explained by divers Examples, the 
like in all particulars not extant ; as by the Contents does 
more at large appear. Collected by J. B. 

Amos. 5. 8. — Seek him that maJceth the Seven Stars, and Orion ; — that 
calleth for the Waters of the Sea and poureth them out upon the face 
of the Earth ; the Lord is his Name. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street ; and also sold by J. Peacock, 
at the George in Great East-cheap ... ... 12mo. 1696. 13| 

— The Poor Mechaniclcs Plea, against the 3fttrf) Clergy'^ Oppres- 
sion : shewing Tithes are no Gospel-Ministers Maintenance : 
In a brief and Plain Method, how that Tithes, (as now paid) 
are both Inconsistent with the Dispensation of the Law, and 
Dispensation of the Gospel. Also how they were brought 
into the Cnurch many Hundred Tears after Christ, and tes- 



288 A CATALOGUE OF B < 

BOCKETT, John,— continued. 

tified against by several ancient Christians and Martyrs. 
With several sober Reasons against the Payment thereof. 
By J. B. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 

Court in Gracious Street. ... ... Small 8vo. 1699. 3 

^[Reprinted. — London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White 
Hart Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... Small 8vo. 1700. 3 

Reprinted. — By Sammells and Ritchie, No. 11, Albion Buildings, 

Bartholomew Close. 12mo. 1787. 1 

Eeprinted. — By M. Ritchie, No. 23, Middle Street, Cloth Fair. 

12mo, 1797. 1 

A Short Warning, or Beproof, to all Desperate and Prophane 

Swearers, Cursers, Damners, &c. (Signed " ^fyilantus'.") 
London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... Folio. 1702. 

The Drunkard's Looking-Glass ; or, a Short Yiew of their 

Present Shame and Future Misery. $3ublt£l)ctJ in Love to 
those Concerned ; and Recommended to them as a Tender 
Caution* to avoid the same excess. (Signed J. B.) 

London : Printed and sold by J. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street, ichere these Papers may be had 
at 2s. a Hundred, by any that are ivilling to spread them 
for a Public Good ; and also given single Gratis at the 
same Place. ... ... ... ... Folio. No date. 

Eeprinted Folio. 1703. 

Eeprinted. — London, Printed and sold by J. Sowle, in White- 
Hart Court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... Folio. 1711. 

Eeprinted. — London : Printed by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 
the Bible, in George-yard^ Lumbard- street. . . . Folio. 1730. 

Eeprinted. — Often. 

/■ . Pride Exposed, and Opposed ; or, the Root, Branches, and Fruit 

thereof, Briefly discovered, and the Pernicious Effects attend- 
ing the same, Laid open, in divers Scriptural Instances and 
Examples. Also, The Blessed Effects and Benefits that 
accompany the vertue of Humility, with several Considerations 
and Motives tending to incline the Mind (through the Lord's 
Help) to embrace the same. By J. B. Author of The 
Drunkard's Looking-Glass, &c. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Sotvle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1710. 



; o C friends' books. 289 

iOCKETT, John,— continued. 

— GENTILE Stbtmtu and fHmaltti) demonstrated, in A Brief 

Collection of Sayings, Precepts, Counsels, Sentences and 
Exhortations of several eminent Gentile Philosophers, 
Princes, Orators, &c. With a short account of their Lives. 
By John Bockett. Whereunto is added, An Apology for 
this Book, and those People, who neither in former Ages had, 
nor at this Day have the Holy Scriptures afforded them. By 
Richard Claridge. 

London : Printed and sold hy Philip Givillim, in Austin - 

Fryars, near the Royal Exchange. ... ... 12mo. 1712. 11J 

Eeprinted. — Called, A new edition. 

London: Printed for Wm. Owen, near Temple-Bar ; and 

C. and E. Lilly, in the Poultry. ... Small 8vo. 1767. 18 

— A 53acM)ttn-'si Cmicrue Destructive to Beligion. Demon- 
strating, 1. The Persons. 2. The Unlawfulness, and 3. 
The Evil Effects of JSacfcbtttncj, Calcbcartng, £?lanttmng, 
OTfjt'Spmng, &c. And for the most proper Bemedy against 
these Evils, Charity is charitably Becommended. By John 
Bockett. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, in 

White- Hart-court, in Gracious-street. Small 12mo. 1714. 2 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

Bristol: Printed for Sam. Farley. ... 12mo. [about 1746 ?J 1 

Eeprinted again, also called, The 2nd edition. 
Bristol : Printed by S. Bonner, in Castle-st. 

12mo. [about 1746?] 1 

He died the 17th of 10th month, 1715. in Blshopsyate without, Parish 
of St. Botolph (so called) London, aged 57 years. 

BOCKETT, Elias (his Son) of George-yard, Lombard- street, 
London. A Distiller. 

Note. — All the publications of Elias Bocket, except where the name 
is given in the Title-page, are A.NOHTHOUS. 

- Aminadab's Courtship : or, The Quaker's Wedding. A Poem. 
Being an Impartial Account of their way of Courting, 
Method of Marrying, &c. Dedicated to the Members of the 
Young Friends' Quarterly Meeting, held at Bull and Mouth, 
London. "Written by a Friend. (Curious Frontispiece of a 
Wedding). 

London : Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in 

Warwick Lane. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1717. 2\ 

- A Character [of William Gibson] (in verse.) 

Svo. Printed in the Year, 1717. 1 

- A Character Defended, (in verse). 

Svo. Printed in the Year, 1717. 1 

U 



290 A CATALOGUE OF B ( 

♦BOCKETT, mas,— continued. 

A Return to the Author of a Letter to the Author of a 

Character. (Inverse). ... 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1717. 1 

The Author of a Character, &c. to the Author of a Letter, 

Dated, Enfield, Feb. 18, 1717. (in verse). 

8vo. Printed in the Year, 1717. 1- 

The two following letters were written by William Gibson in reply to 
the above by Elias Bocket : — 

A Letter to the Author of a Character. 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold only by G. Rogers, 
Stationer, just icithin Bishopsgate ... ... 8vo. 1717. | 

A Second Letter from a Friend in the Country, to his Friend 

in London. ... 8vo. Lond.on, Printed in the Tear, 1717. 1 

ARGUMENTS for exposing FALSE TEACHERS, in- 
cluding An Answer to the Second Letter, Dated from 
Enfield. — By the Author of a Character. {Prose.) 

8vo. London : Printed in the Year, 171S. 2 

The Counter- Plot, and £omctf)mg <£isc. A LETTER to 

Philaret. By Elias Bocket. 

/ wear my Pen as others do a su-ord. — Old. 

8vo. London : Printed for the Author, 1718. 2 

Xote. — This pamphlet contains " The Testimony of disownment of 
Devonshire House Monthly Meeting, dated 1st of the 11th month, 
1717," against him. See page 15. 

The Yea and Nay Stock-jobbers, or the 'Change- Alley 

Quakers Anatomiz'd. In a Burlesque Epistle to a Friend 
at Sea. [Signed Damox.] 

London : Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford Arms in 
Warwick-Lane, A. Dodd at the Peacock without Temple- 
Bar, and J. Billingsly under the Royal Exchange. 

8vo. 1720. 2 
Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed for J. Roherts near the Oxford Arms in 
Warwick- Lane, A. Dodd at the Peacock without Temple- 
Bar, and J. Billingsly under the Royal Exchange. 

8vo. 1720. 2 

All the Wonders of the "World out- Wonder' d : in the Amazing 

and Incredible Prophecies of Ferdinando-Albumazarides. 
Discovering such sudden and unexpected Contingencies, 
Vicissitudes, and Revolutions in Nature, Religion, and Poli- 
ticks, that they surpass, beyond Comparison, all the Predic- 
tions that ever were, or ever vrill be made by the greatest 
Astrologer, the profoundest Magician, the most exquisite, 
second-sighted Laplander or Highlander, or even D ungate 
Campbell himself, tho' he's a composition of both. 

London: Printed for J. Smith near Fleet-street, and sold 

by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. 8vo. 1722. 2 



c friends' books. 291 

BOCKETT, Elias,— continued. 

— The Eontion ^ItrgD'^ Petition against the Quaker's Affirma- 
tion, answer' d, Paragraph by Paragraph. 

8vo. Printed in the Year, 1722. 2 

— The same, — another edition. ... ... 8vo. London, No date. 4^ 

— A Poem to the Memory of &qmla %$£t, who dy'd at Phila- 
delphia, August the 22nd, 1723. JEtat. 28. . By Elias 
Bockett. [The half-title is, " Verses on the Death of 
Aquila Eose."] 

8vo. London: Printed for the Author, 172|. J 

- A Determination of the Case of Mr. Thomas Story, and 
Mr. James Hoskins, relating to an affair of the Pennsylvania 
Company, &c. 

London : Printed for J. Boberts, near Oxford-Arms, in 

War icicle- Lane. ... ... ... ... large 4to. 1724. H 

Reprinted, — entitled, — The Determination of the Affair 
betwixt Mess. Story and Hoskins, Eelating to the Penn- 
sylvania Company. — The 2nd edition. 

London: Printed for T. Smith in Cornhill. ... 8vo. 1724. 1 

The Pattern of Modesty. An Examen of Two or Three 
Merry Arguments In a Pamphlet call'd, The Defence of 
Toby Dismal. [James Hoskins.] Translated from the 
Paris Edition. By Alexander Blunt, Esq. 

London : Printed for A. Moore, near St. PauVs. 8vo. 1724. 3^ 

A Bod for the Author of the little Switch : or Mr. "Wm. 
Gibson's Picture Drawn to the Life. Being a Vindication 
of the Quakers, from the charge in Mr. Gibson's Case de- 
fended ; in Bell and the Dragon, with the Ealse Mother 
destroy'd, and the True Child preserv'd. The whole set in a 
true Light, so far as it concerns Mr. Gibson, the pretended 
Quaker. By John Scavenger, M.D. 

So that the whole of this great Bustle or Xoise of Mr. William Gibson, 

is not about Articles of Faith or Discipline. He never objected 

against one single Point of Doctrine, as held forth by the Quakers 
{in Barclay's Apology), but declares himself still a Quaker, and 
that the Controversie is only upon account of Morals, &c. 

And Woes may long attend such prating Preachers, 
Who for Preferment turn deceitful Teachers. 

8vo. London: Printed in the Year, 1728. IJ 

The "Wit and Honesty of James Hoskins, &c. consider'd in 
"Remarks on their late Pamphlet, call'd, " The Pensijlvania 
Bubble" By the Translator of the Pattern of Modesty. 
(Prose). 

London : Printed and sold by J. Smith, in George-yard, in 

Lombard-street. ..." ... ... ... 8vo. 172(5. 6 

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292 A CATALOGUE OF . B ( 

*BOCKETT, Elias,— -continued. 

Punchinello's (Wm. Gibson's) SEEMON ; preached at the 

Quaker's Meeting in Gracechurch-street : on Sunday, 
May 14, 1727. To which is added Punchinello's Love- 
Letter, exactly printed from the Original in his Own hand 
writing. 

London : Printed for James Smith, and sold at his Office in 

George-yard, and at the Bible in Lombard-street. 8vo. 1727. 2 

A Vindication of the Quakers, from the Aspersions of the 

Author of William Gibson's Case, lately published. 

London : Printed for T. Warner at the Black Boy in Pater- 
noster Row. ... ... ... ... 8vo. No date. 2j 

Geneva : a POEM, address'd to the Eight Honourable Sir 

E W , (Sir Eobert Walpole.) — By Alexander 

Blunt, Distiller. (In Miltonic verse.) 

London: Printed for T. Payne, in LovelVs- Court, Pater- 
noster-Bow ; and sold by the Booksellers of London and 
Westminster 8vo. 1729. 5 

Blunt to "Walpole : a Familiar Epistle in Behalf of the 

British Distillery. (Verse.) 

London : Printed for J. Wilford hi Stationer's Court near 
Ludgate ; and E. Bockett in George Yard, Lombard-street. 

8vo. 1730. S 

The Annotations of the {lrub*£tmt^oaetg on Mr. Bow- 
man's Sermon, In a Letter from Parson Orthodox to 
Mother Bayins : Rectify d and divested of their stupifying 
Flegm, by a Distillation Secundum Artem, and then con- 
verted into Ehyme. To which is added, The Sorrowful 
Lamentation of Parson Orthodox. Done into Metre, after 
the manner of Thomas Sternhold. By the Author of 
Geneya : a Poem. 

London : Printed for, and sold by T. Warner, at the Black- 
Boy, in Paternoster- Bow, and the Pamphlet shops in 
London and Westminster. (about 1731.) 8vo. No date. 

— — A Congratulatory Letter to the Eeverend Mr. Patrick 
Smith, M.A., Vicar of Great Paxton, Huntingdonshire, upon 
the Publication of his laborious, learned, and excellent Trea- 
tise, entituled, " A Preservative against Quakerism." By a 
Gentleman. 

London : Printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 
A. Dodd, without Temple-Bar, and E. Nutt at the Royal 
Exchange 8vo. 1731. • 



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BOCKBTT, Elias,— continued. 

The ADVOCATE, a Defence of the B. of Lichfield and 

Coventry, from the Charge of being the Author of a Pamphlet, 
called, " The Pbinciples of the Leading Quakers ;" including 
some Eemarks on the Writings of the late Mr. Charles 
Leslie. In a Letter to his Lordship. (Signed at the end 
E. b.) \_Lronical.~] 

London: Printed by J. Huggonson, in Bartholomew- Close, 
and sold by J. Roberts, at the Oxford Arms, in Warwick- 
Lane 8vo. 1732. 44 

He died of a fever, the 9th of the 11th month, 1735, aged 40 years, 
and was buried the 13th of the same month in Friends' bui-ial- 
ground, Bunhill Fields, London. The Registry says of the Parish 
of St. Mary at Hill. Meeting, Devonshire House. 

OCKETT, Bicbard Jun., Son of Bichd. and Elizth. Bockett, 
of the Parish called St. Giles, Cripplegate, London. 

— Fruits of Early Piety, Consisting of Several Christian Expe- 

riences, Meditations, and Admonitions. "Written in Verse 
by Richard Rocket, Junior. Very profitable for the Perusal 
of Youth. 

London, Printed by the assigns of J. Soivle, in George-yard, 

in Lombard-street 8vo. 1722. 3| 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London, Printed by the assigns of J. Soivle, in George 

Yard in Lombard Street 8vo. 1735. 13 

Eeprinted. — The 3rd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Mary Hinde, at No. 2, in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 8vo. No date. 3 

He died the 18th of 8th mo., 1721, being near the 28th year of his 
age, and was buried on the 22nd of the same month, from the Bull 
and Mouth Meeting-house, in Friends' burial-ground, near Bunhill 
Fields, London. 

DDEN, William Eloyd, of Hertford, Son of William and Eliza- 
beth Boden, was born, at Ware, in Hertfordshire, 24th of 12th 
month, 1792. 

— A Diary of some of the Eeligious experience of William Eloyd 
Boden, a Pious Youth, late of Hertford. 

London : Sold by W. Phillips, George-yard, J^ombard-street ; 
Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-street ; and J. and A. 
Arch, Cornhill. Printed by J. Lancaster, Southwark. 

8vo. 1811. 2\ 

Eeprinted. — London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, 

George-yard, Lomhard-street. ... ... 12mo. 1812. 1^ 

He died on the 14th of 11th month, 1810, and his remains were 
interred in Friends' burial-ground, near Hertford, on the 18th of 
the same, aged nearly 18 years. 



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294 A CATALOGUE OF BO 

BOEN, William, of North America. 

Anecdotes and Memoirs of Wm. Boen, a coloured man, who 

lived and died near Mount Holly, New Jersey, To which is 
added, The Testimony of Friends of Mount Holly Monthly 
Meeting concerning him. ... ... ... Philadelphia printed. 

The same. — Manchester : Reprinted by John Harrison, Market 

Street, from the edition 'printed by John Richards, of Phila- 
delphia 12mo. 1816. 

The same, in " Comly's Miscellany," Vol. 1, page 385. 

Philadelphia, 1831. 

Memoirs and Anecdotes of "William Boen. In the same work, 

Yol. 5, page 269. ... ... ... Philadelphia printed, 1834. 

He died the 12th of the 6th month ; 1824, aged about 90 years. 

BOLTON, John, of Peel Monthly Meeting, London. 

A Justification of the Bighteous Judgement of God on 

Nathaniel Smith, Who was a Shoomaker ; who being 
ashamed of his own Trade, stiles himself in his Book, Student 
in Physick ; whose lying mouth God hath set a stop to. As 
also a witness against Elizabeth Atkinson, who is one in the 
same spirit with the said Nathaniel Smith, this being a testi- 
mony for that living Truth, in which God's Eigbteousness 
and salvation is received and injoyed, notwithstanding those 
that apostatize and draw back Judas like, &c. — Given forth 
by one that loves the Truth, John Bolton. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1669. 

J PDAS his Thirty Pieces not received, but Sent back to him for 

his own Bag ; who hath betrayed the Lord of Glory, and sold 
his Master, and Crucified Christ afresh, and put him to open 
shame, and now liveth wantonly upon the Earth, and hath 
Killed the Just. Being something by way of Answer to a 
Letter that was sent to John Eeynes, Merchant of London, 
from Eobert Eich, in Barbadoes, which teas for the Distribu- 
tion of a certain sum of Money to saeven Churches, as he calls 
them : Wherein it is manifested, icherefore the People that are 
the Lord's^ in the Covenant of Light, but by the World in scorn 
called Quakers, cannot partake of his Gift; as also, in several 
passages, is mixt a Manifestation, in a icay of Testimony , what 
that blessed Truth of God is, that they received, and do injoy, 
and for which they have heretofore, and yet still suffer. 
[Anonymous.] 4to. No Printer's name or place, [about 1667-8.] 

■ Judas his Treachery still continued and his Eage doth more 

increase, because his Thirty pieces sent to the Quakers would 
not be received, but was rejected and returned to him again, 
for it was the price of Blood : and so he in the present state 
is a Vagabond in the Earth glorying in Earthly things, but 
hath not a habitation in the living God who is light, but is 



BON FRIENDS' books 295 

BOLTON, John,— continued. 

in the seperation, even in darkness that may be felt, and there 
he is beating the air with his great swelling words of vanity, 
and for the love of money Eobert Bacon is joyned to him. 
Being something in way of answer, or rather a opening of 
some material passages in that reviling Paper called by the 
Publisher "Mr. Eobert Eich his Second Letters," &c— 
Given forth by John Bolton, the 2nd of the 1st moneth, 1670. 

4to. London, Printed in the Tear, 1670. 3i 

Note. — This tract gives some account why Friends denied James 
Nayler and John Perrot. 

A Testimony in that which separates between the Pretious and 

the vile. And is for the friends and brethren who love the 
Lord Jesus Christ in sincerity and truth. [Signed J. B. 
only.] (With a Postscript, by G-eo. Pox.) 

4to. No Printer' 's name or place [about 1673.] If 

Samuel Newton, and others, — Innocency farther cleared, and 

the Spirit of Alexander the Coppersmith further detected, &c. 
— at the end of "Wm. Penn's " Spirit of Alexander the Cop- 
persmith, &c." 4to. 1673. 

He died the 26th of the 10th mo., 1679, aged 80 years ; of Martin's- 
le-Grand, London. 

BOLTON, John, of Bongale, Westmoreland. 

and others.— A Short ACCOUNT of the Latter end and Dying 

"Words of Francis Howgil, Who dyed a Prisoner for the Tes- 
timony of Jesus, in Appulby the Twentieth Day of the 
Eleaventh Moneth, 1668 

This is Printed and Published in the year 1671, for Friends, 
at the desire of some ; because many have not seen it (nor 
could so well have it) in Manuscript. ... 4to. 1671. 1 

Signed at the end — John Bolton, of Bongale, in Westmoreland. 
Edward Guy, \ 

Anthony Pinder, 20th of ^ 

Thomas Langhorn, V ^ ' 1668< 

Richard Pinder, ' 

Thomas Carleton, ) 

BOND, Deborah, of White Water, Indiana. 

■ Short Account of her. In " Comly's Miscellany," Vol. 7. 

Philadelphia, 1835. 
She died the 4th of the 8th month, 1833, aged about 24 years. 

•BONIFIELD, Abraham, of Heading, Berkshire. 

An Expedient for Peace, or some Christian and Eeasonable 

Proposals, once more Renewed and offered again to Friends 

Tv of Reading, conducing to an amicable composure of Differ- 
ences among them : with a healing Epistle to them from 
Friends of Bristol, on both sides, tenderly advising them to 



'296 A CATALOGUE OF B N > 

*BONIFIELD, Abraham, — continued. 

meet all together again in their ancient Publick Meeting 
House. As also a Seasonable Expostulation and a persuasive 
to a Reconciliation, with some remarkable Testimonies added 
to promote the same and several objections against it An- 
swered, which may Tend to a General Service. Beading, 
Sixth Month, 1692. ... 4to. A r o Printer's name, place, or date. 9^ 

or 74 pages. 
The Contents of the Book. 

I. — The Introduction by way of Preface page 1. 

{Reading, the 12th 6th month, 1692. Signed Abraham Bonifield.) 
11.— The Copy of a Letter and a Paper, containing some Christian 

and Reasonable Prop>osals for an accommodation of Differences ... page 8. 
III. — A Tender and healing Epistle from Friends of Bristol to 

Friends of Beading, advising tkem to meet all together again. ... page 13. 

Signed by Thomas Gouldney, Richard Snead, Charles Hartford, 
Thomas Callowhill, John Love, Charles Joanes, Cornelius Sar- 
jant, William Ford, Thomas Jordan, William Smith. 
This was sent by John Osgood, and directed to, Thomas Curtice, 
William Lambol, Leonard Key, Abraham Bonntield, Robert 
Sandilands, Robert Payne, John Kent, John Buy, Benjamin 
Coale, &c. 
A Seasonable Expostulation to Peace and Reconciliation, directed 

particularly to Friends of "Reading. page 15. 

Sect. I. — Contains several weighty motives, shewing the Great need and 
necessity of Reconciliation. ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid. 

Sect. II. — A Collection of divers remarkable Testimonies, suitable to the 

subject treated on. ... ... ... ••• < ... ••• ... page 31. 

Sect. III. — Some objections fairly stated, with their Answers, as also 

divers weighty Considerations proposed. ... ... ... ... page 46. 

Sect. IV.— Some Friendly Councel, and tender Advice, to Professors of 

Truth, with one or more substantial Testimonies page 63. 

The Conclusion page 69. 

A Postscript, containing an advertisement, with something further 

relating to the said Expostulation, &c. page 71. 

■ The Treacherous taken in his Treachery. ... ... 4to. 1692. 13 



Hidden Things Revealed and Brought to Light : or, SHam 
and honest Staling with Will. Lamboll and John But, 
of Reading in the County of Berks, in some Material Queries 
Proposed to them to be Answered, &c. With the Rest of 
those that were instrumental (in too large a degree) of the 
former or first separation wrought among Friends here in 
this Town, and who are found still as instrumental for the 
upholding and continuance of the same, by their not return- 
ing with other Friends to the ancient publick Meeting-House, 
the Doors thereof having been opened ever since the 10th of 
the 9th Month, 1693, which is now about 9 Months since, 
for all Friends to meet together therein as a peaceable Chris- 
tian Society ought to do, in the true Love, Fear and Worship 
of Almighty God, that so there might be no longer two 
divided publick Meetings held and kept up in this Town, 






i friends' books. 297 

BONIFIELD, Abraham, — continued. 

both to the great reproach of Truth, and stumbling of many 
of the Tender Inquirers after it. 

4to. London : Printed in the Year, 1694. 2 

The Cry of the Oppressed in Sion sounded forth aloud in the 

Camp : or, an appeal from the wicked and unjust Judgment 
of Men to the Judgment-Seat of Christ, that just and upright 
Judge and Lord of Heaven and Earth, &c. And to his holy 
Witness in the Hearts and inward Parts of all the real Pro- 
fessors and Possessors of the Holy Truth, &c. Being a true 
and impartial account of the unchristian forcing and severe 
ways, Arbitrary and indirect methods taken and made use of 
by William Lambell and John Buy, &c towards myself and 
others, both in Monthly and Quarterly Meetings, and Meet- 
ings for Worship, and that only for withstanding, witnessing 
and Testifying against their so great and obsurd presumption, 
over-ruling Power, insulting arrogance and Pride, as inserted 
and contained in the several Particulars and Articles alledged 
in Charge against them. As likewise a just complaint con- 
cerning the rash and unjust Judgment of Oliver Sansom, 
James Potter, William Austill, Benjamin Antrobus, William 
Cooper, Bichard Vokings, Jun., and John Gidden, given 
forth against me by the aforesaid, appointed only for Kecon- 
cilors (not Judges) but to hear and end all differences 
betwixt us. ... 4to. London: Printed in the Few, 1695. 8 

Note. — Answered by Oliver Sansom. 

— An Elegy on the Death of Abraham Bonifield. By Marcus. Folio. h 

OONE, George, of 

— and Williaat Rathbose, Isaac Gray, John Burgess, and 

Jons Fothergill. — To Friends at their ensuing Quarterly- 
Meeting for the County of York, to be held the 24th and 

25th of the 9th month, 1777 4to. [1777.] H 

tOONE, Martha, wife of George Boose, of Birmingham, was the 
daughter of Eyas and Elizabeth Eees, of Neath. 

Selections from the Papers of Martha Boose, — found after 

her decease. To which is prefixed a brief memoir. [Part in 
verse. ,] 

London : Printed by Bensley and Son, Bolt Court, Fleet 

street * 8vo. 1817. 2J 

She died the 20th of the 9th month, 1816. 

r)NE, Susanna, formerly S. Warisg. 
On the Efficacy of the Grace of our Lord and Saviour Jesus 
Christ. By Sesassa Warisg, afterwards Susassa Boose. 
London : Printed by James Phillips, George-yard, Lombard 
" '"' 



298 A CATALOGUE OF 



BO 



BOORNE, James, of Reading, Berkshire. 

Real Greatness. A Reply to the Question, — " "What renders 

a Man really great under every variety of Rank and Circum- 
stance?" Being the Essay to which the Second Prize was 
awarded by the Essay and Discussion Class, Reading, Mid- 
summer, 1844. Printed by Request. 

London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate street, without. Read- 
ing : Lovejoy 12mo. 1845. \ 

— On the Unlawfulness and Impolicy of War. [Tract No. 8 of 
the Newcastle Peace Society. ,] 

Newcastle : Printed by P. S. Macliver, 37, Grainger- street. 

12mo. 1846. 1 

The " Feiend " in his Family ; or a Familiar Exposition of 

some of the Religious Principles of the Society of Friends, 
with brief biographical notices of a few of its early members. 
[Anonymous.] 

London : A. W. Bennett, Bishopsgate Without. 8vo. 1865. 20 1 

The " Open Bible " Series of Tracts, Stereotyped, all Printed 

by T. Barcham, Reading. 

No. 1. — The Prodigal's Return. 
No. 2.— The Thief on the Cross. 
No. 3.— The Throne and the Cloud. 
No. 4.— The Bad Bargain. 
No. 5.— The True Satisfaction. 
No. 6.— The Fight of Faith. 
No. 7. — The Great Salvation. 
No. 8.— The Lord's Prayer. 
Note. — Several hundreds of thousands of these small tracts have 
been issued. 

The Lesson oe the Lilies. 

" Consider the lilies, how they grow." 

London: S. W. Partridge, 9, Paternoster Bow. 18mo. [1866.] 12 pp 

James Boorne is also the writer of the Biographical Notices of several 
of the Early Friends, published in The British Friend, and a fre- 
quent contributor to it and The Friend. 

BOOTH, Mary, sister to Rebecca T ravers, of London. (See 
Whiting's Persecution, 2nd edition, page 372.) 

Milk for Babes : and Meat for Strong Men, &c. by James 

Naylee. [Edited with " Preface to the Reader," by Maey 

Booth 4to. 1661. 

Eeprinted. — See James Nayler. 
*BOSS, Peter, of Southwark, London, a Mariner. 

The Tryals of Petee Boss, Geoege Keith, Thomas Budd, 

and William Beadeoed, Quakers, for several Great Mis- 
demeanours (as was pretended by their Adversaries) before 
a Court of Quakers held at Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania, &c. 

4to. 1693. 4- 
Note. -This tract was first printed in America. See George Keith. 



3 u friends' books. 299 

*BOSS, Peter, — continued. 

The Fighting Quaker's [Peter Bosse] Expedition in Pen- 

silvania. By John Homes, a Baptist Teacher. 

Note. — I can give no further particulars about this book, having 
searched in vain to find a copy. 

*BOULTON, William, of Manchester. He resigned his Member- 
ship in the Society at the time of the Beacon Secession, see 
a copy of his Letter of Resignation in " The Crisis of the 
Quaker Contest in Manchester, printed 1837." The follow- 
ing was published during that secession. 

Three Essays, submitted to the consideration of the Yearly 

Meeting of Eriends, appointed to visit the Quarterly Meeting 
of Lancashire — with a few preliminary observations by Wil- 
liam Boulton. 

Manchester : Printed by Henry Smith, 21, St. Anne's Square. 

8vo. 1836. 2 
BOUKNE, Edward, of Worcester, a Physician. 

The Tbtjth of God cleared, and above the Deceite advanced ; 

which is proved to be the same that ever was in all Genera- 
tions. By One of that number who in scorn are called 
Quakers, Edw. Bourne. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, neer Alders gate. ... ... ... 4to. 1657. 2 

Written in Worcester Gaol, the 24th of the 10th month, 1657. 

\ A Waenixg from the Lord God out of Sion, who is Mighty 

and Terrible, sounded forth unto the Inhabitants of the City 
of Woecestee, and of the Towns and Villages round about 
them, &c. 

London, Printed for Bobert Wilson, at the Sign of the 
Black- Spread- Eagle and Windmill, in Martins Le Grand. 

4to. 1660. 2 

A Warning from the Lord God to the Inhabitants of the 

Town and County of Warwick, that they may repent and 
turn to the Lord with their whole hearts, before it be too 
late. Eolio. No Printer's name, place, or date. \ 

(Written from Worcester, the 3rd of 2nd Moneth, 1661.) 
and others. — A Cey against Oppression and cruelty, being a 
short account of the Tryal, and of the Sentence that was 
passed on several innocent people called Quakers, who are 
Inhabitants of the City of Worcester, &c. 

London, Printed, and are to be sold by William Warwick. 

4to. 1663. 3 

Note. — There is added at the end of this piece, " Queries to the 
Compellers in Religious matters." By Kobert Smith. 

Certain Qtjeeies Answered, Which were sent by a PAPLST 
for The People, called Quakees, to Answer. Also, some 



/ 



300 A CATALOGUE OF B U 

BOURNE, Edward, — continued. 

Queries for them to Answer, and some Articles of their Faith 
Answered, &c. 4to. Printed in the Year, 1667. 3^ 

A Looking- Glass, Discovering to all People what IMAGE 

they Bear, By which the True Jew is known from the false, 
and the Christian in nature, from him that is so in name 
only, &c. ... ... ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1671. 3^ 

An Answer to Doctor Good (so called) his DIALOGUE 

against those, called Quakers, wherein he hath forged the 
Quaker and Confuted Himself. Which Dialogue of Tho. 
Good's is in his Book, Intituled Firmianus and Dulitantius, 
or certain Dialogues concerning Atheism, Infidelity, Popery, 
and other Heresies and Schisms, which trouble the Peace of 
the Church, &c. By Edward Bourn. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1675. 3 

A Few words to those who look for another Dispensation 

than what is Known by the Faithful Christians in this Day, 
&c. (Worcester, the 21st of the 11th moneth, 1679.) 

Broadside. No Printer's name or place. [1679.] 1 

and others. — For the Inhabitants of Worcester to view and 

consider well of, especially they of JVicholas-FsLriah. The case 
of us, viz. Edward Bourne, John Knight, Joseph Allibon 
and Bichard Hill, ^/Nicholas Parish in the City of Worcester. 

4to. \_Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle, Sfc. 1682.] 1 

An Epistle to Friends. 

London, Printed by J. Bringhurst, at the Sign of the Booh 

in Gracechurch- street. ... ... ... Folio. [1682.] \ 

Written in Worcester City Prison, 20th of the 10th mo. 1682. 

A Testimony concerning George Fox, dated, Worcester, the 

24th of the 4th month, 1692.— See " Geo. Fox's Doctrinal 
Works." Folio. 1706. 

He died the 28th of the 11th month, 1708, and was buried on the 
30th of the same. — Margaret, his wife, died 4th of 4th month, 
1709. 

||BOUSELL, John, of . Norwich.— In a "General History of Nor- 
folk," he is described as a Leather Cutter of that Town, and 
where it says that, " for upwards of 20 years, he lived a very 
abstemious life. He rendered himself very conspicuous in 
the Religious world, as he entertained opinions in a great 
measure peculiar to himself, and which bordered upon Fana- 
ticism." See A General History of the County of Norfolk, 
Vol. 2, page 1317. Published in 8vo. 1829. 
He appears also to have resided at Deepham. His writings 
I are, as follows, viz. — 

The Eam's Horn Sounded Seven times : being a Visitation of 



j U friends' books. 30 1 

BOTJSELL, John, — continued. 

Divine Love to those Merchants of Babylon who have taken 
upon themselves the Office of Teachers among the People 
called Baptists, whose Mountain, built in their own wisdom, \/ 

will be destroyed by the Stone cut out of the Mountain )/ 
without hands (the Wisdom and Power of God,) with 
every other mountain in the Kingdom of Babylon, The false 
Church shall fall, and the true Church be built again. Part 
1, consisting of several Letters addressed by the Author to 
Joseph Proud, a Teacher of the Baptists of Norwich. 
This work sets forth the ground of acceptable "Worship, of 
Gospel Ministry, of Spiritual Baptism, that is alone essential 
to Salvation, and also of the Supper of the Lord, the 
heavenly bread, which alone nourishes up the Soul unto 
eternal life. By John Bousell, a Disciple of Jesus Christ, 
and an Offspring of the Primitive Quakers. 

Norwich : Printed by Chase § Co 8vo. [1787.] 3 

— The Kam's Horn sounded Seven Times : being a Visitation of 
Divine Love to those Merchants of Babylon who have taken 
upon themselves the office of Teachers among the People 
called Baptists, whose mountain, built in their own wisdom, 
will be destroyed by the Stone cut out of the Mountain with- 
out hands (the "Wisdom and Power of God,) with every 
other mountain in the Kingdom of Babylon. The false 
Church shall fall, and the true Church be built again. Part 
2nd. Giving a true account of what passed at a Meeting of 
Conference upon Water-Baptism between J. Proud and the 
Author, the 25th of 10th mo. 1787. Also an Answer to 
John Hunt's pamphlet, written from a Dream. Also a 
Message from the word of the Lord to the teachers among 
the people called Baptists, likewise a short reply to John 
Theobald, with some remarks on Joseph Proud' s Pamph- 
let. By John Bottsell, of the City of Norwich, a Disciple 
of Jesus Christ, and an Offspring of the Primitive Quakers. 

Printed for the Author, and sold by J. Dennis, New- 
Bridge Street, Blackfriars, and B. Baldwin, Paternoster- 
row, London; Chase &f Co., Norwich; Boulter, Yar- 
mouth; Marshall and Sudbury, Lynn ; Backham, Bury; 
Shave and Jackson, Ipswich. ... ... 8vo. No date. 3 

— The Trumpet of the Lord Sounded upon the Mountains of 
those Merchants of Babylon, that have taken upon them to 
be Teachers to the Congregations under the name of Pro- 
testants, Presbyterians, Independents, and Baptists ; being a 
Visitation of Divine Love, wherein Antichrist is discovered 
under his various Appearances. With a Message from the 
Word of the Lord unto the People called Quakers, showing 
the primitive and present state of that Society ; and an 



302 A CATALOGUE OF B tl 

|| BOUSELL, John, — continued. 

Epistle to the Methodists. Also a "Warning unto the Inha- 
bitants of England, of a suffering Day at Hand, with a Day 
of heavenly Visitation ; and a few words concerning Spiritual 
Worship, and, the ground of Gospel Ministry ; with Re- 
marks upon the Star John saw fall from Heaven to the 
Earth. By John Bousell, of the City of Norwich, a 
Disciple of Jesus Christ, and a Dissenter from the People 
called Quakers. 

Printed for the Author ; and sold by John Dennis, New 
Bridge Street, Blackfriars, W. Chalklen, No. 49, Grace- 
church Street, and J. Buckland, No. 57, Paternoster- 
Bow, London ; by Yarington and Bacon, Norwich, and D. 
Boulter, Yarmouth ; 8vo. [1789.] o\ 

The Standard of the Lord of Hosts Exalted; the Banner 

of the Prince of Peace displayed. Being a Message unto 
the King, the Ministers of State and the Members of both 
Houses of Parliament, to take away the heavy burthen of 
Tithes, and to set at liberty the African slaves. By John 
Bousell, of the City of Norwich, a Disciple of Jesus Christ, 
and a Dissenter from the People called Quakers. 

Printed for the Author ; and sold by John Dennis, Middle- 
Row, Holborn ; and J. Buckland, and H. D. Symonds, 
Paternoster- Row, London; by Yarington and Bacon, 
Norwich, and D. Boulter, Yarmouth. ... 8vo. [1790.] 1^ 

A Seeiotjs Address to the Chief Magistrates of Norwich 

and Yarmouth, and to the acting Magistrates of the County 
of Norfolk, and other parts of the Nation. Requesting them 
to call a solemn assembly, and to declare their firm attach- 
ment to the Constitution and Government of the King of 
Kings ; and to enter into covenant with him, to obey his 
laws and Statutes, and to expel from among them all wicked 
and infernal spirits which blaspheme his holy name ; with a 
few words to the Idle Shepherds, and to those that are 
desirous of a Revolution. By John Bousell, a Disciple of 
Jesus Christ, and a Dissenter from the People called 
Quakers. 

Norwich : Printed by Grouse and Stevenson. Sold by 

W. Stevenson, Norwich, and Boulter, Yarmouth. 8vo. 1793. l£ 

— — The near approaching Day of Universal Restoration, Regenera- 
tion, Peace, and Salvation ; in which is discovered, the 
Eoundation of the Ealse Prophets under their various cha- 
racters ; with remarks on the blessed state of the Primitive 
Quakers. Also, An Appendix ; in which is manifested, The 
Origin of Heaven and Hell ; The Foundation of Light and 
Darkness ; and the Ground of Misery and Happiness. Like- 
wise, an Account of the Religion of the Inhabitants of the 
New Heaveus and Earth. And a Relation of the Prophesy 



u friends' books. 303 

30USELL, John, — continued. 

of Thomas Story. By John Bousell, of Deepham, Norfolk, a 

Disciple of Jesus Christ. 

Printed for the Author ; and sold by W. Richardson, Corn- 
hill, London; W. Stevenson, Norwich ; and D. Boulter, 
Yarmouth 8vo. 1793. 8 

■ The Barn's Horn Sounded seven Times upon Lifeless Hills 
and Mountains, which shall be brought down, and the 
Mountain of the Lord (the true Church) exalted above all, 
and shall abide for ever. Also Bemarks upon Thomas 
Paine' s Second Part of the Age of Reason. With an Ap- 
pendix, being a Journal of seven days. By John Bousell, 
of the City of Norwich, a "Worshipper of the One, and the 
only One Living and Eternal God, and a Disciple of Jesus 
Christ. 

Norwich : Printed for the Author, and sold by all Book- 
sellers, of whom may be had, The Bay of Universal Peace, 
Is., And an Address to Magistrates, price 6d., by the 
Author of the Barn's Horn. .'.. 8vo. [about 1799— 1800.] 3J 

- A Journal of the Life of the Author, giving an account of 
particular circumstances and Letters upon various occasions, 
wrote for the caution and encouragement of those who are 
seeking a City that has Foundations, whose Maker and 
Builder is the Lord. 

Query, whether printed ? 

The following is written against John Bousell and the next 
after is a reply to it : — 

- The Bouselliad ; or An Apology for Aminadab Shoe's 
(John Bousell) Apostacy. By P**** p***#* Esq., 
P. G-. H. [John Colls, of Norwich.'] (In verse.) 

Norwich : Printed and sold by Chase and Co. in the Cockey- 
Lane, and may be had of the other Booksellers. 

Large 4to. 1786. H 

- The Incendiary Corrected : or Injured Virtue and Honesty 
defended. A Satyric Poem. Being an Answer to an illiberal 
publication, entitled, " The Bouselliad : or, an Apology for 

Aminadab Shoe's Apostacy." By P P , Esq., who 

has, in the most ungenerous manner, reflected upon the cha- 
racter of Mr. John Bousell, a Man of unimpeached reputa- 
tion, strict probity, and upright morals ; and also thrown 
out indecent reflections upon the People called Quakers in 
particular, and the Spirit of Beligion in General. By Philo. 
[Joseph Proud, a Baptist Preacher]. 

Nonvich : Printed by Chase and Co., in the Cockey-Lane. 

8vo. 17S6. If 
In verse. — Supposed to be written by Joseph Proud, a Baptist 
Teacher, who afterwards quarrelled with J. Bousell. — See, " The 
Rams Horn" page 44, where J. B. seems to have the advantage. 
This Work is dedicated to Jeremiah Ives, Mayor of Norwich. 



304 A CATALOGUE OF B *V 

BOUSELL, Mary, Wife of John Bousell, a Leather Cutter in 
Norwich, 

She died the 16th of the 11th month, 1780, and appears was a 
member of the Society. — Norfolk Burial Registers. 

BOUSTED, John, of Cumberland. 

A Testimony concerning his deceased Friend, John Banks, 

Agliobye, the 25th of the 9th mo. 1711. See " John Banks' 
Journal and Works/' 8vo. 1712. | 



The Testimony of John Bousted, concerning Wm. Edmund- 
son. — In "Wm. Edmundson's Journal." ... 4to. 1715. 



Reprinted. — See Wm. Edmundson. 
*BOWDEN, James, of London. Many years Becording Clerk. 

The History of the Society of Friends in America. 

Vol. 1. — London: Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate-street, 

Without " 8vo. 1850. 27 

The same, — Vol. 2. — Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 

London : W. Sf F. G. Cash, 5. Bishopsgate-slreet Without. 

8vo. 1854. 26 

Note! — The First Volume of this work was issued in Four Parts, and 
a Prospectus to each, the Second Vol. was issued complete in itself. 
It contains many Biographical notices of the early settlers in that 
country, many Maps, and illustrations, facsimile autographs, etc., 
too numerous to mention. 

A Beview of the Testimony of Friends on Tithes and Tithe 

Bent- Charge, more particularly impropriate Tithes. By 
James Bowden. 

London : W. Sf F. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 

8vo. 1854. 1J 

Some considerations on the Testimony of the Society of 

Friends against the Payment of Ecclesiastical Tithe-Bent- 
Charge. Being a Befutation of Beasons advanced against 
the Continuance of this Testimony ; together with some 
Bemarks on the subject of Church Union. By James 
Bowden. 

London ; W. § F. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without 

8vo. 1857. If 



An Examination into the Scriptural Lawfulness of Marriage 

with a Deceased Wife's Sister, and the Principles and Enact- 
ments of English Law respecting such marriages. [See 
Anonymous.] 

London : Published by Alfred William Bennett, Bishops- 
gate-street Without. 8vo. [1863.] 2\ 

BOWDEN, Hannah, daughter of John Finch and Hannah Marsh, 
of Croydon, and wife of James Bowden. 

Some pieces in " The Peace Advocate." 



W friends' books. 305 

OWDEN, Hannah, — continued. 

— Poetical Eemains of Hannah Bowden, of Croydon, formerly 

Hannah Marsh, Jun., who died the 3rd of Seventh Month, 
1859, in her Thirty-seventh year. Edited by her Sister. 

" Let Israel hope in the Lord, from henceforth and for ever." 

Psalm cxxxi. 3. 
London : A. W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition. ... ... ... Large 12mo. 1860. 10 

London, 12mo. 1861. 10^ 

Contents : — Scripture Pieces. — Miscellaneous Poems. — The Yearly 
Meeting and other Poems, chiefly on subjects connected with the 
Society of Friends. — Verses addressed to some of her Friends. — 
Poems written after her Marriage. 

WETER, John, of Bromsgrove in Worcestershire, after of London. 

— A Salutation of Love from a Prisoner for the Testimony of 
Christ Jesus ; to his Loving and Kind neighbours. — 
(Worcester County Gaol, the 16th of the 8th Month, 1679.) 

Broadside. No Printer's name or place. [1679.] 1 

"Works, page 34. 
Reprinted with the next. 

— Something concerning the Proceedings of Thomas Willmate, 
Vicar of the Parish of Bromsgrove, in the County of Worces- 
ter, against me John Boweter (who am a Prisoner for the 
Testimony of Christ Jesus). With a Salutation to my loving 
and kind Neighbours. 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1681]. 1 

Works, page 27. 

— and Thomas Robertson, Richard Bland, and William Ingram. 
To the Bishops and Clekgt of (fcnglan* and Wales, &c. 

Polio. No Printer's name or place. [1685.] 1 
See Thos. Robertson and Sufferings. 

- A Sermon preached by Mr. John Bowater, at St. John's St., 
March 18th, 1693.— See page 46, of " The Concurrence and 
Unanimity of the People called Quakers, &c." . . . 8vo. 1694. 

Reprinted, See Sermons. 

- A Short Testimony for our honourable Brother in the Paith, 
George Pox. See u Geo. Pox's Doctrinal Works." Polio. 1706. 

- Christian Epistles, Travels, and Sufferings of That Antient 
Servant of Christ, John Boweter. 

London : Printed and sold hy T. Soivle, in White- Sart- 

Court,in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1705. 4^ 

Contents of Boweter's "Christian Epistles," &c., not before printed. 

The Preface, being an Epistle, and account to Friends, relating to 
our Ancient Friend and Brother, John Bowater. Signed at our 
2nd Day's Morning Meeting, by Geo. "Whitehead, Francis Camfield, 
Thomas Lower, John Field, Saml. Waldenfield, John Butcher, 

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306 A CATALOGUE OP BO^ 

BOWETEB, John,— continued. 

Theodor Eccleston, Thomas Pitstow, William Robinson, William 

Warren, Richard Needham, Daniel Monro. 
London, the 21st of 3rd month, 1705. 
Of Submission to Authority ... ... .. ... ... .. page 1 

An Epistle of Tender Advice and Caution, for the Language and 

Practice of Truth. With encouragement to the Faithful ... page 8. 

An Epistle for Love and Unity, with Christian encouragement, &c. ... page 15 
An Epistle to Friends, in Bonds and Sufferings for Christ's sake. ... page 18 
An Epistle to Dear and Tender Friends, Prophetical and encouraging 

to them. ... page 21 

An Epistle against Unruly Spirits, and for Union and good Order. ... page 24 
An Epistle of Christian eucoux'agement to Friends and Brethren, 

(against the Fury of the Ungodly) to keep in the Faith of Christ. page 41. 
An Epistle to Friends, of certain Places in Worcestershire, &c, 

among whom he had been conversant ... ... ... ... page 45 : 

His Salutation to certain Meetings of Friends in his Country ; and 

Caution to Prize the Mercy of God ... ... ... ... ... page 51, 

List of Names of Places and Friends in America where John Boweter 

was (for the most part) received, and had Meetings and Service for 

the Lord, in the Gospel of Peace. 
He died in London, the 16th of the 11th mo., 1704, aged about 

75 years. 

B. (I.) 

Iknocenct cleared from Lyes, in answer or reply to some par- . 

ticular things : which them who are scornfully called Quakers, 
are charged with in a book intituled, Malice Stript and 
Whipped, §c. Published by One, who call himself Samuell 
Smith, Minister of the Gospel, &c. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons at the Lull and 

Mouth neer Alder sg ate. ... ... ... 4to. 1658. 3 

B. J., G-. W. (G-eo. Whitehead) and others. 

The Holy Scripture owned, and the Athenians Injustice 

detected, by the Abused Quaker. ... ... Large Polio. 1692. \ , 

BOWLBIE, Judith, of Yorkshire. 

To all Justices of Peace, or other Magistrates to whom this 

may come. 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1667.] 

A Testimony for Truth against all Hireling Priests and 

Deceivers : "With a Cry to the Inhabitants of this Nation, 
to turn to the Lord, before his dreadful Judgments overtake 
them. Also a Testimony against all Observers of Times and 
Dayes. [Judith Boulbie.~] 

4to. No Printer s 7iame, place, or date. 1 
Contains 16 liDes in verse. 

A Pew words to the Eulers of the Nation. ... Folio. 1673. A 

A Warning and Lamentation over England. ... Folio. 1679. -. 

A Few words as a Warning from the Lord to the Inhabitants of 

Londonderry, and also to the whole Nation of Ireland, 7th 



, o w friends' books. 307 

OWLBIE, Judith,— continued. 

month, 1679. Inserted in Butty's History of Friends in 
Ireland, page 142. ... ... 4to. edition. Dublin. 1751. 

and others. From our Women's Meeting held at York, the 
15th, and 16th days of the 4th month, 1692. To every par- 
ticular "Woman's Monthly Meeting ; within this County. 

4to. [1692.] 1 

She died the 7th of the 1st month, 1706. 

OWLES, George, of Giles Chalfont, afterwards of High Wycombe, 

- A FAITHFUL WARNING, to all those who profess the 
Light op Christ to be their Guide ; and yet walk contrary 
to it. By George 33ofoIcS. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1710. ^ 

His Testimony concerning Thomas Ellwood, the 8th month, 
1713. In " The History of the Life of Thomas Ellwood." 

8vo. 1714. i 

- A Tender Exhortation in the Love of Christ, to the Youth 
amongst the People called Quakees : Both Male and 
Female, whether they be such as have been Educated 
amongst us, or such as, through the Visitation of God, and 
the Convictions of the Spirit of Truth, are gathered to our 
Holy Profession. 

. London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George-yard, Lomhard-street. Small 8vo. 1720. 1-J- 
He died at High Wycombe, the 18th of the 11th ) Both bmied 

month, 1721. J AT 7 7 

Susanna, his wife, died in the year 1720. J 

OWLY, Christopher, of Cirencester. 

- — An account of his Life in the " Temperance Chronicle" for 
November 1851. See also the " Annual Monitor" for 1852. 
He died the 14th of the 10th month, 1851, aged 78 years, and was 
buried in the Friends' Burial-ground, Cirencester. 

)*WLY, Samuel, of Gloucester, now of Horsepools, near Stroud. 

- A Speech delivered the 1st of Oct. 1830, at a Publick meeting 
in Gloucester, on the Abolition of Negro Slavery. 

— Letter on Temperance Society. ... ... 12mo. 1841. 12 pages. 

— An Address to Christian Professors, on the Temperance refor- 
mation. (1851.) ... 12mo. No date. ^ 

See also Edward Smith. 

— Reprinted. — London : Published by the Friends' 1 Temperance 
Union and W. Tweedie 12lqo. 1858. 

— Capital Punishment, a Lecture, by Samuel Bowly. L2mo. 1836. 

— Biographical Sketch of Samuel Bowly, with a poetical effusion 
of his, entitled, "The Onward Movements/' In "The 

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308 A CATALOGUE OF B V 

BOWLY, Samuel, — continued. 

Public Good," No. 22, for October, 1851, page 312. (In 
the number for 9th mo., 1851, there is a portrait of him.) 

Total Abstinence in its proper place. Addressed especially to 

the Religious portion of the Community. By Samuel Bowly. 
Gloucester: John Bellows, Steam-press. [About 1859-60.] 

12 mo. No date. 
The Influence of Class upon Class in supporting the intempe- 
rance of our Country. By Samuel Bowly. (No. 273, of 
Ipswich Temperance Tracts.) 

London: William Tweedie, 337, Strand. ... 12mo. No date. 

The Onward Movements. No. 185, Ipswich Temperance 

Tracts. ... ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. No date. 

An Address by Samuel Bowly, to the Friends' Temperance 

Union, 5th mo. 31st, 1865. 

BOWLT, William Crotch, of Cirencester. 

■ Early Friends in the Cotswold Country : being an account of 

Giles Fettiplace and other Friends of Cirencester and Glou- 
cestershire in a Letter to the "Friend," 7th mo., 1861, page 
176, and also printed in a Tract, entitled, Amariah Drewett 
and other Quakers. ... Cirencester, printed. 12mo. 1866. 

He died the 16th of the 6th month, 1861, and was interred in 
Friends' Burial-ground, Cirencester, aged 63 years. A minister 
seven years. See Testimony printed in Yearly Meeting Extracts, 
&c, 1862. 

BOWLY, Susan Maria, daughter of William C. Bowly. 

Henry S. A True Narrative. ... ... ... ... No date. 

Reprinted, 2nd Edition. ... Birmingham, printed. 32mo. 1866. 

BOWJNAS, Samuel, of Bridport, in Dorsetshire, was born in 

Westmoreland, about the year 1676. 
An Answer to George Keith. About 1702. Query The 

Title ? See Journal, page 58. 1st. ed. 1756. 

Printed in America, and distributed there. 

A Peeeace to " Some Testimonies, and Short Epistles, 

concerning Several worthy Friends in the County of Dorset, 
lately deceased. [Dated, Lymington, the 2nd of the 6th mo. 
1715.] Prefixed to Some Remains of Daniel Tayloe." 

8vo. 1715. 

Considerations on a pamphlet, entituled, " The Duty of con- 
sulting a Spieitual Guide, considered;" Given and handed 
about to the Inhabitants of MartocJc, Long-Sutton, &c- and 
the Author's Popish Arguments refuted and detected. 

8vo. Printed in the year, 1724. 

This pamphlet is Anonymous ; it was written in reply to Parson 
Bowyer. 

A Description of the Qualifications necessary to a Gospel 



3 W FRIENDS BOOKS. 309 

30WNAS, Samuel, — continued. 

Minister, containing Advice to Ministers and Elders, how to 
conduct themselves in their conversations, and various ser- 
vices, according to their Gifts in the Church of Christ. By 
Samuel Bownas. 

London : Printed by Luke Hinde, at the Bible in George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1750. 7 

Eeprinted. — "With an Appendix, and abridged Preface. 

London : Printed at the Bible in George-yard, Lombard- 
street 8vo. 1767. 7 

Eeprinted again. — "With an appendix, consisting of the Min- 
utes, Advices, Queries, &c, relating to the Conduct of 
Ministers and Elders, issued by the London Yearly Meeting. 

London, Manchester, printed. 16mo. 1853. 3^ 

An Account of the Life, Travels, and Christian Experiences 

in the work of the Ministry of Samuel Bownas. [Edited 
with Preface by J. Besse.] 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1756. 13 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1761. 13 

Eeprinted. — (No edition stated.) 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillips, George-yard, 

Lombard-street. 12mo. 1795. 8£ 

Eeprinted. 

Stanford : Reprinted by Daniel Lawrence, for Henry and 

John F.Hull. 12mo. 1805. 306 pages. 

Eeprinted in " The Friends' Library," edited by ¥m. Allen, 

Vol. 12 16mo. 1836. 

Eeprinted, in " The Eriends' Library," edited by "Wm. and 

Thos. Evans, Yol. 3 ... Philadelphia. 1839. 

Eeprinted, — called, New Edition. 

London : Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate-street ; Brighton : 

Arthur Wallis, fyc, Sfc. ... ... Foolscap 8vo. 1846. 18 

• An Account of the Captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, now or late 

of Kachecky in New England : who, with four of her chil- 
dren, and Servant Maid, was taken Captive by the Indians, 

and carried into Canada. Taken in substance from her 

own mouth, by Samuel Bownas. 

London : Printed and sold by Samuel Clark, in Bread- 
street, near Cheapside. ... ... ... 8vo. 1760. 2 

Eeprinted.— See Elizabeth Hanson. 
He died the 2nd of the 4th month, 1753, aged 77 years. 

BOWSTEAD, John —See Bousted. 

BOWNE, John, was born at Matlock, Derbyshire, in 1627 ; joined 

Friends about 1656 or 7. 
Memoirs of, 

See BowDEK's " History of Friends in America," Vol. 1. Chap. 17. 



310 A CATALOGUE OF BRi 

* BOTCE, Thomas, of Lambeth, formerly of PLorslydown i London. 

A Tailor. 

The Quakers Cruelty, Deceit and Wickedness, Presented to 

the King and Parliament. By Thomas Boyce. "With a 
copy of the Paper the Quakers put forth against me. Also 
my Neighbours Testimony, and Sir Richard Ingoldesby's Cer- 
tificate concerning me. 

The Bees may gather Honey out of a seeming weed. 

4to. London, Printed in the year, 1675. l£ 

To the Most Powerful in Authority, to unloose the Bonds of 

Cruelty and Oppression of an Aged Industrious Person, 
without Work or Friends 4to. 1694. \ 

* BRADFOBD, William, was born in Leicester, about the year 

1659. He was placed as an apprentice to learn the printing 
business with Andrew Sowle in London. Whilst in this 
situation, he appears to have been convinced of Friends' 
principles and was admitted into membership among them. 
Shortly after he was of age he married Elizabeth Sowle, a 
daughter of his late master, and then went over to 
America. This was in 1682 or 1683. A Certificate of 
Devonshire House Monthly Meeting, recommending William 
Bradford and Elizabeth his Wife, as members of the Society 
of Friends, was read in Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, held 
the 4th of the 11th month, 1685, and accepted. They were 
not however settled in Philadelphia, but in Oxford township ; 
and belonged to Oxford Monthly Meeting. His press was 
probably at Burlington, or at Chester, or at Kensington. — 
Having received his printing materials from England, William 
Bradford was now ready to carry on business. The first work 
that he printed appears to have been " An Epistle of John 
Burnyeat's, in 1686." In the year 1687, he issued a Pro- 
spectus for publishing by subscription a folio Bible with 
notes, but not receiving sufficient encouragement the work 
was relinquished. In the year 1691, he joined with George 
Keith in his controversy with the Society, and in 1692 wished 
to be discharged from the engagement as Friends' Printer. 
He removed to New York with his press in 1693, and was 
appointed printer to the government. There he continued 
to reside until 5th month 23rd, 1752, when he suddenly 
deceased, aged 94 years. 

He signed many books and papers during the Keithian Controversy. 
See George Keith and Thomas Budd. 

*BEADLEY, Thomas, M.D., of the Eoyal College of Physicians, 
London, was a native of Worcester, where he kept a Mathe- 
matical School, but having an inclination to medical studies, 
he was enabled to follow that pursuit ; and after taking his 
doctor's degree at Edinburgh, he settled in Westminster, and 
was senior Physician to the Westminster Hospital. 



BE A friends' books. 311 

♦BRADLEY, Thomas,— continued. 

Dissertatio Medica inauguralis — de epispasticis {i.e. Blisters). 

Edinburgh : 8vo. 1791. 

The History of the People called Quakers. Abridged from 

the Writings of Joh;n" Goitgh, William Sewel, &c, in 
2 Vols. [Anonymous, but supposed by him]. 

London : Printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, No. 55, 
Gracechurch-street. .. ... .. 12mo. 1799. 

Fox's Medical Dictionary revised and augmented. 12mo. 1803 ? 

A Treatise on Worms and other Animals which infest the 

human body. ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1813. 

Dr. B. was also one of the conductors of the foreign department of 

the Med. and Phys. Journal. 
He died in the rules of the King's Bench, in the 12th month, 1813, 

aged 62 years. 

BRADLY, Richard, of Chalfont, in Bucks. 

This is for all you the Inhabitants of Whitwell to consider, 

who deny the perfect life of Christ to be brought forth in his 
people here upon earth, and manifested in their mortal flesh 
by a ceasing from sin. And to all others whom it may concern. 

No Printer's name or place. [1660.] 1 

He died in Newgate 1st of 7th month, 1662. See Besse's Sufferings, 
Vol. 1, page 3S9. Folio. 

BRADSHAW, Edward, of Northampton. 

A Short Exhortation to Friends within the compass of North- 
ampton, Bugbrook, and Wellingborough Monthly Meetings, 
to keep up their Week-day Meetings. Folio, [about 1752 or 3.] 

He died the 5th of the 2nd month, 1763, and was buried on the 8th 
of the same. 

BRADSHAW, George, of Manchester, of the firm of Bradshaw 
and Blacklock, Proprietors of the celebrated Railway Guide, 
and of other useful and well-known topographical works, 
which are constantly issuing from the press down to the 
present time, but of which it does not seem desirable to 
notice in this catalogue more than the following. 

Bradshaw's Railway Companion. Containing the Times of 

departure, fares, etc. of the Railways in England — — Maps 
of the Country through which the Railways pass, and plans 
of London, Birmingham, etc. Manchester, printed, 12mo. 1812. 

— Bradshaw's Monthly Railway and Steam Navigation Guide, 
for Great Britain, Ireland, the Continent, and Foreign Parts, 
&c. No. 157. 8th mo. (August) 1st 1816. 

— Ditto, No. 169. 8th mo. (August) 1st 1S17. 

— Ditto, No. 1 80. 7th mo. (July) 1st 1818. 



312 A CATALOGUE OF BE A 

BEAD SHAW, G-eorge, — continued. 

Bradshaw's General Bailway Directory, etc., for 1850, etc. 

12mo. [1849, etc.] 

In the year 1849, Geo. Bradshaw republished a new edition of Clark- 
son's Life of Wm. Perm, with a Preface by W. E. Forster, in reply 
to Macaulay, at the end of which is An Address to Friends, pro- 
posing to bring out a series of cheap Standard Literature of the 
Society, should sufficient encouragement be given. 

He died suddenly of Cholera, at Christiana,, in Norway, the 6 th of the 
9th month, 1853, aged 53 years. For particulars respecting this 
occurrence see the Leeds Mercury and The Manchester Examiner. 

BEADSHAW, John, of Manchester. 

Letters, &c. of James Brandwood. — Edited by him. 12mo. 1828. 4 

See James Brandwood. 
BEADSHAW, Eichard, of Flower, in Northamptonshire. 

A Testimony to the Truth, and against that which makes a 

Profession of Truth, and yet can pay Tithes. [See a copy of 
this Paper in "Besse's Sufferings," Vol. 1, page 538.] 

Folio. Written in 1680. 

and others. — To the Judges of Assize, and General- G-aol-De- 

livery for this County of Northampton, The Humble Eequest 
of us whose names are here under-written, being Prisoners 
in the County Graol belonging to the said County. (In the 
same work, page 543.) 

He died about the 1st, being buried on the 4th of 5th mo., 1697. 

BEADY, Edward Poster, Superintendent of Croydon School. 

A Memoir of Edward Brady, consisting chiefly of Extracts 

from his Letters and Journal. [Edited by Peter Bedeord.] 

London : Harvey and Darton, Qracechurch-st. 12mo. 1839. 1\ 

He died the 11th of the 4th month, 1838, and was buried in Friends' 
Burial-ground, Croydon, on the 15th of the same month. — Aged 
nearly 36 years. 

BBAGG-, Jane, of Whitehaven. She resided sometime at Beckham 
Bye, London. 

Lays of early years, &c. (in verse) [Anonymous.] 

London : Printed for the Author, by Johnston and Barrett, 

Mark Lane 24mo. 1839. 4$ 

Birds and Insects. Dialogues in Prose and Yerse, illustrative 

of their Habits and Instincts. By Jane Bragg, with 30 En- 
gravings from designs by the Authoress. 

London: Harvey and Darton. ... ... ... 16mo. [1844.] 5-| 

Extracts on various subjects, religious and secular. Selected 

and original. (Part in verse). 

London: Darton and Hodge, Holborn Hill. ... 8vo. 1862. 7\ 

Verses for Children. [Anonymous.] 

Carlisle: Printed by H. Scott, 11, English- street. 24mo. 1862. § 

or 31 pages. 



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KAIDLEY, Margaret, Christr. Tayler, and Kichd. Hebson, of 
Westmoreland. 

Certain Papers which is the "Word of the Lord, as was moved 
from the Lord, by his Servants, to several places, and persons, 
that they may be left without excuse, &c. 

4to. No Printer's name, place or date. 2 
See Christopher Taylor. 



IBAIN, Tudor, Son of Benjn. and Mart Brain, of Ratcliff, 
London, was born the 1st of 4th mo. 1680. 

- A Seasonable Account of the Christian Testimony and 
Heavenly Expressions of Tudor Brain upon his Death Bed : 

being a Young man, aged about 17 years ; with a short 

Epistle Prefixed. Published for Instruction and Caution to 
the Youth among Friends, called Quakers. [By George 
Whitehead.] 

London, Printed and sold by T. Bowie, next Boor to the 
Meeting -house in White-ILart-Court in Gracious-street, 
and at the Bible in Leadenhall-street, near the Market. 

Small 8vo. 1697. 1 

Note. — Whiting gives the date of this book 1698. Query, whether 

reprinted ? 
He died the 3rd of the 10th month, 1697, aged about 17 years. 

IRAITHWAIT, John, of Cartmel, in Lancashire. 

- %A serious Meditation upon the Dealings of God with 
England, and the State thereof in general. 

4to. No Printer's name, place or date. \ 

Also at the end of the next, entitled, 
— The Ministers of England, which are called, the Ministers 
oe the Gospel, weighed in the Ballance of Equity : by way 
of consideration, whereby it plainly appears, whether they be 
the Ministers of Christ, or of Antichrist, &c. 

London : Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Sign of the 
■Black- Spread Eagle and Windmill, in Martin's Le- 
Grand. ... ' 4to. 1660. 2\ 

- To all Those that observe Dates, Moneths, Times and 
Tears ; This written, that they may see whether they follow 
the example and doctrine of the Apostle ; or whether they 
are such as the Apostle testified against. 

London : Printed for Robert Wilson, at the sign of the 
Black- Spread-Eagle and Windmill, in Martin's Le- 

Grand. Broadside. 1660. 1 

He died at Chippenham, in Wiltshire, in the year 

SRAITHWAITE, John, of Cumberland— 

He was buried in the compass of Pardshaw Monthly Meeting, the 
3rd of the 11th mo., 1703. 



314 A CATALOGUE OF BR 

BEAITHWAITE, George, of Kendal. 

A Memorial concerning George Braithwaite. — With a short 

account of his Wife and an Extract from one of his letters. 
By Eachel Lloyd. ... {Privately printed.) 12mo. 1829. 

He died in the 1st month, 1812, aged 66 years. 
BEAITHWAITE, Isaac, (his son,) of Kendal, in Westmoreland. — 

An Elder. 
— — A Letter by Thomas Thompson, to the author of a work en- 
titled " A Beacon to the Society of Friends ;" with a reply 
by Isaac Braithwaite. 

London : Hamilton, Adams, Sf Co., and Edmund Fry. 

8vo. 1835. 1 

He died the 27th of the 12th month, 1861, in his 81st year. 

BEAITHWAITE, Anna, (wife of Isaac). 

A Letter from A. B. to Elias Hicks on the nature of his Doc- 
trines, &c, &c. ... ... ... 8vo. Philadelphia, 1825. I 

- Sermon and Prayer by Anna Braithwaite, delivered in 

Eriends' Meeting, Arch Street, Philadelphia, October 26th, 
1825. Taken in shorthand by M. T. C. Gould, Stenographer. 
Philadelphia : S. Potter Sf Co., Chestnut Street. ' 8vo. 1825. 1 
She died the 18th of the 12th month, 1859, aged 71 years. 
BEAITHWAITE, Joseph Bevan, of London, son of Isaac and Anna 
Braithwaite, of Kendal. 

Thoughts on Books and Beading. [Anonymous.] 

Birmingham: Printed by White and Pike. ... 12 mo. 1848. 

Eeprinted.— The 2nd edition 18mo. 1849. 

Eeprinted. — By the " Tract Association." London : 12mo. 1849, 

Note. — There is also a 4 to edition with his name. 

Memoirs of Joseph John Gtjeney ; with selections from his 

Journal dnd correspondence. Edited by Joseph Bevan 
Braithwaite. In 2 vols. ... ... ... 8vo. Norwich, 1854. 69 

Eeprinted.— The 2nd edition. In 2 vols. ... Large 12mo. 1855. 45-, 

See J. J. Gurnet. 
BEAITHWAITE, Martha, (his wife). 

The Fireside Hymn-Book : containing JMectetf anti (©vtginal 

f&gmng ; compiled by Martha Braithwaite. 

London : Hamilton, Adams, Sf Co., 33, Paternoster Bow. 

16mo. 1865. 
Title, Preface, &c. 7 pages 
Text 247 „ 

BEAKDWOOD, James, of West- Houghton, formerly of Edgworth, 

Lancashire. 
Letters and Extracts of Letters of the late James Braudwood, 









JRA friends' books. 315 

JRAKDWOOD, James, — continued. 

(A Minister in the Society of Friends,) of West-Houghton, 
formerly of Edgworth, in tyc Countg of HancaStcr. [Edited 
by John Bradshaw.] 

M Be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you, 
a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear." 

1 Peter iii. 15. 

Manchester : Printed by Henry Smith, St. Anris Square, 
for John Bradshaw, Deansgate. Sold also by Harvey 
and Darton, J. Sf A. Arch, and Wm. Darton, London ; 
Wm. Alexander § Son, York; and D. F. Gardiner, 
Dublin. .:. 12mo. 1828. 4 

He died the 23rd of the 3rd month, 1826, in the 87th year of his 
age ; a minister upwards of 50 years. His remains were interred 
in Friends' burial-ground, at West-Houghton, on the 29th of the 
same month. 

IRAYTHWAITE, Elizabeth, of Kendal, in Westmoreland. 

— A Brief Relation of the Life & Death of (£lt£al)ctl) 33raptl)foatte, 

a Maid of the Age of about Seventeen years, who died in 
Prison for the Testimony of a good conscience, in the Town 
of Kendal, in Westmorland, the 26th of the 7th month, 1684. 
In several Testimonies hereafter inserted. 

4to. No Printer 's name or place. [1684.] 1 
Contents. 
The Testimony of A nne Gardner, her Mother. ... ... ... ... page 1. 

Do. of Thomas Gardner, Father-in- Law. ... ... ... page 4. 

John Braythwaite his Testimony, concerning his dear Sister Elizabeth 

Braythwaite. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... page 5. 

Postscript, by T. C. (the 30th of the 9th month, 1684.) page 7. 

1RAYTON, Patience, of Swansey, in the State of Massachusetts, 
North America. 

A Short account of the Life and Religious Labours of Patience 

Brayton, — mostly selected from her own minutes. 

New-York: Printed and sold by Isaac Collins and Son, 

No. 189, Pearl-street. 12mo. 1801. 5f 

Reprinted. — New-Bedford : Printed by Abraham Shearman, Jun. 

12mo. 1801. 6 

- The same. — New-York, Printed. London : Beprinted and sold 
by William Phillips, George-yard, Lombard-street. 12mo. 1802. 6 

- The same,— in Vol. 10, of "The Friends' Library." 

Philadelphia: 1846. 

She died the 30th of the 7th month, 1794, and was buried the 1st of 
the 8th month, in Friends' burial-ground, at Somerset, Massachusetts, 
aged about 60, and a Minister about 40 years. 









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316 A CATALOGUE OF BE] 

BBEALEY, Sarah, of Tewkesbury. 

Three Essays : on Begeneration, the Antedeluvian Patriarchs, 

and the Sourmtd of tfjc C-^ratlttesJ. 

London : Published by TV. Phillips, George-yard, Lomb&rd- 

street. (James Bennett, Printer, Tewkesbury.) 12mo. 1823. 10 

Contents. 

Essay 1st. — On Regeneration. 

Essay 2nd. — Spiritual improvements of the Names of the Antedelu- 
vian Patriarchs. 

Essay 3rd. — The Forty-two Journies of the Israelites spiritualized ; 
further to illustrate the work of Regeneration. 

BBEINTNALL, Joseph, of Philadelphia. 

> A Poetic description of John Salkeld's manner of preaching, 

published in a newspaper, dated January 3rd, 1739. 

Eeprinted in " Comly's Miscellany," Vol. 3, page 69. 2nd ed. 

12mo. 1815. 

BBEND, William, of London, who suffered much persecution in 
Xew England. 

A Short Declaeation of the Puepose and Deceee of the 

Everlasting Counsel of God's Heavenly Host, concerning 
his Eoyal Seed, and Noble Off-spring, the Eternal Plant of 
his own Eenown ; the Everlasting Covenant of Light, &c. 
(Signed W. B. only.) ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1662. 1 

Some addition to a former PAPEE : entituled, " A Short 

Declaration of the purpose and Decree of the everlasting 
counsel of God's Heavenly host, &c. 

London: Printed for R.Wilson 4to. 1663. 2 

%A. Loving Salutation to all Friends everywhere, in this great 

Day of Tryal, to stand Eaithful unto God, over all sufferings 
whatsoever, [wrote in Newgate Prison, in London, the 11th 
of the 9th month, 1662.] 4to. Xo Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

A Seasonable Warning and Wholesome Adyice for Mer- 
chants, Owners, and Masters of Ships, and that are occupied 
in the great waters, where the Lord, the Mighty Jehovah, 
maketh his Path. [Written in Newgate, the 17th of the 
10th month, 1664.] 

Broadside. Xo Printer s name or place. [1664.] I 

Oh ye Magistrates in and about this City of London. [Written 

in Xeiugate, the 22nd of the 6th Month, 1664.] 

Broadside. [1664.] 1 

A Tender Visitation and Eriendly Exhortation to all the 

children of Truth to be valiant in this day of Trial. Erom 
Newgate. ... 4to. Xo Printer s name, place, or date. [1664.] II 
He died in London, the 7th of the 7th month, 1676. 



|*RI FRIENDS' BOOKS. 317 

>EEBETON, John Le Gay, of Bradford, Yorkshire, now of Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

The Travels of Prince Legion, and other poems. By John Le 

Gay Brer et on. 

London : Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, fy Roberts. 

8vo. 1857. 11 

Poems. By John Le Gay Brereton, M.D. 

London: Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, 14, Ludgate 

Hill. ... 8vo. 1865. 10J 

3EEWSTEE, Ann, of Clapham, Surrey. 

— Testimony concerning her. — See Wm. Byed, also Testimonies. 

She died the 21st of 4th month, 1835, and her remains were interred 
at Croydon, on the 29th of the same ; aged 73"; a Minister about 
16 years. 

3EEWSTEE, Humphrey, of London. 

* To the Mayor, Aldermen, Majestrates, and Officers of the 

Military Eorce in this City of London - , & County of Mid- 
dlesex, for you to receive, and in patience to consider. 
Humphrey Brewester. 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. [1662.] 1 

Written the 2nd of the 7th month, called September, 1662. 
He died of the small-pox, the 17th of the 7th month, 1662, at Old 
Change, Cheapside, London. 

BEEWSTEE, Martha, of Edmund's Bury, Suffolk. 

— " Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vain ; 
for he will not hold him Guiltless, that taketh his Name in 
vain." [Anonymous.] 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date, [about 1799.] \ 

*BEIDGMAN, Eobert, of Huntingdonshire. 

dfollp anB <£nbv Detected : in some Brief Observations on a 

Late Scandalous Pamphlet, subscribed by D. S. Intituled, 
An Answer to several Passages, Citations, and Charges, in a 
Book published by Jfran. JSucjcr, styled, NewEome Arraigned, 
&c. By E. B. 

London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, near the Meeting 
House in White- Hart- Court in Grace-Church-Street, and 
at the Crooked-Billet in Holywell Lane, near Shoreditch. 

8vo. 1694. 1 

He afterwards left the Society and united himself with the 
Church of England (so called), and published his reasons as 
follows, viz. : — 

Some Seasons why Robert Bridgman, and his "Wife, and some 

others in Huntington-shire, have left the Society of the 
People called Quakers, and have joined in Communion with 



318 A CATALOGUE OF BE 

*BEIDGMAN, Kobert ,— continued. 

the Church of England. And some passages contained in a 
Letter of George Whitehead to E. J., and E. Bridgman's 
Eeply to the same. By Eobert Bridgman. 

London : Printed for Brab. AyJmer at the Three Pigeons 
over against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil, and Char. 
Prome at the Gun at the West- end of St. PauVs Church- 
yard 4to. 1700. 3 

Answered by W. Rawlinsos. 

BEIGGS, Thomas, of Cheshire. 

Thomas Brigges's Testimony (against a pamphlet, entitled, 

" Tyrannj' and Hypocrisie detected, &c") — inserted at page 

66 of Wm. Penn's " Judas and the Jews, etc. ... 4to. 1673. 

Note. — This Testimony is omitted in Wm. Penn's Collected Works, 
and is only to be found in the original. 

^f\ An Account of some of the Crabete and Sufferings of that 

Faithful Servant of the Lord, Cl)oma$ SrigcrS. And also 
several Testimonies concerning his Faithfulness to the Lord 
and Diligence in his Service till Death. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1685. 2^ 

He died at Eddlesione, in Cheshire, at his daughter's, the 6th of the 
3rd month, 1685, aged about 75 years. 

BEIGG1NS, Joseph, son of William Beiggins, of London. 

The Living Words of a Dying Child, Being a True Eelation 

of some part of his Words that came forth, and were spoken 
by Joseph Beiggins on his Death-bed. Being on the 26th 
day of the 4th Month called Ju?ie, 1675. Aged 11 years, 
Five Months, and 15 Dayes. 

Small 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1675. 1 

Eeprinted. ... ... ... 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1677 . 1 

He died the 3rd of the 5th month, 1675, between 11 and 12 years of 
age. Wilham, his father, died the 27th of 5th mo., 1688, aged 
about 60 years. 

BEIGHT, John, M.P., of Rochdale, Lancashire, is the son of Jacob 
Bright, of Greenhank, near Rochdale, and was born the 16th 
of the 11th month, 1811. 

— — Speech of John Bright, Esq., 3£.P., at the Nomination at 
Durham, on Monday, July 24th, 1813. 

J. Gadsby, Printer, Manchester. ... ... 12mo. [1843.] •§ 

An Address to the Tenant Farmers of Great Britain, with 

several of bis Speeches. In E. G. Welford's " Influences of 
the Game Laws." ... 8vo. 1846. 



EI FRIENDS BOOKS. 319 

RIGHT, John, — continued. 

— "War with Russia. Speech of John Bright, Esq., M.P., de- 

livered in the House of Commoni, on Friday, the 31st of 
March, 1854. 

London : 19, New Broad Street. [Richard Barrett, Prin- 
ter, Mark Lane.'] 8vo. 185L l\ 

— Mr. Bright' s Reply to Lord J. Russell. Speech of John 

Bright, Esq., M.P., in the debate on the Foreign Enlistment 

Bill, on Friday, the 22nd December, 1854. London. 8vo. 1S54. ^ 

— The Letter of John Bright, Esq., M.P. [to Absalom "Wat- 

kin], on the War, verified and illustrated by extracts from 
the Parliamentary documents, &c. 

London : W. fy F. G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

(Richard Barrett, Printer, 13, Mark Lane.) 8vo. [1854.] 1 

— Speech of J. Bright, Esq., M.P., in the House of Commons, 

on the War and the Ministry, with the opinions of the Press 

on the Speech. 

Manchester : Printed by Charles Chorlton, Account-Book 
Manufacturer, Engraver, Lithographer, fyc, 77, Oldham- 
street ... 8vo. [1855.] ^ 

— The only Authentic unabridged edition of John Bright's two 

Great Speeches delivered at Birmingham, on the 27th and 
29th of October, 185S. By a Special Reporter. 

London : Published by C. Elliot, Shoe-lane, Fleet Street, 

and sold by all Booksellers. ... ... Large 4to. [1858.] 2 

— Mr. Bright's Speeches (revised by himself) at Birmingham, 

Manchester, London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bradford, and 
Rochdale, with the schedules of disfranchisement and Re- 
distribution of seats. 

London : Judd and Glass, New Bridge-street, Blackfriars. 

8vo. 1859. 5J 

See also the various newspapers of the day, The Times, Daily News, 
Morning Star, etc., etc., for his speeches on Parliamentary Reform 
and other subjects. There are also accounts of him in a variety of 
books and periodicals, as well as many portraits, too numerous to 
mention. 

RINGHURST, John, of London. 

— Advertisement — " "Whereas Francis Bugg takes occasion to 

quarrel with Samuel Cater, &c." — prefixed to " The Liberty 
of an apostate Conscience discovered, &c." by Saml. Cater. 

8vo. 1683. £ 

Note. — John Bringhurst was a Printer and Publisher of Friends' 
Books during the years 1681-2 and 3 ; his residence was in Grace- 
church Street. At the end of one of these books, published in 
1683, he has this Advertisement : " This is to give notice, that 
John Bringhurst, Printer aud Publisher, who formerly lived at the 






320 A CATALOGUE OF BE 

BKINGHUKST, John,— continued. 

sign of the Book, in Gi'aceehurch Street, is now removed to the 
sign of the Book and Three Black- Birds, in Leaden-Hall-Mutton- 
Market, between the Black Bull and Colchester Arms, where any 
person may be supplied with Printing, books, and paper as 
formerly." 

BRINGHTJKST, Joseph, Jun., of Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania. 

Copy of a Letter from a Young man, a Quaker, in Pensyl- 

vania, to the late "William Cowper, the Poet. 

Chester : Printed at the office of Prosier and Son, in the 

Exchange 12mo. 1800. 

Eeprinted in The British Friend. 

*** This Tract is Anonymous, and without any written date ; but 
in a manuscript copy which I have seen, it is dated, "Philadelphia, 
3rd month 4th, 1796," and signed "Joseph Bringhurst, Junr." 

BRITTEN, William, of Bristol. 

The Powee of God, Overpowering the Ceeatttee. Which 

Power came upon me William Britten, the 3rd day of the 
11th Month, (called February) 1659, not suffering me to 
depart my Chamber, until I had promised the Lord to 
Answer a Book, which I had then never seen, and but once 
heard of ; set forth by William Prynne in defence of Tyths, 
&c. and to present the Answer in Print unto the Governing 
Power of England for the time being. But making delayes, 
and Fran. Spira-like, consulting with flesh and blood, the 
Lord terrified me in Conscience for neglect, yet in mercy did 
set me (like Jonah) the second time upon the same work. 

8vo. London, Printed for the Author, 1660. i 

Concerning the Kingdoms of God and Men, with their Dimen- 

tions, and Government, in plain scripture Truths tenderly 
presented to King Cbaeles the 2nd with his Counsel and 
Parliament. As also To such of his Justices and Magistrates 
whom it may concern. 4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

Silent Meeting, a Wonder to the World ; yet practised by 

the Apostles and owned by the People oe God, scornfully 
called Quakees. 

London: Printed for Robert Wilson, at the sign of the 
Black- Spread- Eagle and Wind-Mill in Martins Le 
Grand, (3 diffit. editions.) 4to. 1660. 2 

Eeprinted, with addition of Geo. Fox's, " Concerning Gathering 
in the Name of Jesus." 4to. Printed in the Year, 1671. 

Eeprinted. 1675. 2 

Eeprinted. — Glasgow : Printed by W. G. Blachie and Co., 
Villafield. 12mo. 1851. 

Wm. Britten was buried od the 15th of 12th month, 1669, at Bristol. 



a e friends' books. 321 

BEOMFIELD, William, of London. 

The Faith of the True Christian, and the Primitive Quaker s 

Faith : or, Eeligion according to sound Eeason, and agree- 
able with Holy Writ, and such as every Man may come to 
experience in himself, conformable to the New Covenant 
brought and taught by Jesus Christ, without the Help of \ 
Men made Priests, who by all their learning know not God \ 

nor his Christ, but exclaim against the Truth, and call that 
Error, and Error Truth, Isa. 54. 13. Jer. 31. 34. Jo. 6. 46. 
Heb. 8. 10. 1 Jo. 2. 20. 27. Who not having the Key of 
David, Jesus Christ in them, are ignorant of the Language of 
G-od and his Christ, Job 12. 14. Isa. 22. 22, Eev. 3. 7. Ch. 
11. 15. 12. 10. Ch. 20. 6. LuJc. 9. 20. With some Justice 
done to the Apostate and Hypocritical Quakers, who have 
turned the Grace of God into Wantonness ; and instead of a 
Grave, sober, and wise People, are become vain in their con- 
versation, and Habits, and Bullies, and Gamesters of the 
Town : Being a Eod for the Pool's Back, but a Praise to 
them that do well. ... 8vo. Printed for the Author, 1725. 11^ 

A Eeply, to a late Pamphlet, published by Henton Brown, 

called by Him, " An Examination of William Bromfield's 
Principles. With regard to the conception and Mission of 
Jesus Christ ; which he hath published as the Paith of the 
Primitive Quakers, in a late Pamphlet, intitled, " The Paith 
of the true Christian, and the Primitive Quaker's Faith." 
London : Printed for the Author, and sold by G. Straghan, 

Bookseller,, in Cornhill. 8vo. 1726. 4-J 

Note. — Both these books by W. B. tvere answered by Henton 
Brown. 

SEOOK, Mary, the Wife of Joseph Brook, of Leighton Buzzard, 
Beds, was born at Woodstock, in Oxfordshire. Her father's 
name was Brotherton, by profession of the Church of Eng- 
land. She was brought up with her aunt at Warwick, a strict 
Presbyterian, but mostly afterwards lived with her mother at 
Hook-Norton. She joined Priends about 1753, and was 
married in 1759. 
— Eeasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting! in order to the 
m Solemn Worship of God. To which are added, several quota- 
tions from Eobert Barclay's Apology. By m. b. 

London : Printed by Mary Hinde, at No. 2, in George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1774. 2 J 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Mary Hinde, at No. 2, in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. 8vo. 1774. 2^ 

Eeprinted. — The 3rd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Mary Hinde, at No. 2, in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 8vo. 1775. 2 J 

Y 



322 A CATALOGUE OF BE( 

, BEOOK, Mar)% — continued, 

Eeprinted. — The 4th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillips, in George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... 1778. 2 

Eeprinted. — The 5th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillips, in George- 
yard, Lomiard-street. 8vo. 1784. 2 

Eeprinted. — The 6th edition. 

Eeprinted. — The 7th edition, corrected. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Phillips, George Yard, 

Lombard Street 12mo. 1791. 2 

Eeprinted. — The 8th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillips and Son, 

George Yard, Lombard Street. ... ... 12mo. 1798. 2 

Eeprinted. — The 9th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George 

Yard, Lombard Street 12mo. 1804. 2 

Eeprinted. — The 10th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George 

Yard, Lombard Street 12mo. 1816. 2 

Eeprinted, a new edition. 

Manchester : Printed by John Harrison, Market- Street, for 
the Manchester and Stockport Tract Depository fyc. 

12mo. No date. 1 

The same. — London Printed, and Dicblin "Reprinted, by Robert 

Jackson, No. 20, Meath-street 8vo. 1774. 2 

Eeprinted again in Ireland, but no edition stated. 

Lublin : Printed by Rachel Maria Jackson, No. 20, Meath- 
street. 8vo. 1793. 2 

Eeprinted. — Philadelphia edition ... 8vo. 1795. 2 

Eeprinted in English and French, translated by Claude Gay. 
London : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, Lom- 
bard Street 8vo. 1782. ,3 

Eeprinted in French, translated by E. P. Bridel, entitled, 

Preuves de la Necessite de s'attendre en silence, pour rendre 

un hommage solemnel a Dieu. Aux quelees sont ajoutes 
quelques passages tires de l'Apologie de Eobert Barclay. 
Par Marie Brook, ouvrage traduit de l'anglois Par E. P. 
Bridel. 

A Londres : de Vimprimerie de Jacques Phillips, George 

Yard, Lombard St 12mo, 1792. 2 

another edition, French. ... 1845. 



;r o friends' books. 323 

'ROOK, Mary,— continued. 

(Reprinted. — Translated into German, entitled, Gmnde fur die 
nothwendigfeit des stillen barrens zur feyerlichen Gottesvere- 
hrung, von Maria Brook. Ausdem Englischen. 

Friedensthal, hen Ludwig Seehohm, 1803. 55 page& 

I — Extracts from " A Letter addressed to John Hall," on the 

(proper esteem of Holy Scripture, inserted in The Irish 
Friend, vol. 5, page 59, by Mary Brotherton (her former 
name.) 

— A Testimony concerning Mary Brook, from the Q. M. for the 
County of Bucks, held at High Wycombe, the 1st of the 4th 
month, 1783. — Signed by 48 Friends, inserted in " The 
British Friend," vol. 3, page 188. 

She died the 10th of the 11th month, 1782, and was buried in 
Friends' burying- ground, at Hogsty-end, the 14th of the same 
month, aged about 5(5. A minister about 27 years. 

JIOOKE, Mary, born near Manoquacy, in Maryland. 

A Memorial of Indian Spring Monthly Meeting concerning 

her. [In " Comly's Miscellany," vol. 2, page 174.] 12mo. 1836. 

She died the 25th of the 4th month, 1808, in the 73rd year of her 
age, and was interred in Friends' burying-ground at Sandy Spring. 

ROOKES, Edward, Son of Thomas and Mabtha Bbookes, of 
Philadelphia. 

— Life and Journal of Edward Brookes. [In " Comly's Miscel- 

lany," vol. 12, page 329.] 12mo. 1839. 

He died in the 6th month, 1827, aged nearly 69 years. 

ROOK, Uriah, of Highflatts, Yorkshire. 

A Short Account of the Inward Exercises and Christian 
Experience of Ukiaii Brook, late of Highflatts; with a 
Prayer, written by himself. To which are prefixed, Testi- 
monies concerning him. 

Suddersfleld : Printed hy Thomas Smart, Bookseller. 

12mo. 1804. f or 20 pages. 

Note. — The Testimonies are : William Earnshaw's Testimony con- 
cerning his father-in law, Uriah Brook. Henry Dickinson's Testi- 
mony concerning his father-in-law, Uriah Brook. Sarah Earnshaw's, 
Hannah Dickinson, and Joseph Brook's Testimony concerning their 
father, Uriah Brook. Elizabeth Brook's Testimony of her dear 
husband. 

He died the 21st of the 3rd month, 1758, aged 75 years, and was 
buried at Highflatts. 

BOOKSOP, Jone or Joan, of Derlyshire. Wife of Thomas 

Brooxsop. 
■- An Invitation of Love unto the Seed of God, Throughout the 

"World, With A WORD to the "Wise in heart, and a Lamen- 

Y2 



324 A CATALOGUE OF B R < 

BEOOKSOP, Jone or Joan, — continued. 

tation for New England. — Given forth from the movings of 
the Spirit of the Lord, by one who is known to the World 
by the name of Jone Brooksop. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson. 4to. [1662,] 2 

She died at her own house in the year 1680, and was buried od the 
28th of the 8th month. 

BEOWN, Asher, of Ohio. 

A Testimony from Miami Monthly Meeting of Friends con- 
cerning him. Tin " Comly's Miscellany," vol. 11, page 78.] 

12mo. 1838. 

He died the 2nd of the 3rd month, 1832, aged nearly 72 years. 

*BEOWN, George, of Shields. 

A Letter to Joseph Gurney Bevan ; containing observations 

on the Ministry and Discipline of the People called Quakers. 
[Anonymous.] 

London : Printed and sold by W. Glendinning , No. 25, 

Hatton Garden 8vo. 1803. 2 

2nd edition 8vo. 1804. 5 



BROWN, Goold, of New York, Son of Smith Brown, was born in 
Pembroke, Massachusetts, in 1791 ; he removed to Lynn, Mass. 
in 1837. 

The Child's first Book. ... New York, printed. 18mo. 1822. 

The Institutes of English Grammar methodically arranged. 

New York, printed. 12mo. 1823. 

Eeprinted in 1832 and 1846. ' * ^* " ' * * 

First Lines of English Grammar. New York, printed. 18mo. 1823. 

Eeprinted 18mo. 1827. 

Eeprinted. 12mo. 1844. 

An Obituary Memoir of Eobert E. Mott ; read before two 

literary Societies to which he belonged, and published at 
their joint request. By Goold Brown. 

New York : Published by Samuel Wood Sf Sons, No. 261, 
Pearl-street, and Richard Wood, No. 252, Broadway. 

8vo. 1827. 

■ A Grammar of Grammars. New York, printed. 8vo. 1850-51. 

Eeprinted, 2nd edition. large 8vo. 1857. 1070 page 

He died at Lynn, Mass. the 23rd of 3rd Month, 1857, aged 66 
years. For further particulars, see an interesting account of him 
in The American Annual Monitor for 1858, being No. 1 of that 
publication. 



E O friends' books. 325 

ROWN, Kenton, of Lombard Street, London, and a Member of 
Gracechurch Street Monthly Meeting, except during the 
latter part of his life, when he appears to have been of 
Southwark. 

— An Examination of William BromfieWs Principles, with 

regard to the Conception and Mission of Jesus Christ, which 
he hath published as the Faith of the Primitive Quakers, in 
a late Pamphlet, entitled, The Faith of a true Christian, and 
the Primitive Quakers Faith. Wherein, the People called 
Quakers are cleared from holding that Part of his Doctrine, 
and in which the said Principles are shewn to be erroneous, 
and contrary to the Testimonies of Holy Writ. With 
some Remarks on his Testimony against the Apostate 
Quaker. By Henton Brown. 
London : Printed for William Fllis, at the Queen's Head 

in Gracechurch-street 8vo. 1726. 4| 

— A Vindication' of Robert Barclays Apology for the Principles 

of the People call'd Quakers, against the attempts of Wil- 
liam jS"otcut, In a late Pamphlet, Entituled, An Impartial 
Review o/" Robert Barclay's Pretended Apology. In a Letter 
to a Friend at Lpswich. By H. B. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 
the Bible in George-yard, Lombard-street ; and also sold 
by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. Svo. 1732. 1\ 

— The Divine and Human Natures united in the Person of, 

Jesus Christ. Whereon is laid The Foundation for his 
receiving divine Attributions. Demonstrated by Scripture, 
and no Ways repugnant to sound reason. In a Calm Defence 
of an Examination of William Br outfield's Principles, with 
Regard to the Conception and Mission of Jesus Christ, pub- 
lish'd by him as the Paith of a true Christian, and the 
primitive Quaker's Faith. By Henton Brown. 

London : Printed for T. Warner, at the Black Boy in 

Paternoster-row. 8vo. No date. 9^ 

— An Examination of William Xotcutfs Reply to H. B.'s Vin- 

dication of R. Barclay's Apology. Wherein The Deceit of 
the said W. N. is farther manifested; his many Abuses of 
the People call'd Quakers detected ; and the Genuine Sense 
of their Writers asserted ; against his Gross and Palpable 
Perversions of them. By H. B. [Part by Joseph Besse.] 
London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. ... Svo. 1735. 14 

— To Friends belonging to the Monthly Meeting in Southwark. 

Signed in and by order of the said Meeting, loth of 2nd 
mo., 1711. By Kenton Brown, Clerk. [On their atten- 
dance of religious meetings]. ... ... ... Folio. 1711. 1 

He died of the dropsy, the 2 3rd of the 9th month, and was buried 

on the 1st of the 10th month, 1775, in Friends' burial-ground, 

Long-lane, Sonthvari. He was aged about 77 years. 



326 A CATALOGUE OF BE 

BROWN, Isaac, of the Flounders Institute, Aclcworth, near Ponte- 
fract, Yorkshire, formerly of Hitchin, Herts. 

The Old Banner : a Series of Essays by members of the 

Society of Friends. [Published in numbers, of which he is 
Author of the following :] — 
No. 4. Gospel Principles. 2nd edition revised. ... 23 page 

No. 8. The Lord's Supper. 2nd edition. ... ... 23 page 

No. 13. The Purposes of the Corning of Christ. ... 30 page 

London : Alfred W. Bennett, 5, Bishopsgate street, 

Without. " 12mo. 1866. 

■ The Historical Evidences of the Truth of the Holy Scriptures. 

Note. — This is a Paper which Isaac Brown prepared and which was 
read by him to the younger Friends of several of the Meetings in 
Yorkshire, London, and elsewhere. Query, whether printed ? 

BEOWN, Isabella, daughter of Richard and Isabella Brown, of 
Llanidloes, in Worth Wales. 

The Happy Effects of Religion on the mind in humble life, 

exemplified in infancy and old age, in the case of Isabella 

Brown, aged 12 years, and of Ursula Cottom, aged 75 years. 

London : JE. Couchman, Printer, 10, Throgmorton-street. 

12mo. JVo date. I 

Note. — Tract No. 65 published by the London Tract Association. 
Isabella Brown died at Achoorth School, in Yorkshire, in the year 
1822. 

BROWN, James, of Cheadle-Bulkley, in Cheshire. 

An Epistle of Love and Caution to the Quarterly and 

Monthly Meetings of Friends in Great Britain, or else- 
where. By James Brown. 

London : Printed and sold hy Luke Hinde, at the Bible in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... 8vo. 1751. 1 

Reprinted. — JSfeivcastle-upon-Tyne : Printed by L. Thompson 

and Co ' ... 8vo. 1754. 1 

Note. — The Testimony of Morley Monthly Meeting in Cheshire, con- 
cerning him is prefixed to this Epistle. 

He died the 12th of the 3rd month, 1750, and was buried sXMoblerly, 
aged about 71, and a Minister 17 years. 

BROWN, James, of Woodbridge, in Suffolk. 

■ An Address to the Youth of The Quarterly Meeting of 

Friends for the County of Suffolk. (3rd month, 1826.) 
Printed by Harvey, Barton and Co., Gracechurch-street, 
London. ... 12mo. [1826.] \ 

BROWN, James M. of Virginia. 

Primitive Christianity revived By William Penn. Co 

fofjtri) fe prefiretl H memoir of iknn, by James M. Brown, of 
Virginia. {With a Portrait of Penn and view of his Treaty 
with the Lndians.) 

[Stereotyped by L, Johnson § Co., Philadelphia. ,] 12mo. 1857. 3 



3 e friends' books. 327 

5KOWNE, Joseph, of Lothersdale , Yorkshire. 

Verses to the Memory of the late Joseph Browne, who 

had suffered a long confinement in the Castle of York, and 
Loss of all his Property, for Conscience sake. By James 
Montgomery. See his " "Wanderer of Switzerland and other 
poems," 5th edition. ... ... ... Printed in 1811. 

Note. — These verses are also inserted in Thomas Bulman's Life, pub- 
lished in 1851. 

5BOWJN", Joshua, of Little-Britain, in the County of Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania. 

- Some account of his Imprisonment and Sufferings in South 
Carolina, in 1778. [In Comly's Miscellany, vol. 9, page 
279.] 12mo. 1837. 

>RO WN, Moses, of Providence, Rhode Island, North America, was 
in early life a Baptist. 

- Observations on Samuel Shepard's Three Letters on Baptism. 
In a Letter to a Friend. 

Providence ; Printed by J. Carter. 8vo. 1793. 1^ 

- Notices of the Life and Character of the late Moses Brown, of 
Rhode Island. (From the Providence Journal.) In "The 
Irish Friend," No. 3, Vol. 2, page 17. r 1839. 

He died of the cholera, the 5th of the 9th month, 1836, in the 98th 
year of his age. 

JKOWN, Sarah, Daughter of William and Elizabeth Brown, 

kof Houghton, Huntingdonshire. 
A Short Account of Sarah Brown, who died the 25th of 2nd 
Month, 1821, aged nearly 19 years, 

York : Printed for W. Alexander and Son, §c. 16mo. 1821. 1\ 

4KOWN, Thaddeus, of Philadelphia, though not an acknowledged 
member of the Society, says " he professes unity in religious 
sentiments." 

— An Address in Christian Love, to the IhtfjalritantS of :PI)tTa* 
Ticlpljta ; on the awful Dispensation of the Yellow Fever in 
1798. By Thaddeus Brown. 

'Philadelphia : Printed for the Author ly P. AitJcen, No. 
22, Market Street ' ... 12mo. 1798. 3 

JEOWN, Thomas Crowther, of Cirencester. 

On the Public and Private "Worship of God, and the Silent 

"Worship of the Society of Friends. (For Private distribu- 
tion.) ... 8vo. Printed for Thomas Croicther Brown, 1856. 1 

- Suggestions for a Church of Unity. By a Layman. [Anon.] 

8vo. 1862. 

- A Layman's Faith, Doctrines and Liturgy. By a Layman. 
[Anon.] 

London : N. Trubner and Co., 60, Paternoster Bote. Svo. 1866. 9^ 



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328 A CATALOGUE OF BEO 

BROWN, Jemima (his daughter). 
Golden Dew Deops. 

1. — Little Sunbeams. 

2.— The Lark and the Rat. 

3. — Far Away. 

4.— The Three Water-Lilies. 

5.— The Two Voices. 

6.— The Golden Crown. 

7. — Little Hailstones. 

8.— The Seed on the Rock. 

9.— The Lost Pearl. 
10.— The Story of a Web. 
11. — The Wreath of Immortelles. 
12.— The Dog Violet. 

London : F. Pitman, Paternoster Bow. ... 32mo. 16 pp. each 
BROWN, William, of Houghton, near Huntingdon. 

A Tender and Affectionate Address to and Expostulation with 

the People of Israel, the $eu)£, signed Ahiezee. 

Huntingdon : Printed by T. Lovell, Bookseller, tyc. 8vo. 1814. ^ 

Some account of Abigail Beown, who died 22nd of the 8th 

month, 1814, aged about Fifteen years. By her Father, 
William Brown. 

London : Printed for Darton, Harvey, and Darton, No. 55, 

Gracechurch-street. ... ... ... 16mo. 1818. §' 

Eeprinted. — New York: Published by Samuel Wood fy Sons, 
No. 261, Pearl-street, and Samuel S. Wood Sf Co., No. 212, 
Market- street, Baltimore. ... ... ... 16mo. 1819. \ 

William Brown's Account of a Poor Boy, (James Clark) a 

Member of the Established Church, whom he took to learn 
the business of a Miller. 

London : Printed by Darton, Harvey, and Darton, No. 55, 

Gracechurch-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1818. \ 

N.B. — On the Title it is stated that "The Profits arising from 
this will be given to the Society for promoting Christianity among 
the Jews." 

Schemida, or an antidote against unlawful Marriages. By 

William Brown. 

St. Ives : Printed by S. Gardner, Crown-street. 12mo. 1839. | 

To the Members of the British and Foreign Bible Society. 

(Signed " Ahiezee.") 

Gardner, Printer, St. Ives. 12mo. No date. ^ 
He died the 12th of 4th month, 1846, aged 77 years. 
BROWN, William, Jun., of Preston, near North Shields. 

Man's Restoration by Becouciliation with God through Christ ; 

with Special Reference to the Teaching of George Eox. By 
William Beowf, Jun. 

London : A. W. Bennett. 5, Bishopsgate Without, E.C. 

8vo. 1860. 9 



U d friends' books. 329 

ROWNE, Edward, of Sunderland, was the Son of James Beowne, 
of Cork, in Ireland. 

— Some account of Edward Browne of Sunderland : with copies 

of fHanuScriptS respecting him. (Frontispiece.) 

Sunderland: Printed hi/ Jona. Richardson. ... 12mo. 1821. 1^ 
[Not Published.] 
Reprinted. — 2nd edition. 

Sunderland : Printed by PL. Burnett, Coronation Street; 
sold by Edward JlarsJi, 84, Houndsditch, and Harvey 
and Darton, London. ... ... ... 12ino. 1842. 1 

He died at the house of Joseph Hoare in Cork, the 27th of 8th 
month, 1730. 

ROWXE, John, of Nevis, in America. 

— In the Eleaventh month, on the Nineth Day of the Moneth,as I 

ivas icaitrng upon the Lord in the Land of my Nativity, the 
Spirit of the Lord then siynified unto me the second time, 
saying, Arise and take up a Lamentation over New Eng- 
land ; and being made willing, have writ asfolloweth. — With 
a Warning to the Eulers and Magistrates of Boston in New 
England — by Margaret Braister. B. — Printed in the Year, 1678. 1 

— The Eaith of the Martyrs in ]S~ew England vindicated. 
ROWKE, Samuel, of Leicester. 

— An Account and Testimony of & annul Bvoimtc, concerning 

his dear Mother Sarah Browne, Widow, who departed this 
Life at his house in Leicester, the 30th of the 9th Month, 
1693. [Part by Thomas Pitstow.] ... Small 12mo. 1693. 1 

RUSH, Edward, of London. (One of the first Friends that was 

banished.) S 

\ — and others. — A Vindication of the Cheistian Qtjakees, 
from the Malicious Insinuations, in a late Pamphlet, said to 
be signed on their Behalf by D. s. 

Folio. No Printer's name or place. [1694.] J- 

— The Invisible Power of God Known in Weakness, With a 

Christian Testimony of the experience and Sufferings of 
Edwaed Belsh, aged 91 years. By him Tenderly recom- 
mended to all moderate and well-inclined People. 

London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, near the Meeting- 
House, in White- Hart -Court in Gracious Street, and at 
the Croocked-Billet in Holy-well-Lane, near Shoreditch. 

4to. 1695. 2i 
He died the 13th of the 2nd mo. 1696, aged 94 years. 

UDD, Mary, Daughter of Joseph Btjdd, of Philadelphia. 

— Lines on the death of Mary Budd, — who died of the yellow 

fever, in the year 1S03. By Archibald Bartram. [In 
" Comlv's Miscellanv," Vol. 3,*page 228. 2nd edition. 

12mo. 1S45. 



330 A CATALOGUE OF BUI, 

*BUDD, Thomas, of Somersetshire, after of Pennsylvania. 

Good Order Established in Pennsilvania & New Jersey in 

AMERICA, Being a true Account of the Country ; with its 
Produce and Commodities there made. And the great Im- 
provements that may be made by means of ^Publtck J^torfc? 
tjousesf for Ijnup, flar, and Emncn^Clotl; ; also, the Advan- 
tages ofa $hiblicfc^diool, the Profits of a $htblt(M5anfc, and 
the probability of its arising, if those directions here laid 
down are followed. With the advantages of publick 
Granaries. Likewise, several other things needful to be 
understood by those that are or do intend to be concerned in 
planting in the said Countries. All which is laid down very 
plain, in this small Treatise ; it being easie to be understood 
by any ordinary Capacity. To which the Header is referred 
for his further satisfaction. By Thomas JBudd. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1685. 5 

% A True and Perfect account of the disposal of the one hundred 

Shares or Proprieties of the Province of West-New- Jersey, by 
Edward Bylling, dated the 13th of July, 1685. 

Note. — This paper he unadvisedly published in print. 

Thomas Budd, about the year 1692, joined with G-eorge Keith 
and others in their opposition to Friends, and the following 
are some of his publications during that schism, — 

A Brief answer to two papers procured from Friends in 

Maryland, the one concerning Thomas ~BudcVs favouring 
John Lynam, &c. the other concerning his owning George 
Keith's Principles and Doctrines. 

4to. [Philadelphia - ] Printed in the Year, 1692. \ 

A Just Rebuke to several Calumnies, Lyes and Slanders 

Reported against Thomas Budd. 

4to. [Printed by William Bradford, Philadelphia ?] No date. 1 

and others. — An Expostulation with Thomas Lloyd, Samuell 

Jennings, and the rest of the Twenty-eight unjust Judges 
and Signers of the Paper of Condemnation against Greorge 
Keith and the rest of his Friends. And Complaint for a 
Public Hearing and Tryal before all impartial People. 

4to. [Printed by William Bradford, Philadelphia. 1692.] 1 

This is signed by Thomas Budd, Richard Billiard, John Hart, Thomas 
Paschall, William Bradford, James Cooper, Elizabeth Keith. 

Reprinted in the next, following, 

-—— - A True Copy of Three Judgments given forth by a Party of 
Men, called Quakers at Philadelphia, against George Keith 
and his Friends. With two answers to the said Judgments. 

4to. [Philadelphia, Printed by William Bradford, 1692.] 2 






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BUD friends' books. 331 

*BUDD, Thomas, — continued. 

aud John Hart. — A Testimony and Caution to such as do 

make a profession of Truth, who are in scorn called Quakers, 
and more especially such who profess to be Ministers of the 
G-ospel of Peace, that they should not be concerned in 
Worldly Government. 4to. [Philadelphia, printed, 1692.] H 

Note.—" Given forth at the Monethly Meeting of the Christian People, 
called Quakers, at the House of Phillip James, the 28th of the 
12th Month, 1692. And ordered to go forth in the Name and by 
the Appointment of the said Meeting." With a Postscript by 
Thomas Budd and John Hart. 

and others. — The Great Doctrines of the Gospel of Christ, 
Owned, Believed and asserted in several Declarations or 
J^ennons' Preached in London, by Sundry Servants of Christ 
of the Society of Christian (OhtafccrS. 

London, Printed for Nath. Crouch, at the Bell in the 

Poultry, near Cheapside 12mo. 1694. 9 

Contents. — A Sermon preached by Thomas Budd at Devonshire 
House, London, June 17th, 1694. — A Brief Declaration of Thomas 
Budd, at the Close of a Meeting in Harp-lane, October 14th, 1694. 
— A Sermon preached by George Keith, at Devonshire House, 
June 17th, 1694. Kom. 10. 6, 7, 8.— The Great Necessity of Faith 
in the Lord Jesus Christ, as he is both God and Man, in order to 
Salvation. Held forth in a Declaration or Sermon, delivered by 
George Keith, at Gracechurch-street, August 22, 1694. — A Sermon 
preached by George Keith, at Devonshire House, August 26, 
1694. — The New Covenant Open'd : in a Sermon preached by 
George Keith, at Harp-lane, near Tower- street, London, Sept. 2nd, 
1694. — A* Sermon preached by George Keith, at Harp-lane, 
London, Septemb. 30th, 1694. — A Sermon preached by John 
Baunce, at Harp-lane, near Ton-er -street, August 19th, 1694.— A 
Sermon preached by Charles Harris, at Harp-lane, November 
4th, 1694. — A Sermon preached by Geoege Keith, at Gracechurch- 
street, October 31, 1694. — A Sermon preached by Thomas Budd, 
at Gracechurch-street, April 11th, 1694. 

A Testimony for Truth against error. ... ... About 1697. 

TDG-E, John, of Camborne, in Cornwall. A Minister. 

Some observations on important subjects, offered especially to 
the consideration of the more thoughtful amongst professors 
ofEeligion. [Aifo^".] 

Camborne: Printed by L. Newton. ... .. 12mo. 1S45. 1 

Some observations principally on the subject of religious 
worship ; affectionately submitted to the consideration of the 
Professors of Christianity. [Anon.] 

Camborne: P rinted. by L. Newton. ... ... 12mo. 1840. 1 

Eeprinted by the Tract Association, No. 10^3. 



332 A CATALOGUE OF BUG 

BUDGE, John, — continued. 

Memoir of John Dunstone, of Camborne, in Cormvall, who was 

blind for 44 years, till his death in 1856. By J. B. 

London : F. G. Cash, Bishojpsgate Street. J. Philp, Liskeard. 

Small 8vo. 1857. 3 
Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition, revised. 

London : W. Sf F. G. Cash, Bishopsgate Without. 

Small 8vo. 1857. 3 
He died the 17th of 7th month, 1864, aged 77 years. 

*BUGrGr, Francis, of Mildenliall, in Suffolk. I believe joined the 
Society about the year 1659 ; he suffered imprisonment in Ely 
Gaol in the year 1663 (see Besse's Sufferings) ; he afterwards 
about the year ]680, turned an envious and contentious 
Apostate, as will be seen by the following list of his books, 
though it does not appear that he left the Society till about 
the year 1684. Answers were given to most (if not all) these 
books by Saml. Cater, Benjn. Coole, Ann Docwra (his aunt), 
Edmund Elys {a Minister of the Church of England), John 
Love, Jun., W. Penn, Henry Pickworth, Caleb Pusey, Bobert 
Sandilands, John Yaughton, Geo. Whitehead, John Whiting, 
and others. 

A Bright Shining Light, Discovering the Pretenders to it. — 

(Signed Phil. Ang. i.e. John Pennyman. Eeprinted by 
Francis Bugg.) 

The 2nd edition 4to. London, 1680. 1 

Note. — The last two or three lines only, and the verse following on 
the last page of this pamphlet, were written by Francis Bugg. — 
See John Pennyman. 

— — - De Christiana Libertate, or, Liberty of Conscience, upon its 
true and proper grounds Asserted & Vindicated. And the 
fBtsdjtcf of JhupoStttonsr, amongst the People called Quakers, 
iilatJe Manifest. h\ Ctoo Parte. The First, Proving, That 
no Prince nor State ought by Force, to Compel Men to any 
part of the Doctrine, W r orship, or Discipline of the G-ospel. 
By a Nameless, yet an approved Author, &c. — The Second, 
Shewing the Inconsistency betwixt the Church-Government 
Erected by <&. dfoy, &c. and that in the Primitive Times : 
being Historically Treated on. To which is added, A Word 
of Advice to the Jirnrilbamans'. By Jranris 33u(jcr. 

London, Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by 
Enoch Prosser, at the Rose and Crown in Swithin's 
Alley, at the East end of the Royal Exchange. 8vo. 1682. 24 

Note. — In the Title-page of the 2nd Part of this book Bugg calls it 
" The First Part of Naked Truth." This book was answered by 
Robert Sandilands, a Scotch Friend, who himself afterwards fell 
away. See also George Whitehead and Samuel Cater. 

The 7th Part of the Christian Quaker Distinguished, &c. 

By William Rogers. [Part by Francis Bugg.] 

4to. London, Printed for the Author, in the Year, 1682. 12 



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BTJG-G-, Francis, — continued. 

- The Painted Hablot 53otft £trtpt antt WI)tpt, or the 2nd 
Part of Naked Truth, containing, a further Discovery of the 
Mischief of Imposition, among the People called Quakers, by- 
reason of a certain Law or Edict, made by G. Whitehead, S. 
Crisp, and others of the Leaders and Preachers of G. E.'s 
Party, at a Yearly Meeting, or General Council, held at 
London, the 27th of the 3d. Mo. 1675 ; strictly requiring us 
neither to Forsake, Decline, nor Remove our Meetings, like 
"Worldly, Fearful, and Politick Professors : whereby their 

Usurpations are manifest, &c. Being also a Brief Answer 

to a part of G. Whitehead' s Book, called, Judgment Fixed, &c. 
and S. Cater' s Narrative: of which R. Sandilands' Book 
gave advertisement, that it was long since in the Press, Enti- 
tuled The Lib. of an Apost. Cons. &c. Wherein the Liberty 
and Freedom that the said S. C. for himself and his Brethren 
[the Preachers of G. F.'s party stand for and vindicate] is 
manifested to be both Unchristian, Immoral, and Injurious, 
and as great an oppression to many of their Hearers, as that 
of Tythes, so much by them disclaimed. By a Lover of Jus- 
tice, f. bugg. Mildenhall, the 16th of the 5th Month, 1683. 

London, printed by J. Gain, for the Author, Anno, 1683, 
and are to be sold by F. Smith, at the Elephant and 
Castle in Cornhill : ichere also may be had the author's 
former Booh, Entituled, " De Christiana Libertate," £{c. 
which was printed, Anno, 1682 4to. 1683. 10J 

- Reason against Railing ; and Cvutfj against JfaMjootf : Being 
a Conclusive Postscript to be Annexed to a Book, Entituled, 
The Painted Harlot, both Stript and Whipt, &c. icrote by 
Francis Bugg ; and by him is sent forth in Per suit of a 
Certain Pamphlet Entituled, The Lib. of an Apost. Cons. &c. 

said to be wrote by Samuel Cater and George Smith ; ivho both 
refuse to own themselves Authors thereof: which Booh being 
taken, ought to be Arraigned and Condemned to perpetual 
Infamy, as a Work of Darkness. 4to. 1683. 2£ 

■ — flnno enter) 2FmtJtcate&, and Envy Rebuked. Being A Brief 
Answer to George Whitehead and John Tysoe, Touch-'mg 
John Anslo's Proceedings in Marriage. 

4to. No Printer's name or place, [1685 ?] 1^ 

The Quakers Detected, Their Errours Confuted, and their 

Hypocrisie Discovered. By a Lover of the Truth as it is in 
Jesus, Francis Bugg. 

London, Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by 
Edward Gyles Bookseller in Norwich, and Ralph Watson 
Bookseller in St. Edmunds-Bury. ... ... 4to. 1686. 3^ 

Note. — Francis Bugg had left the Society about two years when this 
book was written, and in it he makes the following solemn confes- 






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334 A CATALOGUE OF BUG 

*BUGG, Francis, — continued. 

sion : — " The first Point under consideration, is, how I came to be 
a Member of their Society, &c. In the beginnirg they taught, 
That all Men were Inlightened, according to John 1. 9. and that 
this Light, wherewith Christ had Inlightened them, was sufficient, 
if obeyed, to lead to Salvation ; and that it was the Work of the 
Ministers of Christ, to turn the People's Minds from Darkness to 
Light, and from the Power of Satan to God : Affirming, That this 
Light was a sufficient Teacher, Leader and Guide to every Believer, 
without the help of outward Prescriptions, Forms, Orders and 
Decrees' of Men : Upon these and the like Notions, I became 
persuaded to make Trial of their Doctrine, and when I came to see 
and observe their Practice, Conversations and Deportments in the 
Beginning, and what simplicity and plainness attended their 
Ministry, I was still more confirmed, that it was a Dispensation of 
the Love of God, sent as a Visitation to Mankind, and being thus 
persuaded, I was resolved to bear the Cross, and did utterly 
despise the Shame that attended them and their Message ; and 
was not behind any of my Equals, both in doing and Suffering for 
the Testimony thereof, as some amongst them can still bear me 
witness : And in this manner we went on for many years, and loved 
one another with Love unfeigned ; and doubtless God blessed our 
Meetings with the Comfortable Injoyment of his Presence, and gave 
us favour in the sight of Men, and not a word of Conformity was 
heard among us for many years together; nor no Lording over 
each other's consciences ; but as every Man was persuaded by the 
Lord, so he was frequently exhorted to walk," &c. 
On this confession, George Whitehead observes : — " From which solemn 
Confession thus made by F. Bugg, after he forsook our Communion 
and went -to the Publick (as he saith) it follows naturally that he 
did not forsake us because of our Christian Principle or Profession 
of the Light or because of our Doctrine, Conversation, Communion, 
or Meetings, or any dislike had thereof — but because he deemed us 
guilty of Apostacy from our first Principles or Profession." — See 
G. W.'s " Eambhng Pilgrim, or Prophane Apostate exposed," — in 
answer to 2 Books of F. Bugg's, printed in 1700. 

A Letter to the Quakers, shewing their frequent Addresses 

to, and Prayers for the late King James 2nd and their non- 
address, &c. to King William 3rd. 

— — A Looexn'G-Glass for the Quakers, in Two columns ; "Wherein 
they may in part see Themselves, and may also be seen by 
Others. The first Column is, what they formerly published 
against the Papists ; and the other Column is, what they 
Published on their behalf, when Uppermost. Phil. A* t glus. 
Licensed, May 14, 1689. 

London, Printed 1689. And sold at several Booksellers. 4to. 2 









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BUGG, Francis,— continued. 

A Letter to the Quakers, viz. To 6to. dfoy, ©co. TOjtte* 

Ijratt, dTra- CamfirltJ,, ^tcpljcn €vts"p, and the rest of your 
tivcarijcvS— Signed Phil. Anglus. 

London, Printed for the Author, and are to he sold by 

several Booksellers. Folio. A ug. 30. 1690. ^ 

Batteeing Bams against NEW BOME : containing a farther 

Discovery of €I)c ©ranU S^ponrtetc of the Leaders and 
Teachers of the People called Quakees. Together with a 
Publick Challenge to meet G. Fox, G. Whitehead, W. Penn, 
and S. Cater, to prove Matters of Fact. To which are added 
some Queries propounded to their Protestant Hearers, who 
are not of G. F.'s Party. By Fea^cts Bugg. Licensed 
Decemb. 3, 1690. 

London, Printed for Joh. Gwillim, Bookseller, in Bishops- 
gate Street, over against the Great James. 4to. Jan. 12. 169-J. 4 

- One Blow Moee at $efo &omc. Being an Appendix to 
Battering Bams, &c. containing a farther Discovery of the 
Grand Errours, deep Hypocriesies, and Romish Practices of 
the Leaders and Teachers of the People called (Quakers ; but 
more particularly G. Whitehead: being an Answer to some 
part of his Book, stiled, Innocency against Envy, &c. By 
Francis Bugg. 

London, Printed for Joh. Guillim, Bookseller, in Bishops- 
gate Street, over against the Great James. ... 4to. 1691. 2 

- fldv &ome <EJnma£k% and Her Foundation Shaken ; by a 
farther Discovery of the Grand Errors, Deep Hypocrisies, 
Popish Practices, and Pernitious Principles of the Teachers 
and Leaders of the People, called Quakees, &c. 

London, Printed for the Author, 1692, and are to be Sold 
by John Gwillim, Bookseller in Bishopsgate Street, over 
against the Boy al James, and John Dunton, at the Haven, 
in the Poultry, and Sam. Manship, at the Black-Bull, in 
Cornhill 4to. [1692.] 16 

-|lcfo 3ftomc ^rratgitttr, And out of her own Mouth condemned : 
Containing a Farther Discovery of the Dangerous Errours 
and Pernitious Principles of the Teachers and Leaders of the 
People called Quakees, "Which tend to overthrow the Chris- 
tian Faith : In answer to #corcre OTfjttcIjcafc'S Charitable 
Essay, &c. Who for his false Testimony, together with 
eleven of his "Witnesses that came in to his Assistance, are 
Examined, Tried, and Convicted of Perjury, and for the same 
put into the Pillory. By one who was more than Five and 
Twenty Tears a Member of their Society, being carried 
away with their Dissimulation, Feancts Bugg. 

London : Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by J. 



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*BUGGr, Francis, — continued. 

Dunton at the Raven in the Poultry, It. Baldwin in 
Warwick-lane, and J Gwillim in Bishops gate- street over 
against the Great James. ... ... ... 4to. 1693. 1( 

In this piece is a curious plate of 12 Quakers in the pillory for per- 
jury. Also, a Cage of Unclean Birds with many Friends in it. 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition, with some alteration and addi- 
tions by Francis Bugg. 

London : Reprinted for the Author, and are to he sold by 
J. Gwillim, Bookseller, in Bishopsgate Street. 4to. 1691. 

Some of the Quakers Principles and Doctrines, HafoS and 

Careers', &c. Eeprinted for the Sake of such as have not as 
yet seen them, or that have not duly weigh' d and consider' d 
the Tendency [and Dangerous Consequence] of Many of 
them. Eicnuctl. Sept. 20, 1692. [Afon.] 

London : Printed for John Gwillim, Bookseller, over 
against the Great James in Bishopsgate- Street, and 
Richard Baldwin in Warwick-lane. ... 4to. 1693. 

Something in Answee to the Allegations of the Quakers, in 

their Printed Case presented to the Mouse of Commons, 
Decemb. 1693. ... 4to. No printer 's name or place. [1693.] 

(JRuafcmSm ftSHttfyermcj;, and Christianity Eeviving, or, a Brief 

Eeply to the (QualurS Pretended Vindication. In Answer 
to a Printed sheet deliver'd to the Parliament. Wherein 
Their errors, both in Fundamentals and Circumstantials, are 
further detected, and <&. £2Ii)ttd)eaTl further unmasked. By 
an Earnest Contender for the Christian Faith, Francis Bugg, 
Licens'd, March 3, 169}. 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by J. Dunton 
at the Raven in the Poultry, and J. Guillam Bookseller 
in Bishop sgate-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1691. 

*#* This has a curious frontispiece of "a Quaker on Crutches," or 
Quakerism Drooping. 

tfEuafcertSm &natomi$cti, by a charge against the Quakers, with 

a Challenge to Eichard Ashby, one of their Teachers, to come 
forth in their Yindication. 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1691.] 

The Quaker's Yearly Meeting or Convocation Impeached on the 

behalf of the Commons of England, by Francis Bugg. 

London : Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by 
John Guillam in Bishopsgate-street. ... 4to. 1695. 

A Second Summons to the City Abel, 2 Sam. 20. To deliver 

up Sheba, the Son of Bichri, that Man of Belial ; by way of 
Metaphor, alluding to the Quakers and Greo. "Whitehead : and 



J U G- FRIENDS' BOOKS. 337 

BUGG, Francis, — continued. 

may serve for a Reply to their Answer to vnj Printed Sheet, 
siiled, The Quaker's Yearly Meeting Impeached, &c. 

London : Printed for the Author, and are to he sold by 

John Gwillam, Bookseller, in Bishopsgate-street. 4to. 1695. H 

- The Quakees Set m tfjn'v true 3Ltc$f)t, in order to give the 

Nations a clear sight of what they hold concerning Jesus of 
Nazareth*, the Scriptures, Water Baptism, the Lord's Supper, 
Magistracy, Ministry, Laws, and Government. Historically 
collected out of their most approved Authors, which are their 
best Construing books, from the year of their Rise 1650, to 
the year of their Progress 1698. By Francis Bugg, Senior. 
London, Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by C. 
Brome, at the Gun, at the West End of St. Pauls. 

4to. 1696. 6J 

— George Whitehead's Oath, shewing the Quakers prevaricating 

about Swearing. (Dated, " March 30th, 1696," and signed, 

" For Fea. Bugg, Senior." ... Folio. [1696.] | 

- A Brief History of the Eise, Growth, and Progress of Quaker- 

ism ; setting forth, that the Principles and Practices of the 
Quakers are Antichristian, Antiscriptural, Antimagistratical, 
Blasphemous, and Idolatrous, from plain matter of fact, out 
of their most approved Authors, &c. Containing also, a 
modest correction of the General History of the Quakers ; 
wrote in Holland by Gerard Croese. 

8vo. London, Printed Anno, 1697. 12^ 

— The Picttjee of (^uafcmsm Drawn to the Life in 2 Parts. 

The First, Shewing the Vanity of the Quakers' pretence of 
their being the One only Catholic Church of Christ, &c. — 
The Second, Containing a Brief History of the Eise, Growth, 
and Progress of Quakerism ; being a modest correction of 
the General History of the Quakers, wrote in Holland by 
Gerrard Croese. By Francis Bugg, Sen. 
London, Printed for, and are to be sold by W. Kettleby at 

the Bishop s Head, in St. Paul's Church-yard, and W. 

Rogers at the Sun in Fleet Street 8vo. 1697. 22 

— An Useful Prologue to the Picture of Quakerism once more 

drawn to the Life — by Francis Bugg, Printed in the Years 
1714, 1716, 1717 in 8 Parts. Sold by E. Wilkin at the 
King's Head in St. Paul's Church-yard, and Sam. Keble, at 
the Turk's Head in Fleet Street, London, Anno 1718. Price 
3d. and bound with the said 8 Parts. 

— An Appendix to the Prologue of the Picture of Quakerism in 

8 Parts. Drawn to the Life. 

London : Printed for the year 1719, and sold by R. Wilkin, 

Z 






338 . A CATALOGUE OF B U ( 

*BUGG, Francis, — continued. 

at the King's Heady in St. PauVs Church-yard : and 
Samuel Keble, at the Turk's Head, in Fleet Street. 

8vo. 1719. 

A Sober Expostulation, with some of the Hearers of the 

Quakers, Against the insolent Boldness of their fHcrccuavi) 
Ceatf)n.'£. In Two Tracts, viz. Their Sober Expostulation 
with the Clergy, &c. by G. Whitehead. Their Primitive 
Christianity continued, &c. By Jos. Wyeth. Being a Vindi- 
cation of Mr. Archer, Mr. Smithies, and the Reverend Author 
of the Book, Intituled, The Snalce in the Grass, from the 
Quakers' foul Imputations ; as well as a farther Discovery of 
the Audacious Insolency of the Ring-leaders of that Sect : 
Being a Forerunner of a farther confutation of their Errors 
and pernicious Principles, which tend to Undermine the 
Christian Religion. By Erancis Bugg, Senior. 

London : Printed for C. Brome, at the Gun, at the West- 
end of St. Paul's 8vo. [169J.] 2 

~~ — The pilgrim's -Progrefiitf, from Quakerism, to Christianity. 
Containing a farther Discovery of the Danger of the Growth 
of Quakerism, not only in Point of Doctrine, but also in their 
Politicks, in what they call their Church- Government, both 
from Matter of Eact, Practice, and Experience ; from the 
Connection of the Use and Design of their silent meetings, 
their Monthly, Quarterly, and Yearly Meetings, &c. their 
Eund or Common Stock ; with the consequence of it. To- 
gether with a Remedy proposed for the Cure of Quakerism. 
To which is added an Appendix : Shewing, Wherein there 
is a most Damnable Plot Contrived and Carrying on 
by New Rome, and that by a United Confederacy against 
the Reformed Religion, and the Professors thereof; both 
Magistrates, Ministers and People. With a Challenge to 
Geo. Whitehead, (Her Chief Cardinal) to prove the 
same. By Erancis Bugg, Sen. [With a Portrait of 
Erancis Bugg, aged 58 years, and a plate of The Quaker's 
Synod.] 

London : Printed for, and are to he sold by W. Kettleby, at 

the Bishop's Head, in St. Paul's Churchyard. 4to. 1698. 23 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition, corrected and enlarged. 

London : Printed by R. Jane way, Jim. for the Author, and 
sold by J. Bobinson, at the Golden Lion, in St. Paul's 
Churchyard ; and Ch. Brome, at the Gun, in Ludgate- 
street 8vo. 1700. 26 

Seventy Queries to Seventy Quakers ; or, A Second Sober Expos- 
tulation with the Hearers amongst the Quakers, by way of 
Interrogation ; touching the Doctrine and Practice of their 
Mercenary Teachers, expecting their Answer, or else shall con- 



j U G FRIENDS' BOOKS, 339 

BUGGr, Francis, — continued. 

elude by their Silence, they assent to what is objected against 

them by Fra. Bugg. 

Written by the Author of The Pilgrim'' s Progress from 
Quakerism to Christianity, Sfc, September, 1698, and 
both sold by W. Kettleby, at the Bishop's Head, in St. 
PauVs Churchyard, London. ... ... ... 4to. [1698.] 1 

- Some Reasons Humbly Proposed to the Lords Spiritual and 
Temporal Assembled in Parliament, why the Quaker's Prin- 
ciples and Practices should be Examined, and Censured or 
Suppressed. As also, Some Reasons why I thus proceed. 
[With a Scheme of the Quaker's Synod.] 

London : Printed for the Author by Mich. Janeivay, Jun., 
on Addle-hill, near Doctors' Commons, and sold by J. 
Bobinson, at the Golden Lion, in St. Paul's Churchyard ; 
where also may be had his other books. ... B. 1699. 1 

• Jezebel Withstood, and Her Daughter < B\mt 3Bot\m'&,Publickly 
Beprov'd for Her Lies and Lightness in Her Book, stiled, 
An Apostate Conscience, ]&c. (Written, April, 9th, 1699.) 
By Francis Bugg. 8vo. N'o Printer's name or place. [1699.] 1 

- Quakerism Exposed to Publick Censure, by a Brief Narrative 
of the Proceedings between some of the Norfolk Clergy and 
the Quakers, at a late Conference at West Dereham Church; 
wherein is set forth the Quaker's challenge, the Clergies' 
charge, and the Gentry's Petition, prepar'd ready to present 
to the Parliament. Also, A Brief Answer to Four of the 
Quakers' Books and Papers relating to the same. All Pub- 
lished to prevent false Eeports. By Francis Bugg. [With 
a plate of the Quaker's Synod.] 

London : Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by J. 
Bobinson, at the Golden Lion, in St. Paul's Churchyard ; 
and H. Bhodes, at the Star, in Fleet-street. ... 8vo. 1699. 5 

— A Postscript to the Norfolk Clergy's Book, i.e, " A Brief Dis- 
covery of some of the Blasphemous and Seditious Principles 
and Practices of the People called Quakers, &c." 4to. 1699. J 

— The Christian Ministry of the Church of England Yindicated 
and Distinguished from the Antichristian Ministry of the 
Quakers. Containing A Brief Reply to a False and Foolish 
Libel, stiled, a Letter to the Clergy of the Diocese of Norfolk 
and Suffolk, &c, by a Nameless Author, yet a pretended 
Member of the Church of England, Wherein his folly is 
Detected ; his Lies Confuted ; his Weakness Discovered ; 
and his Malice Reproved. By a Member of the Church of 
England, Francis Bugg. 

London : Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by J. 
Bobinson, at the Golden Lion, in St. Paul's Churchyard ; 
and H. Bhodes, at the Star, in Fleet-street. ... 8vo. 1699. 2 

Z2 



340 A CATALOGUE OF BU< 

# BUGG, Francis, — continued. 

A Modest Defence of my Book, entituled, Quakerism Ex- 
pos' d : as also of my Broad Sheet ; with a scheme of the 
Quaker's Yearly Synod ; and other Books, presented 
Anno 1699 to the Parliament. And G. Whitehead' '* Inside 
turned Outward, by Eeprinting his Ancient Book Ishmael, 
Sfc, intirely shewing thereby the Quaker's Ancient Testi- 
mony of contempt of the Holy Scriptures, and Blasphemy 
against the Blessed Trinity ; and they tell us they are not 
chang'd. By Francis Bugg. [In 3 Parts.] 

London : Printed by R. Janeway, Jun.for the Author, and 
sold by J. Robinson, at the Golden Lion, in St. Paul's 
Churchyard ; II Rhodes, at the Star, at the corner of 
Bride-lane, Fleet-street; Ch. Broome, at the Gun, in 
Lud gate-street ; and J. Marshall, at the Bible, in Grace- 
church-street. ... ... ... ... ... ... 1700. 

The Quakers' Anguis Flagellatus examined and refuted. 

A Brief Eeplt to George Whitehead's Book, stiled, A Ramb- 
ling Pilgrim ; in answer to a Book, intitled, The Pilgrim's 
Progress from Quakerism to Christianity, etc. 

London: Printed by R. Janeway, Jun. y and sold by J. 
Robinson, at the Golden Lion, in St. Paul's Churchyard ; 
and C. Brome, at the Gun, in Ludgate-street. 8vo. 1700. J 

A Just Rebuke to the Quakers' Insolent Behaviour, in their 

Two Books, i. e., A Just Censure, &c, the other, A Sober 
Reply, &c, both presented to some Members of Parliament. 
Also a Dialogue between a Civilian and a Quaker. 

London : Printed for the Author by Rich. Janeway, Jun., 
near Doctors' Commons. ... ... ... ... B. 1700. 

William Penn, the Pretended Quaker, discovered to hold a 

correspondence with the Jesuite's at Rome. To which is 
added a Winding-Sheet for Ann Docwra : By Jraitas Ipugg. 
London : Printed for J. Gwillim, against Crosby-square] in 
Bishopsgate-street. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1700. 

i, — — another edition, with a (written date at the end, " June 29th, 

1700.") ... ... 8vo. No Printer's name, place, or date. 

A Collection of some Passages (Touching those called 

Quakers ) which were writ (with much more of the same 
tendency) by several that were, or still are, amongst that 
People, &c. [By J. Pennyman.] (at the end of the 2nd 
edition of his Pilgrim's Progress, 1700), also a Catalogue of 
Books wrote by Francis Bugg. ... ... ... 8vo. [1700.] 

■ A Brief Answer to the Quaker's Narrative, &c, wrote by Edw. 

[should be Henry] Pick worth of Sleeford in Lincolnshire. 

8vo. No Printer s name or place. [1701.] 



U G- friends' BOOKS. 341 

3TJGG-, Francis, — continued. 

— News from New Eome, Occasioned by the Quakers Challeng- 

ing of Jrmtris BJtrgg, whereby their Errors are further exposed. 
With a Brief Reply to Henry Piclcworth' s Narrative ; and 
something in Answer to Two of the Quakers' Books presented 
to some Members of Parliament. By Francis Bugg. — 
gkfos, gtamli. 1. 

Loudon : Printed by R. J anew ay for the Author, and sold 
by J. Robinson, at the Golden Lion, in St. Paul's Church- 
yard ; and Ch. Brome, at the Gun, at the West- end of 
St. Paul's ; and Geo. Strahan, at the Pall, over against 
the Eoyal Exchange 8vo. 1701. 4| 

— A Letter of Eeproof to Henry Pickworth, (Written, " June 
11th, 1701.") ... 8vo. No Printer's name or place. [1701.] J 

— Some Eemarks on the Quaker's Address to his Majesty, dated 
8th of 10th month, 1701. 

Sold by J. Robinson, at the Golden Lion t in St. Paul's 
Churchyard ; and C. Broome, at the Gun } on Ludgate- 
street, London. ... ... ... ... Polio. 1701. -J 

Eeprinted, — The 2nd edition, corrected Polio. 1701. \ 

— A Seasonable Caveat against the Pre valency of Quakerism. 

Containing a List of one of their Parliaments, and Forty- 
four of their Canon Laws. As also Their Errors in Doctrine 
and Politicks in Government, and the methods they take to 
support both ; likewise Geo. Whitehead's mournful Letter of 
Condolence, Mr. Crisp's Letter of Eeproof to Ann Docwra, 
and G. Pox's last Will and Testament. Together with an 
Expostulatory Conclusion, reflecting on the Quaker's Peti- 
tion, by their witnessing against Parliaments, &c, a Hint 
also of their Arbitrary Government in Pensilvania, and a 
Touch-stone for Robert Barclay's Apology. Published for 
information by P. Bugg. (With his Portrait in his 61st 
year.) 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by J. Robinson, 
at the Golden Lion, in St. Paul's Churchyard ; and Ch. 
Brome, at the Gun, at the West-end of St. Paul's ; and 
Geo. Strahan, at the Ball, over against the Royal 
Exchange. 8vo. 1701. 8 

— Quakerism deeply Wounded, and now lyes a Bleeding in Slee- 

ford and Colchester. 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by J. Robinson, 
at the Golden Lion, in St. Paul's -Church- Yard ; and 
Ch. Broome, at the Gun in Ludgate- Street. 8vo. 1702. 1 

— Vox Populi : or, a Cloud of Witnesses, proving the Leading 

I Quakers, great Impostors by undeniable Evidence, both of 
the Divines of the Church of England, and many of the 



342 A CATALOGUE OF BUG 

*BUGG, Francis, — continued. 

most eminent Preachers amongst the Protestant Dissenters. 
Humbly submitted to Authority. By Francis Bugg. 
London: Printed by 11. Jane way, for the Author; and sold 
by H. Mortlock, and W. Kettleby, in St. Paul's Church- 
Yard ; and Ch. Brome, at the Gun, in Ludgate Street. 

8vo. 1702. 3 

Eeflections on the Quakers' Printed Case, intituled, The Case 

of the People commonly called Quakers, relating to Oaths, 
humbly offered to the Consideration of the House of Peers, 
&c. by way of Inference from their Doctrine recited in Vox 
Populi, &c. Folio. No Printer's name or place, [about 1702.] 

The Last Will and Testament of that Impostor George Fox, the 

Quaker's admired Idol, Written with his own Hand, and is 
now lying in the Prerogative- Office, by Doctor's-Commons, 
London : Attested so to be, by G. "Whitehead, S. Mead, and 
~W. Ingram ; as more largely is recited in my Booh, Quakerism 
Drooping, &c. p. 147. Printed 1703. And may serve for an 
Answer to the Quakers Query in their Book, A Light Shining 
out of Darkness, &c. p. 116. viz. Is not the Gospel of John 
as bad Greek as any Quaker's English ? 

The 5th Edition : Printed for Francis Bugg 

and Soldby C. Brome and J. Tayler, in St. PauVs Church- 
Yard. (Price 2d.) Broadside. 1703. 1 

Note. — There are eight impressions or editions of this Will as pub- 
lished by Francis Bugg. 

A Narrative of the Conference at Sleeford in Lincolnshire, 

between Francis Bugg, and Henry Pickworth, August 25th, 
1701. AVherein, not only the contradiction of the Quakers 
to the Holy Scriptures, in the great Fundamentals of Chris- 
tianity, but their great Inconsistency one with another ; and 
particularly, between Fox, Whitehead, Penn, fyc. and their 
highly Eenown'd Author Bobert Barclay, in his Apology, is 
chiefly Manifested and Detected. Also, An Account of the 
occasion of this Conference ; and how the Quakers Books 
came to be Burnt at the Market-Cross ; with several Certifi- 
cates for Confirmation. To which are added, Two Chapters 
shewing how the Quakers assume to themselves, those Divine 
Attributes due only to God Almighty, and his Son Jesus 
Christ. — Writ and Publish'd by Francis Bugg. 

London, Printed for the Author, and sold by John Tayler at 

the Ship ; and B. Wilkins, at the King's Head in St. 

PauVs-Church-Yard. " ... 8yo. 1702. 11 



Distinct Advice on two different Heads, given to the People 
calPd Quakers. — First, "With respect to a Conference to be 
had with their Teachers at Banbury, the 21th of September 
1702. — Second, Eelating to a Conference already had at 






3 u G- friends' books. 343 

! BUGGr, Francis, — continued. 

Colchester, May the 21th 1702. With a Brief account of the 
same, by Francis Bugg. 

London, Printed for the Author, and sold by J. Taylor at 
the Ship, and R. Wilhins at the King } s-Head in St. 
PauVs Church- Yard 8vo. 1702. 1 

2nd edition. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. London, 1703. 1 

— The Quaker's Charm Discovered : Whereby they bewitch, 
not only their own deluded Followers with their Sorceries, — 
but also many other unthinking People. — By a brief Reply to 
their late Book, Intituled Fruits of Retirement, &c. 

London Printed, and sold by J". Taylor at the Ship, and R. 
Wilhins at the King's Head in St. PauVs Church Yard. 

Svo. [1702.] 1 

- News from Pensilvania : or a Brief Narrative of Several 
Eemarkable Passages in the Government of the Quakers, in 
that Province. Touching their Proceedings in their Pre- 

tended Courts of Justice ; their Way of Trade and Com- 
merce ; with Remarks and Observations, upon the whole. 
Published by the Author of The Pilgrim's Progress. 

London : Printed and sold by the Booksellers. Svo. 1703. 2-| 

A Bomb Thrown amongst the Quakers in Norwich, Which will Q, . 

Reach their Friends in Bristol, and set Fire on the CombuS' p-uwObC 
tible Matter thorow their whole Camp in England and Wales. W* ^ 

2nd edition corrected and enlarged. 

Printed at Norwich, and sold by Norwich Booksellers, and 

by J. Taylor at the Ship, and R. Wilkins at the King's \^^ 
Head in St. PauVs Church-Yard, London. 

8vo. 1702 and 1703. | 
3rd impression. 

Note. — This book was answered by Caleb Pvsey, in his book, entitled 
" The Bomb searched and found Stuff'd with false Ingredients," &c. 
4to. 1705. There is also another answer, by one J. p., who, I 
believe, was not a Friend, entitled " F. B.'s Bomb obstructed in 
it's Motion and hammered about his own Pate ; being an idem 
dialectical return to a late Crackbrain'd harangue emitted by a 
Theological Mountebank," &c. 4to. 1702. 

{Quakerism Drooping, and its cause Sinking : clearly manifested 

from divers conferences, and other Proceedings with the 
Quakers, at Banbury, Sleeford, Colchester, and Mildenhall. 
By a Servant of the Church, F. Bugg. Also, a Reply to the 
Quakers Apology, why they refused to meet Francis Bugg 
the 21st of September, 1702, to Defend themselves from his 
Charge. By Ben. Loveling, M.A. Vicar of Banbury. 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by C. Brome at 
the Gun, J. Taylor at the Ship, and R. Wilkins at the 
Kings Head, in St. Paul' s-Church- Yard. ... Svo. 1703. 12J 




J 



344 A CATALOGUE OF BUG 

*BUGG, Francis, — continued. 

A Briee Beplt to the Quakers' Book, falsely called Vindica 

Veritatis ; said to be an Answer to John S tilling flee f s Trea- 
tise, Seasonable Advice concerning Quakerism. 

Printed for H. MortlocTc, at the Phoenix in St. PauVs 

Church- Yard 8vo. 1703. 2 

Note.— There is a curious woodcut on the last page, "Egyptian 
Quakerism Slain." 

A Christian Invitation to the Quakers of Bristol, &c. 

■ A Brief Keply to the Quaker's Printed Case, touching the 

Printing Bill 1704. 1 

A Bejoinder, being in Defence thereof, both given to the 

Parliament. 1704 1 

A Quaker Catechism. To which is added, &\z Hjjorlest Mug 

with Daniel Deeoe. 

London, Printed and sold by H. Sills in JBlachfryars near 

the Wqterside. 8vo. [1706.] 1 

Note. — This piece was written in reply to Daniel Defoe's Vindication 
of Friends, in his Review, Dec. 13, 1705. 

Some Reasons Humbly offered against the Quakers unreasonable 

Request, touching Elections of Members to serve in Parliament. 

Folio. [170J.] 
Reprinted in his " Quakerism Anatomiz'd," &c. page 393. 

Some Beasons offered against their Marriages. ... Folio. 1709. 1 

Some other Beasons, humbly laid before the High Court of 

Parliament, touching the Quakers' Clause relating to their 
Marriages. (March 28th, 1709.) Folio. 1709. \ 

Some Bemarks on their written Paper to the Parliament. 1709. \ 

An Abstract of the Quakers Present Principles laid 

before House of Commons, etc. Folio. London, 1709. 1 

A Brief Beply touching Printing. ... ... ... No date. 1 

John Whiting, a Quaker Author posted for a Coward. 

— — The Quakers present }3nnctpIcS farther expos'd to Publick 
View : I. Their Contempt of the Holy Scripture. II. Their 
denying Jesus to be Christ. III. Their Contempt of Ordi- 
nances. IV. Their Antimonarchical Principles. V. Avouch- 
ing their Principles still to be the same they were Fifty years 
ago; and that in Cbcrg 2ftc3pC(t ; Written by a Servant of 
the Church, Francis Bugg f [or John Whiting the Third Time 
posted for a Coward, &c.J 

London : Printed for the Author^ and sold, with other of 
Ms boohs at the King's Head, The Crown, and Green 
Dragon, in St. Paul's Church Yard.... ... 8vo. 1711. 1 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition, corrected 8vo. 1711. 

Eeprinted. — The 3rd edition, enlarged. ... ... 8vo. 17.12. 



[ u G friends' books. 345 

BTJGG, Francis, — continued. 

— The Quaker's Christianity prov'd Counterfeit from Plain Fact. 

Folio. January 29. 17^-J. ^ 



Eemarks on the last Paragraph of the Quaker's Printed Case, 

to the Parliament. ' ... ... Folio. Feb. 10. 11 \^. 



— Some Eemarks on the Quaker's (Printed) Case, relating to 
their Solemn Affirmation ; Humbly presented to the Con- 
sideration of the High Court of Parliament. 

Eeprinted, Feb. 5 17££. £ 

- A Finishing Stroke : or, some Gleanings, collected out of the 
Quaker's Books, by way of Prologue, never before published, ^v 
(with Directions to the Bookbinders who bind up this folio 
with the seven following, parts :) whereby the Great Mystery 
of the Utttlc OT^ore is farther unfolded. 

Containing : 

The Great Mystery of the Xtttlc WSfyoxt unfolttetf and her Witch- 
crafts discovered, part 1st, 1705 — Quakerism struck Speechless ; 
or, a farther Discovery of the Great Mystery of the Little Whore, 
whose witchcrafts are hereby farther laid open and unfolded, 
part 2nd, 1706 — Hidden Things brought to Light, whereby the 
Fox is unkennelled, and the Bowels of Quakerism ript up, laid 
open, and exposed to Publick view, &c, part 3rd, 1707 — Goliah's 
Head cut off with his own Sword, and the Quakers routed by their 
own Weapons : part 4th, 1708 — Quakerism anatomized, and finally 
dissected : shewing, from plain fact, that a Rigid Quaker, is a 
Cruel Persecutor, part 5th, 1709 — A Retrospective Glass for the Mis- 
led Quakers, whereby they (as well as others) may see the deceiv- 
ableness of their Ring-Leaders, and well perceive their deep-laid 
Hypocrisies, with an engraving of the Quaker's Synod, &c. part 6th, 
1710 — The Quaker's Infallibility shaken all to Pieces : or, the 
Sinful Pretence to a Sinless Perfection in this Life confuted, (part 
7th.) 1711. 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by P. Wilkin, 
at the King's Head; and II. Clements, at the Half 
Moon in St. Paul's Church Yard Folio. 1712. 

- Quakerism Farther Expos'd, by XII Arguments against their 
Desired Simple Affirmation. Also, A Court of Conscience 
held December 5, 1712. Where Twelve Quakers were con- 
victed of Perjury, and Condemn'd. To which is added, One 
of their Primitive Epistles, with some Animadversions there- 
upon. By a Servant of the Church, Fran. Bugg. 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by P. Wilkin, 

at the King's Head, in St. PauVs Church Yard. Svo. 1713. 3^ 

- The Picture of Quakerism once more drawn to the Life— 
(with) Quakerism a Grand Imposture- — in 8 Parts, (with 
Prologues, Appendixes, Prefaces, &c. 8vo. 1714, 1716, 1717. 30£ 



346 A CATALOGUE OF B TJ ( 

*BUGG, Francis, — continued. 

Considerations on the Quaker's Solemn Affirmation ; and 

male eing the same Perpetual; Humbly Proposed to the Con- 
sideration of the High Court of Parliament. — F. Bugg. 

Keprinted Folio. May 14, 1715. \ 

A New Feame for the Picture of Quakerism, in 8 Parts. 

Printed 1714, 1716, 1717, 1718, made of the finest Arabian 

Wood that ever grew in Mahomet's Grove, and painted with 

the strongest Varnish in the Quaker's Shop, composed by 

John Whiting, a Quaker, in High Holborn, London, for the 

Good of Posterity. Written by a Servant of the Church, 

and humbly Dedicated to Authority. Feancis Bugg. 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by R. Wilkin, 

in St. PauVs Church Yard, and W. and J. Lmys at the 

Prince' s- Arms at the Corner of Ludgate-street. 8vo. 1719. 8£ 

. A Clean Sheet to Preserve my Picture of Quakerism, &c. 

in Eight Parts, and, my New Frame in Three Parts, from the 
Dust, which may arise from the Quaker's Dunghill, which 
say, stand by thyself: come not near to me, J am Holyer then 
Thou : These are a Smoke in my Nose, a $ixt that Burnetii 
all Day. Isai. 65. 5 : All which is humbly Dedicated to 
Authority. By a Servant of the Church, Fea. Bugg. [Dated, 
" April 25th, 1721, in the 81st Tear of my age."] 

8vo. No Printer's name or place. ... [1721.] 1 

Eeprinted. — The %nox\b fmprtssbit. 

8vo. No Printer's name or place. ... [1721.] 1 

The Holy Gospel of the Blessed Jesus defended, &c. 

Printed, 1723. 

Note. — There is in the Society's Library at Devonshire House Meet- 
ing House, London, a copy of " John Whiting's Catalogue of 
Friend's Books, with divers marks and memorandums of Francis 
Bugg's in it ; and which he presented to John Phillips, of Cam- 
bridge, 1723." 

Jjftroug UTotibjes for an Impartial Examination, of the Principles, 

Doctrines, and Practices of the Qtjakees, Humbly Dedi- 
cated to the King, and both Houses of Parliament. Shewing 
The Methods they have taken to deceive the Nation, and to 
advance their Party. By a Servant of the Church, Fean. 
Bugg, 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by Rich. 
Wilkin, at the King's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 

8vo. : 

Note. — Written ;< March 26, 1724, being in the 84th year of my age. 

Fran. Bugg." 
In Mark Noble's Biographical History of England, vol. 1, page 279, 

printed in 1806, is some account of Francis Bugg. 



UE friends' books. 347 

BULLOCK, Jeffery, of Sudbury, in Suffolk.— This Friend was 
disowned for denying Jesus Christ, who died at Jerusalem, 
to be the Judge and Saviour of the "World, and for denying 
his propitiatory sacrifice for the sins of the World, which 
sentiments he promulgated in the following books, 
Antichrist's Transformations within discovered by the Light 
within. ... ... ... 4to. No Printer s name, place or Hate. 4 

One Blow more against Antichrist's Ministers, the downfall of 
whose ministry hastens, being a reply to Giles Barnardiston's 
Answer to my first Book. ... ... 4to. London. 1678. 

A Testimony agaiust the 66 Judges, called Quakers, that wrote 
an Epistle against John Story and John Wilkinson. 

4to. London, No date ? 

Gross Errors detected, or, many of the Doctrines of the 
leading Quakers disowned. 

Ho was afterwards brought to see the delusion into which he had 
fallen, and in the year 1686 gave forth. 

- Several Testimonies given forth by Jeffery Bullock, against 
that Evil Spirit, by which he had been led, to oppose the 
Truth, and People of God, both by Word, Writing, and 
Printed Books, for several years last past. [Sudbury, the 
25th of the 8th Month, [1686.] 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1686] J 

It would be too much to attempt to give a full account of this inte- 
resting case, I therefore refer the reader to the Writings of Giles 
Barnardiston and Isaac Penington, and to Evans' " Exposition of 
the Faith of Friends," etc., etc. In this latter work is given a copy 
of the Testimony of disownment issued against Jeffery Bullock by 
the Men's Meeting of Haverhill, taken from the records of that 
meeting. 

BULMAN, Thomas, of Irthington, near Carlisle, in Cumberland. 
— — A Short Record of the Life and Experience of Thomas Bulman, 
of Irthington. By James Backhouse. 

London : Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate-street ; James 

Hunton, York. ' 18mo. 1851. 2 

He died at Irthington, the 5th of 7th. mo., 1821, aged 74 years. 

*BURGESSE, John, of Bush Hill, Edmonton, Middlesex. 

Animadversions on the opinions of the unlawfulness of Paying 

Tythes and Swearing. By way of address to the Annual 
Assembly of the People called Quakers. Vade sed incultus. 

8vo. London : Printed in the Year, 1727. 1 

— — An Address to the Elders of the People call'd Quakers. Being, 
an Essay to demonstrate it to be a Religious, and a Reason- 
able Duty to pay Tythes and Swear. And that it is an 
arbitrary Innovation and unreasonable, to impose the con- 
trary, as a term of Society. Vade sed incultus. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 

and at the Bible in Lombard-street. ... ... 8vo. 1728. H 



348 A CATALOGUE OP BUB -\ 

BURGESS, Wilson, of Worcester. 

and John Candler. — Narrative of a Recent Visit to Brazil, 

to present an Address on the Slave Trade and Slavery, 

issued by the Religious Society of Friends. 

London : Edward Marsh, Friends' 1 Booh and Tract Deposi- 
tory, 84, Houndsditch. 8vo. 1853. 5| 

BURLING, "William, of Long-Island, North America. 

An Address to the Elders of the Church. (On Slavery.) 1718. 

Republished by Benjamin Lay, in his Book, entitled, "All 
Slave keepers, &c." ... ... Philadelphia, printed, 1737 '. 

BURLINGHAM, Richard, of Rose Sill, near Worcester. 

Instructions to prevent the blight incident to Peach, Nectarine, 

and other Fruit trees. ... ... ... London: 8vo. 1802. 5^ 

He died the 26th of 4th month, 1826, aged 82 years. 

BURNETT, John, of Friskney, near Boston, in Lincolnshire* 

K • A Serious and Tender Exhortation (in the Spirit of Meekness 

and Love) unto all sober and Tender-hearted People, who 
are sincerely seeking after Salvation (but more particularly 
unto my Relations according to the Flesh) to turn their 
Minds Inward, unto the Manifestation of the Light and 
Spirit of Jesus Christ, in their own Hearts and consciences; 
and to wait to know its Teachings, &c. 

London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle in White-Hart- 

Court in Gracious-street. ... ... Small Svo. 1701. 1 

BURNYBAT, John, of Cumberland, after of Ireland. 

and George Fox.— A NEw-ExGLAKD-dftrc-3aranB <&untri)rtJ, 

being an Answer unto a slanderous Book, Entituled, George 
Fox Digged out of his Burrows, &c. Printed at Boston in 
the year 1676, by Roger Williams of Providence in New- 
England. in 2 Parts. 4to. Printed in the Year, 1679. 65 

Note. — This book was written at William Perm's house, in Sussex. 
The title is long, and I have entered it in full under George Fox's 
name. I am not aware of more than one edition, and yet I have 
seen copies with the date 1678 ; perhaps the title only has been 
reprinted. 

An Epistle from John Burnyeat to Friends in Pennsylvania ; 

to be disperced by them to the neighbouring Provinces, 
which for convenience and dispatch was thought good to be 
printed, and so ordered by the Quarterly Meeting, of Phila- 
delphia, the 7th of the 4th month, 1686. [Dublin in Ireland, 
the 12th of the 8th moneth, 1685.] 

Printed and sold by William Bradford, near Philadelphia. 

4to. 1686. \ 



U b friends' books. 349 

iUBNYEAT, John, — continued, 

— and Amos Steettel. — The Ixnocency of the Christian 
Quakers manifested ; and The Truth of their Principles and 
Doctrine cleared and defended, from the loud (but false) 
Clamours, base insinuations, and Wicked Slanders of James 
Barry. Published for the general Satisfaction and Benefit 
of all, who simply desire to know and embrace the Truth. 

4to. Printed in the Tear, 1688. 4 
Works, page 187. 

• and John Watson. — The Holt Truth and its PKOFES- 
SOES Defended, in an Answer to a Letter writ by Lawrence 
Potts, Priest of Staplestown near Catlierlough, unto Bohert 
Lacki/, a Parishioner, aud formerly Hearer of the said Priest ; 

(occasioned by his forsaking his Ministry, and embracing the 
Blessed Truth herein vindicated. By John Burnyeat, John 
Watson. ... ... ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1688. 4 

Works, page 221. 

- A Paper of John Burnyeat's, that came to hand since his 
Works were printed, the 27th day of the 8th Month, 1677. 

Note. — This was printed so as to be placed in his collected Works, 
after page 72. 

< His Collected Works, entitled, — The Truth Exalted 

in the Writings of that Eminent and Faithful Servant of 

Christ, $oI)n Jhtntpcat, Collected Into this Ensuing Volume 

as a Memorial to his Eaithful Labours in and for the Truth. 

London : Printed for Thomas Northcott, in George Yard 

in Lumhard Street. ... ... ... ... 4to. 1691. 36 

Contents. — The Preface to the Eeader (By William Penn.) — A Tes- 
timony concerning his Life and Death, by George Fox. — The Tes- 
timony of Friends in Cumberland, viz. Philip Burnyeat, John Tiffin, 
John Banckes, Tho. Laythes, Tho. Dockwray, Chr. Wilson, Tho. 
Fletcher, Bich. Head, Chr. Story, Peter Fearon, Jonathan Bowman, 
John Bowstead, Thomas Wilson, James Dickinson. — The Testimony 
of several Women Friends in Cumberland, viz. Margaret Fawcett, 
Jane Wilson, Margaret Head, Jane Hall, Mary Wilson, Mary Bow- 
man, Sarah Fallowfield. — An Account by way of Testimony con- 
cerning our Dear Friend and Brother John Burnyeat. By Stephen 
Crisp, Charles Marshall, William Bingley, John Field, Francis 
Stamper, Jasper Batt, William Penn, Benjamin Antrobus, John 
Vaughton, Benjamin Bangs, Samuel Waldenfield, John Butcher. — 
A Testimony of several Friends in Ireland, in whose Hearts it 
sprung, and who gave it forth in the behalf of our Dear Brother 
John Burnyeat, viz. Anthony Sharp, Roger Roberts, Amos Strettel, 
John Watson, Henry Hillary, John Haukes. — An Account of John 
Burnyeat's Convincement : together with his Travels [chiefly in 
America |. — A Paper of John Burnyeat's, that came to hand since 
his Works were printed, 1677. — An Abstract of some of his 
Letters to his Brother T. a. of London : which is a continuation of 
his Travels for the last 8 years of his Life. — Several Epistles 
written by J. B. to Friends from divers places. — To the Rulers, 
Ministers- and People of the Island of Barbadoes, &c— An Epistle 



350 A CATALOGUE OF BUB 

BUENYEAT, John— continued. 

to Friends of Bristol, directed to C. J., 1682.— J. B.'s Epistles to 
Friends in Gloucester-Prison. — For the Priests in Carlisle and their 
Followers. — The Innocency of the Christian Quakers manifested, — 
in Answer to James Barry. — The Holy Truth and its Professors 
defended, — in Answer to Lawrence Potts. By John Burnyeat and 
John Watson. — An Addition of Two Epistles to Friends in Long 
Island and Barbadoes, New England, Virginia, and Maryland, 
1666. 
Note. — In some copies occurs a cancel leaf at the end of the Preface, 
bearing some extra commendatory verses. 

Journal of the Life and Gospel Labours of John Burnyeat. 

London : Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street. 8vo. 1839. 

Note. — This was issued with William Caton's Journal and John 
Croker's Life, and forms Vol. 6 of John Barclay's Select Series. 

Eeprinted in Vol. 11 of The Friends' Library, edited by Wm. 
and Thomas Evans. ... ... Philadelphia, printed, 1847. 

Extracts from the Journal of John Burnyeat, showing the 

blessed effects of obedience to the teachings of the Holy 
Spirit, as set forth in a brief account of the Eise of the 
Society of Friends, in the JSorth of England. 

Manchester : Printed for John Harrison, Market-street, 
for the Manchester and Stockport Tract Depository and 
Association^ 8$c. ... ... ... ... 12mo. No date. 1 

He died in Ireland, the 11th of the 7th month, 1690, aged 59 years, 
and was buried at New Garden. A Minister 33 years. 

BUENYEAT, Jonathan (his son). 

TfA Warning to the Inhabitants of Edinburgh. (Mentioned 

in James "Dickinson's Journal.) 

Some Account of the Gospel Haboursj of Jonathan Burnyeat, 

who died in 1709, in the 23rd year of his age, having been a 
Minister 11 years. [Edited by Thomas Chalk.] 

London : William Sf Frederick G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate 

Street Without 18mo. 1857. 2 

Eeprinted.— The 2nd edition 18mo. 1857. 2 

He died at Graythwaite, near Crabtree-lech, in Cumberland, the 5th of 
3rd month, 1709, in the 23rd year of his age. 

BUEE, Thomas, of Ware, in Hertfordshire. A Maltster. 

and Geo. "Whitehead. — Due Order of Law and Justice, 

Pleaded against Irregular and Arbitrary Proceedings : In the 
Case and late Imprisonment of George Whitehead and 
Thomas Burr, in the City and County Goal of Norwich — 
in 1679-S0. 

London : Printed by Andrew Sowle, and sold at his shop in 

Devonshire New Buildings, without Bishops- Gate. 4to. 1680. 14 

Reprinted in G. W.'s " Christian Progress." ... 8vo. J 725. 



XJE friends' books. 351 

UEE, Thomas, — continued. 

— His Testimony concerning Giles Barnard ist on. See Testimo- 

nies, 1681. 
UEEOUGH, Edward, of Underbarrow, in Westmoreland. 

In Christopher Atkinson's Treatise, entitled, "The Standard 
of the Lord lifted up against the Kingdom of Satan, etc.," is 
E. B.'s the first piece that I find, 

The Epistle to the Eeader ; beginning with " Eeader, the 
Beast makes "War with the Lamb, but the Lamb shall get 
the Victory." 1653. f 

— ^[For the Souldiers, and all the Ohicers of England, Scotland, 
and Ireland, a warning from the Lord, that they forget not 
his kindness, but call to mind his mercies, and their own 
promises. ... ... B. No Printer's name or place. [1654.] 1 

A "Warning from the Lord to the Inhabitants of Underbar- 
row, and so to all the Inhabitants in England. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at the 

Black- Spread- Eagle, at the West end of Pauls. 4to. 1654. 5 

"Works, page 1. 

— The "Walls of Ierico Eazed down to the GEOUKD : or, An 

Answer to a lying Book, called, The Quaking Principles 
dashed in pieces : Wherein one called Henoch itowet, which 
goes under the name of an Anabaptist, doth falsely accuse, 
and maliciously belye us, &c. — By one who is zealous for 
the name of the Lord of hostes, called Edward Burrough. 
London, Printed for Giles Calvert, and art to be sold at the 

Black Spread Eagle, at the West end of Pauls. 4to. [1654.] 2 

"Works, page 18. 

— Answers to several Queries Put forth to the despised People, 

called Quakers, by Philip Bennett, who cals himself a Minis- 
ter of Christ, but is found a Deceiver ; answered by them to 
whom they were directed. Also, Answers to several other 
subtil Qveries put forth by oue John Reeve, who lives in the 
City of London, who cals himself, the last Messenger and 
"Witnesse unto the true God, but is found a false Witness, 
and a Lyar, and a Perverter of the right way of God. 
Answered by Edivard Burrough, and Francis Hoivgill, who 
• are Witnesses unto the Truth against this subtil serpent-like 
generation. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert , at the Black-Spread- 

Eagle, at the West end of Pauls 4to. 1654. 2 

Works, page 29. 

An Answer to a Book, called Choice Experiences, given forth by 

J[ane] Turner, — Also the Copy of a Letter sent to the 
Assembly of those that are called Anabaptists in Newcastle. 

4to. Printed in the Year of our Lord, 1654. 2 

Works, page 45. 



A- 



352 A CATALOGUE OF BUE 

BURROUGH, Edward,— continued. 

An Answer to a Book, called, A Voice from the Word of the 

Lord, by one John Griffith, against us whom the "World calls 
Quakers, wherein his false accusations is denied, and he 
proved to be a slanderer, and the Truth cleared from his 
scandals. — In Francis Howgil's " Fiery Darts of the Devil 
quenched, &c. ... ... ... ... ... 4to. 1654;. 3 

To the CAMP of the Lord, in England. (Part F. Howgil's.) 

4to. No Printer s name or place. [1655.] 3 

^[Another edition, different. Works page 61. 

and F. Howgil. — Several Epistles to Friends in London. 

4to. 1655. 
Works, page 68 

and F. Howgil. — The Visitation of the Rebellious Nation 

of Ieeland. And a Warning from the Lord proclaimed to 
A( all the Inhabitants thereof, &c. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert at the West-end of Pauls. 

4to. 1656. 5 
Works, page 77, 

^[and F. Howgil. — We the Servants and faithful Witnesses, 

&c. — From the Sergent at Arms his House in Dublin. 

B. No Printer's name or place. [1655.] 1 

Works, page 90. 

— A Trumpet of the Lord sounded out of Sion : which Sounds 
forth the Controversie of the Lord of Hosts, and gives a 
certain sound in the eares of all Nations, &c. 

London : Printed for Giles Calvert at the Black-Spread- 

Eagle, 7iear the West-end of Pauls 4to. 1656. 5| 

Another edition, entitled, — 

— ^[A Teumpet of the Lord sounded out of Sion : Which gives a 
certaine sound in the eares of all Nations, and is a true 
noyse of a fearfull Earthquake at hand, which shall shake the 
whole fabrick of the Earth, and the pillars of its standing 
shall fall, and never more be set up againe, or Fearfull voyces 
of terrible Thunders, uttered forth from the Throne, to the 
astonishment of the Heathen in all Quarters of the Earth 
who are not sealed in the forehead. And is an Alarum, and 
preparation for war against all Nations where Gog and Magog 
resideth. And sheweth the wounding Sword of the Mighty 
God, from whose blow, the Kings, nor the Captaines, nor the 
mighty men, cannot fly to escape. Declared and written by 
a Son of Thunder, as a learning to all the Lnhabitants of the 
Earth, where the great image is standing, or any part of it 



X 






j U E friends' books. 353 

HJEROUGH, Edward,— continued. 

worshipped, speedily to meet the Lord by Repentance, that in 
the day of his fierce wrath, they may he hid, <kc. 

London: Printed for Oiles Calvert at the Black-Spread- 
Eagle, near the West end of Pauls ... ... 4to. 1656. 5 

Works, page 96. 

- A Description of the State and Condition of all Mankinde 
upon the Face of the whole Earth, &c. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his 
Shop, at the Black- Spread-Eagle, neer the West end of 
Pauls. 4to. [1656.] 2 

^Eeprinted (the same imprint) 4to. 1657. 2 

- IThe same, translated into Dutch. ... .... 4to. 1657. 2 

"Works, page 115. 

- Truth defended : or certain Accvsations answered ; cast upon 
us who are called Quakers, by the Teachers of the World, 
and the People of this Generation. — With an Epistle of P. 
Howgil's. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the sign of the 

Bull and Mouth, neer Alder sg ate. ... ... 4to. 1656. 2| 

^[Reprinted. ... ... 4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 3 

Works, page 124. 

- The True Faith of the Gospel of Peace Contended For, in the 
Spirit of Meekness : And the Mystery of Salvation (Christ 
Within, the Hope of Glory) Vindicated in the Spirit of Love, 
against the Secret opposition of John Bunyan a Professed 
Minister in Bedfordshire : or, An Answer to his Book, called, 
Some Gospel Truths Opened, &c. 

London : Printed for Giles Calvert at the Black Spread 

Eagle at the West end of Pauls. ... ... 4to. 1656. 4 

Works, page 136. 

Stablishing against Quaking Thrown down, and overturned, 

and no Defence found against it, or an Answer to a Book 
called Stablishing against Quaking, put forth by Giles Firmin, 
a Professed Minister in Essex. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black-Spread- 
Eagle, at the West end of Pauls 4to. 1656. 4 

Works, page 153. 

- The Crying Sinnes Eeproved, whereof the Eulers and People 
of England are highly guilty, &c. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and 

Mouth, neer Alder sg ate - ... 4to. 1656. 2\ 

Works, page 168. 

2 A 



354 A CATALOGUE OF B U 

BTIRROUGH, Edward,— continued. 

A Measure of the Times : and a full and clear Description of 

the Signes of the Times, and of the Changing of the Times ; 
and of the Reign of Antichrist, who hath long reigned, and 
of his down-fall, which is at hand ; and of the Kingdom of 
Christ, which is now setting up in the Earth, &c. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Aldersgate. .. 4to. 1657. I 

Works, page 18' 

A Testimony of the True Light cf the World, &c. by Geoege 

Fox. [Preface by Edwaed Buebough.] ... 4to. 1657. 

The Cause of Stumbling removed from all that will receive the 

Truth, &c. by Richaed Hubbeethobne. [Preface by 
Edwaed Buebough.] 4to. 1657. 

A G-enerall Epistle, and greeting of tho Father's Love to all 

The Saints, called and chosen to faithfulness in Christ 
Jesus, the Light of the World, in which they believing, and 
their faith standing in his Power, many suffers for his Name 

sake, and this is a True Testimony of the Father and of 

the Son, witnessed by us, who are called of God, in whom 
his power is made manifest. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and 

Mouth neer Alder sg ate. ... ... ... 4to. 1657. 5 

^Translated into Dutch 4to. 1681. 

Works, page 20 

The Testimony of the LORD concerning London. Witnessed. 

in Truth and faithiulnesse, to the Consciences of all People 
in it, &c. 

London : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread 

Eagle, near the West-end of Paul's. ... ... 4to. 1657. 2 

Works, page 21- 

%A Just and Lawful Teial of the Teachers and professed 

Ministers of England, by a perfect proceeding against them. 
And hereby they are righteously weighed, and truly mea- 

/sured, and condemned out of their own mouths, and judged 
by their own professed Rule, viz., The Scriptures, &c. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Alder sg ate. ... ... ... 4to. 1657. 3 

Reprinted. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, neer Aldersgate ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 3 

^[Reprinted. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, neer Aldersgate ... ... ... 4to. 1660. 3 

Note. — The title to this edition is a little altered. 

Works, page 22' 






PR friends' books. 355 

EBOUGH, Edward, — continued. 

- The Wofull Cry of Unjust Persecutions and grievous Oppres- 

sions of the People of God in England, through the Injustice 
of some of her Eulers and wickednesse of Teachers and 
People, who hasten to fulfil the measure of their forefathers' 
cruelty, &c. 

London : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread 

Eagle, near the West-end of Paul's. ... % 4to. [1657.] 5 

Eeprinted * 4to. 1658. 5 

Works, page 256. 

- Truth (the Strongest of all) Witnessed forth in the Spirit of 

Truth, against all Deceit : And Pleading in Eighteousnesse 
its owne cause, to the understanding of the Simple, against 
a very great number of Lyes, Slanders, perverting all the 
Scriptures, Contradictions, and false (damnable) doctrines, held 
forth by the Independents. And in particular by one 
John Bunion (one of Gog's Army) in two severall Bookes 
put forth by him, against the despised scattered People called 
Quakers. And is a Eeplt Unto his second Book, called A 
Vindication, &c. Wherein what was wanting in his former of 
fulfilling wickednesse is now appeared ; by his adding sin 
unto sin, against God and against his owne soule. And this 
is to cleer the Truth from above 100 of John Bunion's foule 
dirty lyes and slanders. By a friend of the Truth as it is in 
Christ Jesus ; and not as it is in mens carnall apprehensions, 
Edward Burrough. 

London : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread 

Eagle, near the West-end of Paules. ... ... 4to. 1657. 8-J 

Works, page 275. 

- Many Strong Eeasons confounded, which would hinder any 

reasonable Man from being A Quaker ; And Offences taken 
out of the Wag. But particularly Foure and Twenty Argu^ 
roents Overturned and Confuted ; Put forth, and sent into 
the World by Bichard Baxter, a Professed Minister ; but a 
frequent Contender against the Wayes of God. And this is 
an Answer to a Sheet of his, cryed up and down the streets 
in London, as some excellent piece ; but is proved to be full 
of Lyes, Slanders, and false Eeproaches against an innocent 
People, &c. 
London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, neer Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1657. 3 

Works, page 310. 

- ^[To you that are called Anabaptists in the Nation of Ireland, 

Teachers and People, who Profess yourselves to he the Church, 
of Christ ; This is the Word of the Lord God unto you* 

4to. Printed in the Yeare, 1657. 1 

2A2 



356 A CATALOGUE OF BE; 

BUEEOUGH, Edward,— continued. 

A Declaeation to all the Woeld of our Faith, and what we 

Believe. And this is written that all people upon Earth may 
Know by whom, and how we are saved, and hopes for eternal 
life ; and what we believe concerning God, Christ, and the 
Spirit, and of the things that are eternal, appertaining to all 
mankind to know and believe. 

^London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, neer Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1657. 

^[Reprinted. (The same Imprint.) 4to. 1659. 

Eeprinted, with additions by A. P., entitled. A Declaration to 
all the World of our Eaith, and what we believe who are 
called Quakers. — Also, what Ministers and Magistrates we 
own, and what and whom we deny. (By Alexander Paekee.) 

London: Printed for Robert Wilson. ... 4to. No date. J 

Eeprinted. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, near Alder sgate. 4to. 1659. 

Eeprinted. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the sign of the 
Bull and Mouth, near Alder sgate. 4to. 1660. 

v ^[Eeprinted again in the Principles of Truth, &c. ... 8vo. 1665. 

Eeprinted. Ditto. ..= 8vo. 1668. 

Eeprinted. Ditto. ... 8vo. 1671. 

•[[Translated into Swedish 4to. 

^Ditto Dutch 4to. 1659. 

"Works, page 4 1 

A Message for Instruction to all the Eulers, Judges and 

Magistrates, to whom the Law is committed. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, near Alder sgate. ... ... ... ... 4to. 1658 

Works, page e| 

The True Christian Eeligion againe discovered, after the 

long and dark Night of Apostacy, &c. (Written in 1657.) 
[Anonymous.] 

London : Printed by Boger Norton, Junior, for Giles 
Calvert, at the Black Spread Eagle, neer the West-end of 
Pauls 4to. 1658. 

^Another edition. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, near Alder sgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1658. 

Eeprinted several times in 1658. 

Works, page 



gjjE FRIENDS' BOOKS. 357 

iRROUGH, Edward, — continued. 

L A Standard lifted up, and an Ensignb held forth to all 

NATIONS, Ac. / (, f"\ V 

London : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Blach Spread 

Eagle, at the West-end of Pauls 4to. 1658. 4£ 

■[[Reprinted, different edition (the same imprint.) ... 4to. 1653. 4 

f Translated into Dutch 4to. 1668. ^ 

/6 ^K Works, page 240. /\ 

— ^[An Epistle to go abroad among Friends in Westmorland and 

Cumberland, and elsewhere among the Flock of God. 4to. 1658. 1 

Works, page 363. 

— % To all that are moved to go into other Nations. ... 4to. 1658. 1 

Works, page 386. 

— A Second Generall Epistle to all the Saints. ... 4to. 1658. 

Works, page 366. 

— To Citarles Fleetwood Steward, Robert Hatton Recorder ; 

Sackford Gunstone, Henry Wilcock, Bailiffs : Being Judges 
in the Court of King stone upon Thames. The State of the 
old Controversie once more laid before you, depending in 
your Court between Bichard Mayo, Plaintiffe, and Edward 
Burrough, Defendant. By Edward Burr 'ough. ... 4to. 1658. 2 

^"Reprinted. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Alder sg ate. 4to. 1659. 2 

Works, page 375. 

— A General Epistle to the Saints. 4to. 1658. 

Works, page 389. 

— A Seasonable Word of Adyice Unto all that are or may 

through the subtlety of the Enemy, backslide from the 
Truth, (being the 2nd of the two Epistles to Friends in 
London.) ... Broadside. No Printer's name, place, or date. 1 

Works, page 397. 

I— Something of Truth made manifest, (in Relation to a Dis- 
pute at Drat on, in the County of Middlesex, in the first 
Moneth last) In opposition to the false account given of it 
by one Philip Taverner, in his Book, styled, " THE 
QUAKER'S BOUNDS, or A Faithful Account, Sfc" 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Alder sg ate. ... ... ... 4to. 1658. 3 

Works, page 399. 

A Testimony concerning the Estate of the True Church, what 
she hath been, and what she is; and it was given forth, as being 
the motion of the Spirit of the Father, &c. (In Isaac Pening- 
ton's " Way of Life" and Death made manifest, &c.) 4to. 1658. 1J 

Works, page 413. 



358 A CATALOGUE OF B U 

BUEEOUGH, Edward,— continued. 

The True State of Christianity truely described, and also dis- 

cover'd unto all People. Written by a friend to the Creation: 
a Servant of the Lord, Edward Burrough. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1658. I 

"Works, page 41 

y Some of the Principles of the QUAKEES (scornfully so 

called by men) Vindicated and proved sound and true, 
according to the Scriptures, in opposition — to Philip Taverner. 

4to. Printed in the Tear, 1658. I 
"Works, page 4d 

/ A Message Proclaimed by Divine Authority, from the chosen 

' Assembly of the redeemed People in England, to the Pope 

(Chief Bishop) of Rome, and to his Cardinals, Jesuits and 
Priests, and all other the Officers of the Eomish Church, 
where it shall meet with them through the World, &c. 
"Written by an Embassador for the true and living God, E. B. 
London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, neer Aldersgate. 4to. [1658.] 

"Works, page 4<. 

A Testimony against a Great IDOL ATE Y committed : and a 

true Mourning of the Lord's Servant, upon the many 
considerations of his Heart, upon that occasion of the great 
stir about an Image (of Oliver Cromwell) made and carried 
from one place to another ; happening the 23rd day of the 
9th mo. (1658.) By E. B. 

London : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, neer Aldersgate. ... ... .. 4to. 1658. 

"Works, page 4. 

A Faithful Testimony concerning the True "Worship of God : 

"What it is in itself, and who are the True "Worshippers. — 
And this is written for a general good to all such as are 
worshipping in Temples made with hands ; By e. b. 

London Printed for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and 
Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 

"Works, page 4 1 

Some False Principles and errors discovered and refuted : in a 

short answer to a Catechism-Book, which is said to contain, 
The Principles of Religion ; put forth by a namelesse authour : 
but is supposed to be the work of one Samuel Eaton, a pro- 
fessed Minister of the Gospel, among the Sect of the Inde- 
pendants, in Cheshire. By E. B. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at- the Bull and 
Mouth near Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 

"Works, page 



]XJR friends' books. 359 

]JRROUGH, Edward, — continued. 

A Message to all Kings and Rulers in Christendom, &c. 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1659."] 1 

Works, page 492. 

" An Account of some Grounds and Reasons of the Innocent 
Sufferings of the People of God called Quakers, and why 
they testifie against the vain customs and practices of the 
World." — At the end of " A Declaration of the present Suf- 
ferings of above 140 Persons of the People of God (who are 
now in Prison, &c") 

London, Printed for Tlio. Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth, 

near Alder sg ate. ... ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 2\ 

Works, page 499. 

— To the Rulers, and to such as are in Authority, a True and 
faithful Testimony concerning Religion, &c. By Edward 
Burrough. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth near Alder sg ate. ... , ... ... 4to. 1659. \\ 

Works, page 508. 

Satan's Designe Defeated : In a short answer to a Manuscript 
sent by a Priest [Jackson] out of Sussex, to a Member of 
this present Parliament, &c. By a Friend to Righteousnesse. 
E. B. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth neer Alder sg ate. ... ... .. 4to. 1659. 2\ 

Works, page 514. 

^[Annunciato Omnibus Regibus, et Princibus, et Gubernatori- 
bus, in Christianismo. ... ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 1 

— A Visitation & Warning Proclaimed and An Alarm sounded 
in the Popes Borders, in the Name and Authority of the Lord 
Almighty, and the Lamb. Being The Account of a Journey 

to Dunkirk, and the Proceedings there among the Jesuites, 
and Eriars and Papists ; with some particular Queries, and 
also some propositions sent unto them. Which maybe satis- 
faction to many who may behold the difference in part 
between the Papists and the people of God ; and between 
the Idolaters and the true Worshippers. By one that travells 
in the labour of the Gospel of Christ for the Elect Seeds sake, 
Edw. Burrough. [Part subscribed by Samuel Eisher.] 
London, Printed for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and 

Mouth near Alder sg ate. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 4-J 

Works, page 525. 

— Good Counsel and Advice Rejected By Disobedient men, And 

the Dayes of Oliver GromwelVs Visitation passed over ; and 



/ 



V 



360 A CATALOGUE OF BUB 

BTJKROUGH, Edward,— continued. 

also of Richard Cromwell his Son, late Protectors of these 
Nations. [Part by George Fox.] 

London, Printed far Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1G59. 

"Works, page 551 

"If To the Parliament of the Common-wealth of England, who 

are in place of Authority to do Justice, and in present power 
to ease the oppressed Nation from its Bonds. Councel and 
Advice unto you, from a Friend that seeks after Truth and 
Righteousness/row you, &c— (London, 6th of 8th mon. 1659. 
Edward Burrough.) 4to. No Printer's name or place. [1659.] 1 

To the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England, the 

present Authority of these Nations, assembled at Westminster. 
(London, the 12th of the 7th month, 1659.) 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and 

Mouth near Aldersgate. ... ... ... B. 1659. 1 

"Works, page 584 

A Message to the Present Rulers of England, whether Com- 
mittee of Safety (so called) Councell of Officers, or others 
whatsoever. — By Edward Burrough. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread 

Eagle, near the West End of Pauls. ... 4to. 1659. 2 

\ Works, page 58£ 

A Declaration from the People called Quakers, to the Pre- 
sent distracted Nation of England. With Mourning and 
Lamentation over it, because of its Breaches, and the cause 
thereof laid down, with Advice and Councel how Peace, 
Union, and Happinesse may be restored, and all the present 
troubles removed. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth near Aldersgate. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 2 

^[Another edition 4to. Printed in the Tear, 1659. 2 

%* This was published and signed on behalf of Friends, by Ger. 
Roberts, Tko. Harle, Gilbert Latye, John Anderdon, John Osgood, 
Roberrt Benbrick, John Boulton, Ellis Hooks, William Crouch, 
Robert Sikes, James Strutt, John Pennyman, John Crook, Edward 
Billing, Benjamin Furley. 

In E. B.'s "Works a passage on Fighting is left out of this piece at 
page 8 and 9. 

Works, page 59: 

- — A Presentation to London Being an Answer to the Young 
Men and Apprentices, Returned to some part of their Petition 
and Addresse, directed by them to the Major, Aldermen and 
Common-Council assembled &c. Signed (E. H.) 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1659.] ] 

Works, page 60 



* 



; R FRIENDS' BOOKS. 361 

VIRROITGrH, Edward,— continued. 

— To the present Assembly, Members of Parliament at "West- 

minster. The Consideration of a Servant of the Lord upon 

the present state of affairs, &c. ... ... Broadside. 1659. 1 

Works, page 612. 
-- An Answer to a Declaration put forth by the general consent 
of the people called Anabaptists, in and about the City of 
London. (Part by Eichd. Htjbberthorn.) 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, near Alders- 
gate 4to. 1659. 3 

"Works, page 615. 

— - This Paper was given forth by E. B. about the Tear, 1659. 

" A Great Cry in the World hath been by many People of all 
Sorts; As for the Quakers they will soon fall and come to 
nothing, Sfc. Answered by E. B. 

Note. — This piece was printed at the end and forms part of Geo. 
Eofe's, " Demonstration through the Eternall Spirit of the 
Heavenly Gift, &c." 

8vo. London, Printed in the Year, 1663. 

Works, page 623. 
-- A Discovery of some part of the War between the Kingdom of 
the LAMB, and the Kingdom of Anti-Christ — against C. 
Fowler, a Professed Minister in Reading. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Black-Spread 
Eagle and Windmill, in Martins, near Aldersgate. 

4to. 1659. 4 
Works, page 625. 

The Epistle to the Reader, dated, London, the 9th month, 165S. 
(prefixed to George Pox's " Great Mystery of the Great 
Whore unfolded &c") ' ... Polio. 3659. 6J 

Eeprinted in E. B.'s Works, commencing immediately after 
Ellis Hookes's Epistle dedicatory tojthe People called Quakers. 

Eeprinted in G. Fox's Works, Vol. 3. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1831. 

— To the whole English Army, and to every particular Member 

thereof, both Officers and Souldiers, whether of England, 
Scotland, or Ireland ; These are for them to Bead and Con- 
sider, as wholesome Animadversions in this Day of Distrac- 
tions. 

London, Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at the 
Black- Spread-Eagle, at the west-end of Pauls. 

Broadside. 1659. 1 
-—A Kettjrne to the Ministers of London ; By way of Answer 
to their Seasonable Exhortations, (so called) directed to their 
congregations,— By E. B. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Black-Spread 

Eagle and Windmill in Martins neer Aldersgate. 4to. 1660. 4 

Works, page 642. 



A 



362 A CATALOGUE OF BU 

BUEEOUGH, Edward,— continued. 

A General Epistle to all the Saints : being a Visitation of the 

Father's Love, unto the whole Flock of God ; who are called 
and gathered into the Spiritual Kingdom of Eighteousness 
and peace ; to be read in all the assemblies of them, that 
meet together to worship the Father in the Spirit and Truth, 
in the silence of all flesh. (Oxfordshire, the 1st of 3rd mo. 
1660.) 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Sign of the 
Black- Spread-Eagle and Wind-Mill in Martins V Grand. 

4to. 1660. 
Works, page 6 

A Visitation of LOVE unto the KING, and Those call'd 

Eotallists ; Consisting, 1. Of an Answeb, to several 
Qtjeeies proposed to the People (called Quakers) from a 
(supposed) Eotallist. 2. Of an Objection Answered, 
concerning the King's Supremacy. 3. Of an Epistle 
directed to the King, & those that go under the name of 
Eotallists. 4. Of certain Queries returned to them (called 
Eotallists) to Answer. 

London, Printed and are to be sold by Robert Wilson, at Ms 
Shop at the sign of the Blach-spread-Eagle and Wind- 
Mill, in Martins near Aldersgate. ... . . 4to. 1660. 

^[The same work, supposed a reprint, entitled, A Visitation 

and Presentation of LOVE unto the KING and Those 
call'd Eotallists, &c. 

London, Printed and are to be sold by Robert Wilson. 4to. 1660. 

Works, page 6 '. 

A Testimony concerning the Book of Common Prayer, (so 

called) — At the end of George Fox's Answer. — Written the 

5th month, 1660 4to. London, 1660. 

Works, page ( J. 

■• To the Beloved and Chosen of God in the Seed Elected, parti- 
cularly in London and elsewhere, Who have seen the day of 
Christ, and received the Message of Peace and Eeconciliation 
in these last dayes of his Glorious appearance. Written from 
Cork, the 21st of 6th month, 1660.) 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons at the sign of the 
Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate. ... ... 4to. 1660. 

Works, page (/• 

— •flAll yee called Baptists in Ireland for you to read and consider, 
(dated, " Watterford, ye 8th month, 60.) E. Burrough." 

Note. — A Copy of this piece was in Archbishop Tenison's Library, 
which is now dispersed, but only in MS. — Query, whether printed ? 
It begins, "There is a great confusion," — and ends, " blessed are 
thev that can receive it." 



y? 



I 



ifgR FKIENDS' BOOKS. 363 

IJRROTTGH, Edward, — continued. 

^ — A Presentation of "Wholesome Informations, unto the King of 
England, &c. Being a Defence pleaded, and also appealed 
unto him ; even to the Testimony of the Spirit of God in his 
own conscience. In Answer to a certain Accusation, charged 
before him, (in a Printed Book, called, The Thrice happy 
Welcome of King Charles the Second, by one George Wil- 
lington, of Bristol City) against Us, whom in derision, the 
Accuser calls Quakers. By a Servant of Christ, Edward 
Burroughs. 

Printed at London ; and are to be sold by Richard Moon, 

Bookseller in Wine-street in Bristol. ... 4to. 1660. 5^ 

Works, page 702. 

The Everlasting Gospel of Repentance and Remission of 
sins; Held forth and Declared to the Inhabitants of the 
Earth, that thev may turn and be converted to the Living 
God, &c. 

London : Printed for Robert Wilson, in Martins-le- Grand. 

4to. No date. 4 
Works, page 724. 

— A Vindication of the People of God, called Quakers; 
directed unto Roger Boyle, called Earl of Orrery, Charles 
Coote, called Earl of Mountrath, Theophilus Jones, called Sir 
Theophilus Jones, Being An Answer to a Book, dedicated 
to them by one George Pressick of Dublin. In which Book 
many Lyes and Calumnies are presented against the Innocent 

(People of God. And this is for the clearing of the Truth, 
that no Lye may rest upon it ; and for the satisfaction of all 
sober People in Ireland, and elsewhere. With a word of 
Good Advice to the chief Governours there. By E. B. 
London : Printed for Robert Wilson in Martin* s-Le- 

Grand. ... ' 4to. [1660.] 3 

Works, page 743. 

— A Declaration of the Sad and Great Persecution and Mar- 
tyrdom of the People of God, called Quakers, in New 
England, for the Worshipping of God. 

J 22 have been Banished upon pain of Death. 

03 have been Martyred, 
j 03 have had their Right-Ears cut. 
01 have been burned in the hand with the letter H. 
31 Persons have received 650 Stripes. 
01 was beat while his body was like a jelly. 
Several were beat with Pitched Ropes. 
r herof \ Five Appeals made by them to England, were denied by the 
Rulers of Boston. 



364 A CATALOGUE OF 

BCTKROUGH, Edward,— continued. 

One thousand forty-four pounds worth of Goods hath been 

from them (being poor men) for meeting together in tl 
fear of the Lord, and for keeping the Commands of Christ. 
One now lyeth in Iron-fetters, condemned to dye. 

Also, 

Some considerations, presented to the King, which is, in 
Answer to a .^petition; and gUbress, which was presented unto 
Him by the General Court at Boston : Subscribed by /. 
Endicot, the Chief Persecutor there ; thinking thereby to 
cover themselves from the Blood of the Innocent. 

Gal. 4. 29. But as then, he that was born after the flesh, per- 
secuted him that was bom after the Spirit, even so it is now. 
God hath no respect to Cain's Sacrifice, that killed his 
Brother about Religion. 

London : Printed for Robert Wilson, in Martins Le Grand. 

4to. [1660]. 4 

Note. — The Relation as given in the latter pr.rt of the Title com- 
mences first in the tract itself, viz., '* Some Considerations." 
2nd. " A Declaration, &c." 

X Works, page 75 
A Just and Righteous Plea, presented unto the King of 

England, and his Council, &c, being the true State of the 
present case of the People, called Quakers' truly demon- 
strated, and Justly pleaded on their behalf; for the true 
information of the King and his Council, &c. [Part on 
Tythes.] 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Sign of the 
Black- Spread- Eagle and Windmill, in Martin* s L* Grand. 

4to. 1661. 5 
"Works, page 7( 

"\ Persecution impeached, as a Tray tor against God, his Laws 

and Government ; and the cause of the antient Martyrs 
vindicated, against the Cruelty inflicted upon them by the 
Papists in former dayes. Being a Brief Answer to a Book, 
called Semper Iidem ; or, a Parallel of Phanaticks, &c. 
lately published by a nameless Author, &c. 

London, Printed for R. W. {Robert Wilson) in Martins 

Le Grand 4to. 1661. 5 

Works, page 7! 

>/ ^ The Case of free Liberty of Conscience in the exercise of 

Faith and Religion ; presented unto the King and both 

Houses of Parliament. By a Lover of Truth and Just 

Government, Edward Burroughs. 

London, printed for Thomas Simmons. ... 4to. 1661 

Works, pase 






|j r friends' books. 365 

IRROUGH, "Edward,— continued. 

b- A Discovery, of Divine Mysteries, wherein is unfolded Secret 
Things of the Kingdom of God. 

London, Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Sign of the 
Black- Spread-Eagle and Wind-mill, in Martins Le 

Grand. 4to. 1661. 5 

Works, page 821. 

— A Tender, Salutation of Perfect Loye unto the Elect 

of God, the Royal Seed, the Saints of the Most High, who 
have believed the Testimony of our Lord Jesus Christ, and 
walks in the Light that hath enlightened every man that 
comes into the World. [Being the 5th General Epistle in 
his Works, page 839.] 

London: Printed for the Author. ... ... 4to. 1661. 2 

• — Antichrist's Government Justly Detected of Unrighteousness, 
Injustice, Unreasonableness, Oppression and Cruelty through- 
out the Kingdomes of this WORLD ; wherein Antichrist 
hath had his Seat and great Authority for many Generations, 
in the Apostacy from the Spirit and Life of true Christianity, 
&c. By Edward Burroughs. 

London : Printed for Robert Wilson. ... ... 4to. 1661. 7 

Works, page 816. 

• — A Hue and Cry after the false Prophets and Deceivers of our 
age ; and a Discovery of them by their Works and Fruits, 
and who they are in this Age that follow the same Spirit, and 
act the same things as did the false Prophets in former Gene- 
rations. (Initials E. B. only.) 

London : Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Sign of the 
Black Spread Eagle and Wind-mill, in Martin's Le- 

Grand. 4to. 1661. 1 

Works, page 879. 

— The CASE of the People called Quakers, (once more) stated, 

and Published to the World : with the accusations charged 
upon them ; and their answers. 

London: Printed for Robert Wilson. ... 4to. No date. 2 

Works, page 888. 

— and George Whitehead. — The Son of Perdition Revealed, 

by the Brightness and Light of the Son of God in his 
Saints. In answer to Joseph Wright. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Sign of the 

Bull and Mouth, near Alder sg ate. ... ... 4to. 1661. 11^ 

— and others. — A Brief Relation of the Persecutions and 

Cruelties that have been acted upon the People called \/" 

Quakers in and about the City of London, with a general 
relation of Affairs. [See Sueferings.] 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1662. 3 



366 A CATALOGUE OF 



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,\ 



BURROUGH, Edward,— continued. 

An Epistle to the Reader, by E. B. " It hath been the 

fervent labour, &c." (Introductory to Wm. Caton's " Cloud 

of Witnesses." " 4to. J662. 

To all dear Friends and Brethren in the Everlasting Truth and 

Covenant of the ALMIGHTY Jehoyah blessed for ever- 
more (part J. C.'s and J. P.'s and Francis Howgil's). 

4to. JVb Printer's name or place. [1662.] 

^[Another differently set up. 

4to. No Printer's name, place, or date. 

— In " Letters of Isaac Penington and others, edited by John 

Kendall, and published in 8vo. 1796," is " A Letter from 
Edward Burrough, in Newgate, dated 9th of 9th mo. 1662." 

■ A Testimony concerning the Beginning of the work of the 

Lord, and the first publication of Truth in this City of 
London ; and also concerning the cause, end, and service, of 
the first appointment and setting up of the men's meeting at 
the Bull and Mouth ; that it may be known to all perfectly, 
how the Lord hath begun and carried on his work to this 
day [1662.] 

The above is inserted in The YorTcslareman, Vol. 2, No. 33, page 
133, for 1833, and the Editor (Luke Howard) says, "I have printed 
it verbatim from a MS. in my possession, purporting to have been 
copied out by one of the Penington family before 1670." It is 
also printed in "Letters, &c. of Early Friends," published in 1841, 
edited by A. K. Barclay, where it is said to be taken from a col- 
lection of copies of letters and papers, in four folio volumes, 
entitled, "John Pennington's Collection of his Fathers Manu- 
scripts," and preserved in London. It may be regarded as one of 
the most important historical documents that we possess. 

To all that believe in Christ, [at the end of Josiah Coale's 

" Salutation to the Suffering Seed of God/'] ... 4to. 1663. 

A True DESCRIPTION of my Manner oe Liee, of what 

I have been in my Profession of Religion unto this very 
Day : and what I am at Present, by the Grace of God. This 
was given forth some time before that Faithful Servant of 
God laid down his Bodv, who was known amongst many, by 
the name of EDWARD BURROUGH. 

4to. London : Printed for Robert Wilson in the Year, 1663. 

Beader, this following Testimony was given forth by our dear 

Friend Edward Burroughs, before he finished his Testimony 
by death for the Truth's sake which I thought tit here to 
insert. In " A Collection of the several Books and 
Writings of that Faithful Servant of God, Richard Hubber- 
thorn." 4to. 1663. . 

Two General Epistles ; or, the Breathings of Love, uttered 

from the pure Life, to the whole Flock of God in England, 



B 



FK1ENDS* BOOKS. 367 



3IRROUGH, Edward,— continued. 

Scotland and Ireland, and all other places wheresoever this 
shall come, Greeting. Being a wholesome Exhortation - , 
tending to the Gathering, Uniting, and Establishing of all 
the Faithful every- where, into that which is Eternal. Given 
forth by that faithful Servant of God, who, though he hath 
lately laid down the Earthly Body, yet he lives with his 
Maker for ever. Edward Burrough. [With a Postscript 
by A. D.] 
London: Printed for R . Wilson. ... ... 4to. 1663. 3 

Note. — The First Epistle being the first of the two to London, ia 
1651 ; and the Second, the first Part of the First General 
Epistle in 1657. 

An Epistle to Friends oe Truth in and about London. 
Written by Edward Burroughs, in the Tear, 1661, and now 
is published for further service, &c. 

4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1667. 1 

Works, page 884. 
A Testimony concerning the Life, Death, Trials, Travels and 
Labours of Edward Burroughs that worthy Prophet of the 
LORD, who died a Prisoner, &c. (by Francis Howgil, and 
others. 

London : Printed and are to he sold by William Warwick. 

4to. 1662. 3§ 
^[Reprinted. ... ... 4to. London, Printed in the Year, 1663. 3^- 

- The Memorable WORKS of a Son of Thunder and Consola- 

tion : Namely, That True Prophet, and Faithful Servant of 
God, and Sufferer for the Testimony of Jesus, Edward 
Burroughs. Who Dyed a Prisoner for the Word of God, 
in the City of London, the 11th of the 12th Moneth, 1662. 
Folio. Published and Printed for the good and benefit of 
generations to come, in the Year, ... ... ... 1672. 240 

- Life of Edward Burrough. In "Tuke's Biographical Notices," 

Vol. 2, page 141." 12mo. York, 1815. 

- Edward Burrough. Q gbmoir of a Faithful Servant of 

Christ and Minister of the Gospel. In The Friends' 1 Library, 

edited by Wm. & Thos. Evans Philadelphia. 

Reprinted. 

London: Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate Without; Edin- 
burgh: Adam and Charles Black; Dublin: J. B. 
Gilpin. Foolscap 8vo. 1851. 26 

He died a prisoner for meeting in Newgate, London, the 14th of the 
12th Month, 1662, aged 27. A minister ten years. 

RSTOW, John, of Stepney ? London. A Friend of this name 
is mentioned in Bishop's New England Judged. Query, did 
he emigrate to America ? 



368 A CATALOGUE OF 



BU 






BCKSTOW, John,— continued. 

This is to he conveighed to the Priest that made a dead Sermon 

to the dead body of him that ivas called Justice Waterton ; 
contrary to the example of any of the Apostles ; or to any 
that mourneth in the same deceit with them. 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1659.] 

^[Another edition. " This to be conveyed," &c. ... 4to. [1659.] 

Note. — This pamphlet concludes with, "And for declaring these 
words before-mentioned, in the Steeple-house at Stepney, the 29th 
day of the 11th moneth, I was hailed out of their Synagogues, and 
they stopped my mo\ith before I had declared what the Lord sent 
me to do, and by the command of Justice Tomson, sent to Newgate 
prison, who, in the day of the Lord, shall know that they are 
fighters against God. 

" Written by one John Bur stow, who in scorn is called a Quaker, by 
a Seed of evil-doers. 

"From Neicgate prisoD, the 16th day of the 12th moneth, 1659." 

BUKTON, John. 

A Testimony concerning John "Whitehead, dated, Partney- 

Mills, the 16th day of the 8th month, 1697. (In " John 
Whitehead's Gospel Labours.") 8vo. 1701. i 

BURTON, Thomas, of London. 

A Friendly Letter to John and Charles Wesley, Wrote for the 

sake of their Followers, who are, or may be Dissatisfied with 
their way of worship, By a Person that fouud occasion to 
withdraw from their Society, and join with the People called 
Quakers. 8vo. London, Printed for the Author in the Year, 1747. | 

Reprinted, entitled, A Letter to the Methodist Preachers 
belonging to the Foundery, especially to John and Charles 
Wesley. Wrote for the sake of their Followees, who are, 
or may be, Dissatisfied with their way of Worship. By a 
Person that found Occasion to withdraw from their Society ; 
and join with the People called Quakees. The 2nd edition, 
with additions. 

London : Printed for the Author in the Year, 1748, and 
given gratis at his dwelling-house, in Rosemary -lane, 
against Saltpetre Bank ... ... ... 8vo. 174S. 

BURTT, John, of London, was born at Fulbeck, in Lincolnshire. 
During the latter part of his life he resided at Stockport, in 
Cheshire. 

Letter from the Corresponding Secretary of the British and 

Foreign Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, to Mr. 
Fisher, Secretary of the Norwich Auxiliary. 

4to. Norwich, Josiah Fletcher. [1840.] I 



B3 r friends' books. 369 

BRTT, John, — continued. 

— The Young Patriot, [Amyntas] and other poems ; by J. B., a 

Friend of the Aborigines' Protection Society. 

Manchester: William Irwin, 53, Oldham-street. 16mo. [1846.] 6 

He died at Stockport, the 5th of 7th Month, 1859, aged 71 years. 
See the A nnv.al Monitor for 1860, where there is an interesting 
account of his religious experience. 

11 Y, Kichard, of London. 

— %A. Collection of several Messages and Warnings, to the Inha- 

bitants of the City of Bristol, concerning the sad 
Calamities and overthrow to come upon them, except they 
speedily repent. Published and proclaimed in the said City, 
and through the Streets thereof (and other Ways ) by divers 
of the Lord's Servants of the People calVd Quakers. [With- 
out the Editor's name, or Preface.] 

4to. London : Printed in the Year, 1701. 2 

Contents. — 1st. The Message delivered by John Hall, of Monk- 
heaselden, in the County of Durham, in the City of Bristol, the 
29th of the 8th Month, 1693, was in the following terms, viz. : — 

2nd. What Richard Parker saw in his sleep concerning the said 
City of Bristol. 

3rd. Upon the 20th day of the 3rd Month, 1694, Thomas Wilson 
in his Declaration in the Friends 1 Meeting-house in the City of 
Bristol, &c. 

4th. T. Wilson's Testimony, afternoon. 

5th. What Richard Parker (before-named) further saw, concern- 
ing the overthrow of the City of Bristol, in the year 1695 (being 
about two years after his first Vision in his sleep. 

6th. What Elizabeth Wilson saw, concerning the great Calamity, 
the Lord is about to bring upon the City of Bristol. 

7th. The Vision which Thomas Story, (of Kendal, in Westmore- 
land), saw in 1697, concerning a City in the Western parts of 
England. 

8th. John Love's Warning, delivered in the Streets of the afore- 
said City of Bristol, in the 4th Month, 1698. 

9th. Elizabeth Nell's Warning, delivered in the Streets of the said 
City, in the 10th Month, 1698. 

10th. John Love's, in the 11th Month, 1699,— added at the end, 
a This was fulfilled in the great storm of Wind, the 27th day of 
the 9th Month, 1703, when many streets in the City were laid under 
water." 

11th. Isaac Alexander, of Bendred Killington, in Westmoreland, 
in the year 1700, delivered these words in a Prophetical manner, 
in Bristol Meeting-house, in the audience of a great congregation, 
viz. : — 

— If A Continuation of the Messages, Visions and Warnings to the 

Inhabitants of the City of Bristol, concerning the said Cala- 
mities and overthrow to come upon them except they speedily 
repent, &c. (Commences at page 13 in the 2nd edition.) 

The 2nd Part. 4to. 1705. 

Contents. — The Message Delivered by John Love, of Canterbury, 

2B 



370 A CATALOGUE OF BU 

BUBY, Bichard, — continued. 

in and throw the streets of the City of Bristol, on the 28th day of 

4th Month, 1701. 
Eoger Newham, his Warning to the People of Bristol, 1702. 
John Love's (Jun.) his Vision and Warning, 1703. 
John Love's Warning, &c., 2nd of 2nd Month, 1706. 

% A Collection of "Warnings, &c. 1st and 2nd Parts. 

Reprinted. — The Second edition, with additions. 

London: Printed first in the Year, 1701; and now Reprinted 
in the Year, ... ... ... ... ... 4to. 1712. 

Note. — The following Messages and Warnings are added to this 2nd 

edition, viz. : — 
" Thomas Kudd, his Message and Warning delivered in the Streets 

of the City of Bristol, the 12th day of the 3rd Month, 1694. 
Thomas Rudd's Message, &c, 6th of 3rd Month, 1695. 

Reprinted, entitled, A Collection of Sundry Messages and 
Warnings to the Inhabitants of the City of Beistol, con- 
cerning a Dreadful Earth-quake to come upon them, unless 
they speedily repent. Published and Proclaim'd in the said 
City, and through the Streets thereof (and other ways) by 
divers of the Lord's Servants, of the People, call'd (in scorn) 
Quakers. 

Note. — This first Part was Printed in London, 1712. 

Part the Second contains, — 

I. An Account of Prophecies, which were spoken of since 

the ascension of Christ ; which are come to pass. 

II. A Collection of Earth- Quakes, in Foreign Parts ; and 
likewise in England, Wales, and Scotland ; from the 
first Month in the Year, 1726, to the end of the Tear, 
1728. 

gg* This Second Part is Printed in Bristol, 1728. 

This is a copy of the Title of this edition — from which it appears 
that some additions, as above called the 2nd Part, was printed at 
Bristol, in 1728, and the 2nd edition of the former two parts 
already printed in London, 1712, stitched up with it, and entitled 
as above. 

The following are added to the Bristol edition : — 

1. George Bishop's Vision of the Fall of Kichabd Cromwell, 
Protector of England, in the year 1658. 

2. Esther Beedle's [Biddle] Vision, concerning K. Charles the 
2nd's coming to the Crown. 

3. Thomas Foster's concerning the Fire of London. 

4. The Vision of Humphry Smith, which he saw concerning the City 
of London, in the 5th Month, 1660. 

5. Solomon Eccles, ditto. 

6. Another Friend, ditto. 

7. Samuel Waldenfield, concerning the Wars in Ireland. 

8. Judith Boldbee, [Boulbie] concerning ditto. 



friends' books. 371 

JET, Eichard, — continued. 

9. William Long, of Jamaica, concerning an Earthquake there. 
1692. 

10. John Hewlett, concerning a War with the Indians in South 
Carolina, 1715. 

11. A Prophetick saying of a Friend's Wife in York, in K. Charles' 
2nd Reign. 

12. John Love's Prophecy concerning Bristol. 

13. A Friend in Hertfordshire 's ditto. And a Collection of Earth- 
quakes, which have been in England, &c. from 1st Month, 1726, 
to 1728. 

And the Foreign parts mentioned in this Collection are the 
following, viz., Villa Nova Portimao, in Portugal, Malaga, 
Vienna, Naples, Sicily, Pome, Malta, Bologna, Paris, Boston, 
in New-England, Barbados, Strasburg, etc. 

Note. — The Messages and Warnings, &c. — was disapproved of and 
testified against by the Meeting for Sufferings, by Minute, dated, 
1st month 28th, 1701. — Our worthy Friend David Hall, how- 

tever quotes from it, see his Life, 1st edition, page 148, printed in 
1758, or 2nd edition, page 137, printed 1799. 

— A Brief Testimony and Witness against Friends wearing of 

Perriwigs, &c. By Humphry Wolrich. Made Publick, in 

obedience to the Lord, by Bichard Bury, 1708. [Post- 
humous, See H. W. 

B. — No Printer's name or place, 1708. 1 

SH, William, of Woolwich, Kent, last of Blachwall, London. 
Not a Member of the Society but an attender of Friends' 
Meeting at Patcliff, during the latter part of bis Life. 

■ — A Brief Account of William Busb, late Carpenter on board 
the " Henry Freeling," including his Correspondence with 
Daniel Wheeler. [By Edward C. May, of Tottenham."] 
London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate-street- Without. 

12mo. 18M. If 

Reprinted by The Friends' Tract Association, London. 

He died suddenly of apoplexy, on the 8th of the 2nd mo., 1844, 
aged 50 years, and was buried in the Steeple-House grave-yard, 
Woolwich $ 

: JTCHER, John, of the City of London. 

■ — A Sermon preached by Mr. John Butcber, at Gracechurch 
Street, March the 11th, 1693.— Page 150, of " The Con- 
currence and Unanimity of the People called Quakers," &c. 

8vo. 1694. 

Reprinted.— See Sermons. 
He died of the Dropsy at Palmer s Green, near Edmonton, Middlesex, 
the 16th (the Registry, says 17th) of 9th month, 1721, aged about 
55 years, and was buried at Bunhill Fields, on the 21st, after a 
Meeting at the Bull and Mouth Meeting House. — His residence 
was in the Parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield, London, 
and he was a member of the Peel Monthly Meeting. 

2 B2 



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372 A CATALOGUE OF B D 

BUTTIVANT, Samuel, of Yorkshire? 

An Epistle to the Serious Sober Christian, To the Eeader, &c., 

prefixed to M A Brief Discovery of a threefold Estate of Anti- 
christ," &c. by Thos. Aldam and others. 4to. London, 1G53. - 

*BTJXTO]S T , Thomas Fowell, M.P. for Weymouth, was a Son of 
Thomas Eowell Buxton, of Earls Colne, in Essex, and was 
born at Castle Hedingham, in 1786. His Father was a 
Member of the Church of England, his Mother belonged to 
the Society of Eriends. About 1808 he removed to London, 
and became a Partner in Truman's Brewery in Spitalfields. 
— His Country Seat was North Repps Hall, near Aylsham, in 
Norfolk. 

The Speech of Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq., at the Egyptian 

Hall, on the 26th November, 1816, on the subject of C^e 
Qtetrrgg in J^pitalfuItJS. To which is added the Keport of 
the Spitalfields Association, Read at the Meeting. 

London : Printed and Sold by William Phillips, George 

Yard, Lombard Street, etc. ... ... ... 8vo. 1816. 1 

An Inquiry, whether Crime and Misery are produced or pre- 
vented, by our present system of prison Stsctpluu. Illus- 
trated by descriptions of the Borough Compter, Tothill 
Fields. The Jails at St. Albans, and at Guildford. The 
Jail at Bury. The Maison de Force at Ghent. The Phila- 
delphia Prison. The Penitentiary at Millbank. And the 
Proceedings of the Ladies' Committee at Newgate. By 
Thomas Fowell Buxton. 

London: Printed for John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill ; 
Buttericorth and Sons, Fleet-street ; and John Hatchard, 
Piccadilly 8vo. 1818. 9 

Appendix to the First edition of An Inquiry, whether Crime 

and Misery are produced or prevented, by our present system 
of Prison Discipline. By Thomas Fowell Buxton : Contain- 
ing an Account of the Prisons at Ilchester and at Bristol. 
London : Printed for John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill ; 
Buttericorth and Sons, Fleet Street ; and John Hatchard, 
Piccadilly 8vo. 1818. 1 

An Inquiry whether Crime and Misery, &c, 2nd edition. 

London: Printed for John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill; 
Buttericorth and Sons, Fleet-street ; and John Hatchard, 
Piccadilly 8vo. 1818. 11 

Reprinted.— The 3rd edition 1818. 

Reprinted— The 4th edition 1818. 

Reprinted. — The 5th edition. 

Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable Sf Co., Edin- 
burgh ; and J. Sf A. Arch, and J. Buttei'worth Sf Son, 
London. 18mo. 1818. 



:UX friends' books. 373 

BUXTON, Thomas Fowell ,— continued. 

— The Substance of the Speech of T. F. B. in the House of 

Commons, March 2nd, 1819, on the motion of Sir James 
Macintosh, " That a select Committee be appointed, to 
consider of so much of the Criminal laws as relates to 
capital Punishments or felonies," etc. ... 8vo. London, 1819. 

— J^cbmti) of ^tmtsljmcnt. Speech of Thomas Fowell Buxton, 
Esq., in the House of Commons, Wednesday, May 23rd, 1821, 
on the Bill " For mitigating the Severity of Punishment in 
certain cases of Forgery, and the crimes connected therewith." 

I London : Printed by A. Applegarth, Stamford-street, and 

sold by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill. ... 8vo. 1822. 3 £ 

— The African Slave Trade. % By Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq. 

I London : John Murray, Albemarle-street. ... 8vo. 1839. 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London: John Murray, Albemarle-street. ... 8vo. 1839. 16 

— A Letter to Lord J. Bussell ... on certain allegations 

recently made in the House of Commons, in the Debate on 
Sir George Strickland's Motion for the Abolition of Negro 
Apprenticeship. ... ... ... ... 8vo. London, 1838. 

— A Beview of " The African Slave Trade, by Thomas Fowell 

Buxton, Esq." Eeprinted from the Leeds Mercury, 

Birmingham : Printed by B. Hudson, Bull Street. 12mo. 1839. 1£ 

— The Remedy : being a Sequel to the African Slave Trade. 

8vo. London, 1840. 

— The African Slave Trade and its Bemedy. By Thomas Fowell 

Buxton, Esq. (With a Map.) 

London: John Murray, Albemarle Street. ... 8vo. 1840. 37 
Note. — The first Part of this book is a repriDt of the preceding volume 
published in 1839. 

— Abridgement of Sir T. F. B.'s Work, entitled, "The African 

Slave Trade and its Bemedy." With an explanatory preface 
and appendix. 

2nd edition. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. London, 1840. 

Der Afrikanische Sklavenhandel und seine Abhiilfe von T. F. B. 

Aus dem Englischen iibersetyt von Gr. Julius. Mit siner 
Vorrede die Niger expedition und ihre Bestimmung von C. 
Bitter. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. Leipzig, 1811. 

— [Biographical Sketch.] SeeGeldart(H.R.) The Man in Earnest, &c. 
Sir T. F. B., a Study for young men, etc. by T. Binney. 



374 A CATALOGUE OF BY: 

*BUXTON, Thomas Powell,— continued. 

Memoirs of Sir Thomas Eowell Buxton, Bart. Edited by his 

Son, Charles Buxton, Esq., B.A. With a Portrait and 
"Woodcuts. , <pj 

3rd 8vo. edition. 

London : John Murray, Albemarle Street. 8vo. 1851. 39 

4th edition. ... ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 

Memoirs of Sir T. E. Buxton, Bart. Edited by C. B. With 

an inquiry into the results of emancipation. New edition. 

London, Edinburgh \_Printed.~] ... ... ... 12mo. 1860. 

Note. — One of a series called " Murray's Railway Reading." 

He died the 19th of 2nd month, 1845, in his 59th year, and was 
buried in the little church at Overstrand, Norfolk. See also a 
memoir with portrait of him in " The People's Gallery of Engra- 
vings." 

BUY, John and William Lamboll, of Beading, Berkshire. 

A Stop to the JfatSe Cijaractert^cr'S Hue-and-Cry, and a 

Reproof to their Unfruitful Works of Darkness, Wherein 
the Eolly of b. a and l. k. is <&rtatlp fHantfes'tcfc and their 
Malice & Enyy Detected. 

4to. Printed by Andrew Sowle, in the Year, 1685. 3 

Something in Answer to Thomas Curtis and B. C.'s (Benjn. 

Coale's] Beasons why the Meeting -House Doors were shut up 
at Reading, — (part Jas. Pottek's.) 

4to. No Printer's name or place, [1686.] 2 
John Buy died on the 26th of the 12th month, 1712, and was buried 
at Ortfields, Heading. 

BYED, Eebecca, of Marnhull, Dorsetshire. 

A Testimony concerning her. — Printed by direction of the 

Yearly Meeting of Eriends, held in London, 1835. 

8vo. London, 1835. 1 
She died the 24th of 5th month, 1834, aged about 76 years. 
BYED, William, of Marnhull, Dorsetshire. 

and Ann Brewster. — A Testimony concerning them. See 

Testimonies. ... 8vo. London, 1836. 1 

He died the 16th of the 12th month, 1835, aged about 78 ; a minister 
about 43 years. 

BYENES, Daniel, of Wilmington, on the Delaware, North America. 

A Short Address to the English Colonies in North- America. 

[On a Day being set apart for Fasting and Prayer.~\ 

Folio. {Wilmington, 6th Mo. 20th, 1775.) 






(A L friends' books. 375 



i B. — See Benjamin Clabk. 
0. (E.) 

— Strictures on a small piece, entitled, The Deism of the 
Schismatics exposed. 

London : Printed for J. Johnson, in St. PauVs Church 

Yard 8vo. 1802. 1£ 

G-. and E. N., of Berkshire. 

Envy and Folly Detected : by way of a Reply to a scandalous 
Pamphlet, lately published by Ifcobert Bridgeman, &c. [See 
Anon.] ... 8vo. London, Pnnted for Sarah H owkins, 1695. 1J 

. M., of Dublin. 

Seventh Day JN"ight. Addressed to a Friend. (Written in 
1807) — inserted at page 45, of Vol. 8, of The Belfast Monthly 
Magazine. .. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1810. 

. W. B. See "William Bell Crafton. 
ADE, John, of Norfolk. 

rand Eichaed Ashbt and John Fiddeman. — The True Light 
owned and vindicated, and the Believers in it Defended : and 
Blasphemy and Blasphemers justly Detected. 

London, Printed and Sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court in Gracious Street, and at the Bible in Leadenhall 
Street. 4to. 1699. If 

ADWALLADEB, Abraham, of Abinyton, America. 

— Testimony concerning him. [In " Comly's Miscellany," "Vol. 

6, page 347.] *12mo. 1835. 

He died the 2nd of the 10th mouth, 1793, aged nearly 62 years. 
CALLAWAY, Henry, of London. 

— Immediate Revelation : being a brief view of the dealings of 

God with man in all ages, showing the universal and imme- 
diate agency of the Holy Spirit under different dispensations ; 
and that the Christian is especially authorised to expect 
immediate communications of the Divine "Will. [Anony- 
mous.] 

London: Harvey and Dar ton, Gracechurch Street. 12mo. 1841. 4 \/ 

Reprinted with this addition on the Title, " By a Member of 

the Society of Friends." 12mo. 1842. 4 

■— The Way to Christ. 

London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street. 12mo. 1844. 1 ^ 
Eeprinted. — 2nd edition. 

London : C. Gilpin, 5. Bishopsgate Street. 12mo. 1844. 1 






376 A CATALOGUE OF C A 

*CALLAWAY, Henry, — continued. 

A Memoir of James Parnell, with extracts from his writings. 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street. lGmo. 1846. - 

The Two Malefactors ; or, Judgment and Mercy. 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 

12mo. 1851. 

CALLOWHILL, Thomas, of Bristol. 

and others. — A Testimony concerning Charles Marshall, dated, 

Bristol, the 22nd of the 10th month, 1703. (In " Chas. 

Marshall's Sion's Travellers Comforted, &c." ... 8vo. 1704. 

/A (Or Men's Meeting in Bristol.) Serious admonition and 

tender Advice to Friends at Bristol. 1705. ... 8vo. 1706. ] 
Thos. Callowhill was buried at Bristol, the 5th of 5th month, 1712. 

CAMM, Ann, of Camsgill, Westmoreland. 

Her Testimony concerning John Audland her late Hushand. 

(Written in 1681.) See Camm and Audland's Works, 

printed in 1689. 

Memoir of Ann Camm, in The Friends' Library, edited by 

Wm. and Thos. Evans. ... ... Philadelphia, printed, 1837. 

She died in the year 1705. 

C. (J.) Supposed John Camm. 

A True Discovery of the Ignorance, Blindness, and Darkness 

of those Who are called Magistrates about Carlile in Cumber- 
land, who call Light Darkness, and Truth Error, &c. — J. C. 

London, Printed for G. Calvert. 4to. 1654. 2 

CAMM, John, of Camsgill, near Kendal, in Westmoreland. 

This was the Word of the Lord which John Camm, and 

Eeancis Howgill was moved to declare and write to Oliver 
Cromwell, who is named Lord Protector : shewing the cause 
why they came to speak to him, &c. 

4to. London, printed, Anno Bom. 1654. 1 

Some Particulars concerning the Law sent to Oliver Crom- 
well ; who is Chief Ruler in these Nations, according to Man, 
and to the Counsellors who sit in Council with him, etc. 

4to. London, Printed Anno Bom. 1654. 1 

Eeprinted. ... ... 4to. London, Printed Anno Bom. 1655. 1 

Works, page 297 

The Memory of the Eighteous Eevived ; being a brief Collec- 
tion of the Books and Written Epistles of %q\)\\ Camm and 
$oi)n &uttlantf. Those two faithful and honourable Servants 
of the Lord, who were called to the work of the Ministry in 
the morning of God's blessed day dawned in this Genera- 






Ct m friends' books. 377 

CMM, John, — continued. 

tion ; and, with other Brethren, bore the heat and burden of 
the day faithfully, to the end and finishing of their Course, 
being entered into the joy of their Lord. Together with 
several Testimonies relating to those two Faithful Labourers. 
Published for the service of Truth and Friends, by Cijomasl 
Camm, & Cljavlts' JHanfyaL 

London, Printed and sold by Andrew Sowle, at the Crooked 
Billet in Hollow ay- Lane in Shoreditch, and ct the Three 
Keys in Nags Head Court in Grace- Church- Street. 

8vo. 1689. 27i 

- Life of John Camm. — In " Tuke's Biographical Notices," Vol. 
2, page 21 12mo. York, 1815. ■ 

Letter to Oliver Cromwell. — In Collectitia, page 384. See 
Wm. Alexakdeb 8vo. 1824. 

— Memoir of John Camm. In The Friends' Library, edited by 

Wm. & Thos. Evans. ... ... Philadelphia, printed, 1841 . 

He died in the year 1665 (if not 56) and w?.s buried at Birkrig Park 
burying-place, aged about 52 years, says John Whiting in his 
Catalogue, but the Registries at Devonshire House Meeting-house, 
date his death 1656. 

E MM, Thomas, (his Son, of the same place.) 

— The Etiu of Crutfj and True Judgment, stretched over the 

Heads of Falshood and Deceit, In a short, yet serious Exami- 
nation of a Printed Book, Entituled, [The Memory of that 
Servant of God John Story Revived.'] Subscribed in parts, 
by several persons therein named ; Wherein their f^ypocn^p 
& 'Muzit, in gfyplautting fjtm, is manifested and detected, and 
their groundless Clamour and Calumnies against order and 
Discipline amongst God's People Kebuked : Together with a 
short account of what the seperate Meeting in Westmoreland 
(that the said J. S. and J. W. were the Principal Authors of) 
is come to. By Thomas Camme. 

London, Printed by John Bringhurst at the Sign of the Book 
and Three Black-Birds in Leaden-Hall-Mutton-Market. 

4to. 1684. 5± 

— — The Admirable and Glorious Appearance of the Eternal God, 

in his Glorious Power, in and through a child of the Age of 

betwixt 8 and 9 years, &c. 

London, Printed by John Bringhurst at the Sign of the Book 
and Three Black-Birds in Leaden-Hall Mutton Market, 
{who formerly lived at the sign of the Book in Grr ace- 
Church- Street.) 4to. 1684. 1 

— His Testimony concerning John Camm and John Audland. — 

Written in Appleby Goal, in 1680. — See Camm and Atjd- 
land's Works. ' Svo. 1689. 



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378 A CATALOGUE OF CAj 

CAMM, Thomas, — continued. 

A Testimony to the fulfilling the Promise of God relating 

to such Women, who through the pouring out of God's 
Spirit upon them, are become Prophetesses, &c. With a 
Postscript, by Eichaed Eichaedson. 

Printed by Andrew Sowle : and sold at the Three Keys in 

Nag' 's-head- Court in Gracechurch- Street. ... 4to. 1689. * 

A> An Old Apostate Justly exposed his Treachery to the Holy 

God, his Truth and People manifested (against Heney 

WlNDEE.) 

London, Printed and sold hy T. Sowle, next door to the 
Meeting -House in White- H art-Court in Gracious- Street, 
and at the Bible in Leaden-Hall- Street near the Market. 

8vo. 1698. 

His Testimony concerning Bo gee Haydock. — See Eoger 

Hay dock's Works. ... ... ... Printed in 8vo. 1700. J 

Tetjth prevailing with Season, against Clamour and Sailing ; 

and the Hypocrisie and confusion of Henry Winder, Ann, his 
Wife, and their Abettors, further discovered and laid open, in 
a Brief examination and detection of their confused, but 
malicious Book, stiled, A Penitent old Disciple vindicated, Sfc. 
subscribed to by Henry Winder. With a further Beprehen- 
sion of his abusive Publisher. By Tho. Camm. 

London, Printed, and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious- Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1706. 

A Lying Tongue Eeproved : in some remarks upon a scandalous 

Pamphlet lately published, stiled, Cfje Spirit of <&uaitm£m 
CIobeti4ootttJ, &c. Subscribed by Samuel Audland, and a 
Preface by Thomas Dixon. The False and Foul Charges of 
Forgery, &c. detected, and the Quakers cleared thereof. 
[Written at Bowhampton, near London, the 18th of the 5th 
month, 1707.] 

London : Printed and sold by J. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious- Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1708. 

His Testimony concerning Maegaeet Pox. (Written in 

1706.)— See Margaret Fox's Works. Printed in 8vo. 1710. \ 

Memoir of Thomas Camm. In The Friends' Library, edited 

by Wm. and Thos. Evans, Vol. 1. Philadelphia : Printed, 1837. 

He died at his own house, between the 13th and 14th of 1st Month, 
1701. 

CAMFIELD, Francis, of London. 

and others. A Testimony concerning William Dewsbery, — from 

us who have long known him, and his Faithful Travels and 
Labours and Sufferings, in and for the Gospel of Christ. — 
See W. D.'s Works. 4to. 1689. \ 



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». 1698. 1 / 

?. 1708. 1 7 



A FIELD, Francis, — continued. 

— A Sermon preached by Mr. Francis Cainfield, at Gracechurch 

Street, May, the 14th, 1093. See page 38 of u The Concur- 
rence and Unanimity of the People called Quakers," &c. 

8vo. 1694. 
Reprinted.— See Sermons. 
Y and others. An Epistle of Caution to all Friends professing 
the Blessed Truth ; to prevent injustice and injury, and the 
Reproach thereof in divers matters herein mentioned. [See 
also Six- Weeks Meeting.] 

London, Printed by Tace Sowle. ... ... 12mo. 

Reprinted. ... 12mo. London: Printed by J. Sowle. 

He died the 13th of 7th Month, 1708, aged 80 years. 

.SABY, Charles, of Bridlington, Yorkshire. 

-- Something left behind him in MS. concerning his Convince- 
ment of the Truth, and Sufferings for the same. See John 
Richardson's Journal. Query, whether printed ? 

.SDLER, John, of Chelmsford, Essex. ?/- 

-- A Reply to the Pamphlet of a Country Clergyman, entitled, 
Reasons for not attending The British and Foreign Bible 
Society. [Anonymous.] 

Chelmsford: Printed and sold by Meggy fy Co. 8vo. [1812.] 1 

-- West Indies. — Extracts from the Journal of John Candlee, 
whilst travelling in Jamaica. Parts 1 and 2. 

London : Harvey and Barton, Gracechurch- street. 

8vo. 1840-41. 6 

— Brief Notices of Hayti: with its condition, resources, and 

Prospects. 

London : Thomas Ward and Co., 27, Paternoster -row ; and 

Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate-street Without. 12mo. 1842. 7f 

--and G-. W. Alexandee. — The British West Indies in 1850. 

See The Anti- Slavery Reporter, Vol. 6, New Series. Folio. 1851. 

-- and Wilson Buegess. Narrative of a Recent visit to Brazil, 
by John Candler and Wilson Burgess : to present an address 
on the Slave Trade and Slavery, issued by the Religious 
Society of Friends. [Published by The Meeting for Suffer- 
ings.] 

London : Edward Marsh, Friends' Booh and Tract Deposi- 
tory, SI, Houndsditch 8vo. 1853. 5| 

-NDLER, Maria, of Springfield, near Chelmsford. 

— and Catharine Alexander. Extracts of Letters lately received 

from the West Indies, in regard to Education and the 

Cholera Folio. No Printer's name or place. [1851.] 1 



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380 A CATALOGUE OF C. 

CANDLEE, William, of Ipswich, last of Norwich. 

Correspondence without Controversy : written with a view to 

tbe Promotion of a good understanding between the Church of 
England and the Society of Dissenters, commonly called 
Quakers. By William Candler. 

London : Printed by W. Phillips, George-yard, Lombard- 
street 24mo. 1809. 

Approved of by the Morning Meeting. 

A Plea, for practical propriety, in the use of Sound Speech that 

cannot be condemned. Addressed to the Society of Friends. 
By William Candler. 

Printed and sold by William Phillips, George-yard, Lom- 
bard-street Folio. 1814. 

(Query, An Epistle, 1794 ?) 

He died in the 3rd month, 1820. 

CAPPER, Ann, Wife of Jasper Capper, of Stoke Newington. 

To the Inhabitants of Stoke Newington. 

Llewellyn, Printer, Rochester-terrace. ... ... 4to. [1819.] 

She died the 19th of the 11th month, 1821, aged 66 years. 
*CAPPER, John, of Gracechurch Street, London. 

Temperance and Abstinence. ... ... 12mo. No date. 4 pa< 

He has been deceased some years. 

C APPEE, Joseph, of Bristol. Son of Samuel Capper. 

Negro's Friend. [Anon.] 12mo. No date. 12 pa> 

He died the 21st of 12th month, 1844, aged 38 years. 

C APPEE, Mary, of Birmingham. 

An Affectionate Address. To those who are employed in 

Harvest work. [Anonymous.] 

Coventry, Printer, Tottenham. 4to. 1815. 

Eeprinted, in the Memoir as under, page 177. 

A Memoir of Mary Capper, — a Minister of tbe Society of 

Eriends. [Edited by Katharine Backhouse.] 

London : Charles Gilpin, Bishopsgate-street Without ; 
York: John L. Linney, Low-Ousegate. ... 8vo. 1847. 

Eeprinted in " The Friend's Library," Vol. 

Philadelphia. 1848. 

Memoir of Mary Capper (abridged from the above.) 

18mo. Philadelphia. 1860. 
She died the 23rd of the 5th month, 1845, aged 90. A Minister about 
55 years. 

C APPEE, Samuel, of Bristol, was the son of Jasper and Anne 
Capper, and was born in London the 2nd of the 3rd month, 

1782. 

The Acknowledged Doctrines of the Church of Eome, being 



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i'PER, Samuel, — continued. 

an exposition of Eoman Catholic Doctrines, as set forth by- 
esteemed Doctors of the said Church, and confirmed by 
repeated publication, with the sanction of Bishops and Min- 
isters of her Communion. By Samuel Capper. In 2 
Volumes. 

London: Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate-street Without; 

Dublin: James B. Gilpin, Dame-street. ... 8vo. 1849-51. 71 

— Memoir of Samuel Capper. [Edited by Kathabixe Back- 

house.] 

London : William and Frederick G. Cash, 5, Bishopsgate- 
street Without. 8vo. 1855. 15 

He died suddenly, soon after taking his seat in the evening meeting, 
at Weston-super-Mare, Somersetshire, on First-day, the 29th of 8th 
month, 1852, aged 70 years. A Minister about 39 years. His 
remains were interred at the Friars', Bristol, on the 5th of 9th 
month. 

L?PEE, Samuel (his Son) of Gotham Brow, Bristol. 

— A Few facts illustrative of the efficiency and progress of the 

Homoeopathic System of Medicine, containing a description 
of 20 principal remedies. To which is added information 
respecting some of the Dispensaries, &c, in the South of 
England. [Axon.] 

Bristol : Printed by James Ackland, Dolphin Street. 

12mo. 1855. | 

IRBUTT, Edward, M.D., of Manchester, and one of the Phy- 
sicians to the Infirmary in that City. 

-- His dissertation on taking his degree, viz. 

— Tentamen inaugurale de siptematis nervosi physiologia. 

Edinburgh: Printed by Ballantyne fy Co. ... 8vo. 1814. 68 pp. 

He was also the Author of a series of Clinical Lectures, which were 
delivered to the pupils of the Infirmary. 

He died the 25th of the 2nd Month, 1836. 

:RLETO]S T , Thomas, of Cumberland. 

— The Captives Complaint, or the Prisoner's Plea Against the 

Burthensome and Contentious title of Ttthes. With a 
True Relation of the Prisoners Spiritual Progress, and 
Travel towards the New and Heavenly Jerusalem. 

Small 8vo. Printed in the Tear, 1668. 9 

"Works, page 1. 

v - A General Epistle : containing wholsome Admonition and 
advice to Friends in Jr eland, and elsewhere. By Thomas 
Carleton. 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1676.] 1 

Works, page 169. 



382 A CATALOGUE OF Q 

CAELETON, Thomas,— continued. 

and Thomas Langhoen. — A Testimony concerning Francis 

Howgill (in Verse). In Francis Howgil's Works. 

Folio. 1676. 

To the Called of God, and true Professors of the Light and 

Spirit of Jesus Christ, in these Northern Nations. — Only in 
his Works, page 145. 

The Memo by of That Faithful Servant of the Lord, Thomas 

Carleton, Eeviv'd, being a Collection of several of his 
Writings, in the ensuing Volume as a Testimony of his 
Zeal for promoting the blessed Truth and Establishing of 
Friends therein. Also some Testimonies, <fcc. 

Small 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1694. 

He died at Ballinacarrick, in the County of Wicklow, Ireland, the 
18th of the 9th month, 1684. Aged 48 years. 

CAEBINGrTON, Thomas, of Pennsylvania, in America. 

A Christian Exhortation to the People, (dated London, the 

9th of 3rd month, 1778.) 

Broadside. No Printer's name or place. [1778.] 

Eeprinted. — 12mo. ... ... No Printer's name, place or date. 

Eeprinted. — Another edition. ... 8vo. No date. 

Eeprinted. — A new edition. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 16mo. 1803. 

CAETEE, William, of Cumberland. 

The Memory of that Faithful Servant of Christ, William 

Caetee, late of Cumberland (Deceased,) Eevived. In the 
Testimonies of Certain Faithful Friends given concerning 
him, his Faithful Ministry and Blessed End. 

London, Printed for Thomas Norlhcott, in George-yard, 
in Lumbar •d-street, MDXC. (should be ... ... 1690.) 

See Testimonies. 
He died the 14th day of the 9th month, 1686, at Markgrange, and 
was buried the 16th at the Friends' Burying-place. 

CASH, Thomas, of Morley, Cheshire. A Minister. 

To such of the Inhabitants in, and near, Wilmslow, as have 

lately been Instrumental in causing great vanity and wicked- 
ness, by Horse Eaces, Bull Baiting, &c. — [Morley, 8th of 
9th month, 1792.] 

4to. Broadside. No Printers name or place. [1792.] 

To such of the Inhabitants, &c, the same title as above. (6th 

of 9th month, 1798.) 4to. [1798.] 

Eeprinted 4to. [1798.] 



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FRIENDS BOOKS. 

H, Thomas, — continued. 
\ To those Inhabitants in and about "Wilmslow who have lately 

been the cause of <©rcat (JFamti) anU OTtcktBncSS in the time 

of their Wake by Horse Kaces, &c. 

Broadside. No Printers name or place. [1799.] \ 

I To the Inhabitants in and about OTtlmslIofo, (about Horse 

Races.) Bayley, Printer, Macclesfield 4to. 1806. \ 

.. To the Inhabitants in about OTtlmSlofo, (as last, about Horse 

Eaces.) {Bayley, Printer.) Broadside. 1808. £ 

He died the 16th of 1st month, 1809. Aged 70 years. 

?ipina's (Tamoc) Letters ; containing Observations on a 
variety of subjects, Literary, Moral, and Religious. Written 
by a Gentleman who resided some time in Philadelphia. 
To which is added, The Life and Character of Wm. Penn, 
Esq. ; Original Proprietor of Pennsylvania. In 2 vols. 
Bath : Reprinted by R. Cruttwell ; and sold by E. and C. 
Billy, in the Poultry, and J. Phillips, George-yard, Lom- 
bard-street, London. , ... ... 16mo. 1777. 13f 

Eeprinted in Dublin ? 
Note. — The Life of Wm. Penn, annexed to tbis edition of " CASPT- 
pina's Letters," was written by Edmund Rack, of Bath, and the 
whole work edited by him. The name of Caspipina is assumed, or 
rather a mere cypher. He was a Clergyman and Rector of Christ 
Church (so called) in Philadelphia, whose real name is Jacob 

IDuche, of an excellent character. — See E. Rack. 
" Tamoc Caspipina : The Assistant Minister Of Christ's Church And 
St. Peter's In Philadelphia Id North America. 

.CALOGUES OF FRIENDS' BOOKS, etc., in Libraries be- 
longing to Preparative, Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly, and 
other Meetings, etc., etc. 

-- A Catalogue of Friends' Books, collected by Samuel Fuller, 

oiBublin 173G. 

Note. — The following advertisement appears at the end of May 
Drummond's " Internal Revelation, &c." Dublin edition, 8vo, 
1736 :- 

" Note, — There is also a Parcel of valuable Friends' Books, (Col- 
lected by Samuel Fuller, lately deceased,) to be disposed of 
by Auction, at the above place (Mary Fuller's, at the Globe 
in Meath-Street, Dublin) where a Catalogue may be seen : 
the sale to begin the 5th of 9th month, 1736, at the 6th Hour 
in the evening, and to continue till all are sold." 

-- A Catalogue of Fbiexds' Books Wanted to complete the 
Collection. If any Friends, who have any of the Books 
herein mentioned, and are willing to dispose of them, will 
send them to James Phillips, in George-yard, Lombard- 
street, London, they may have the value thereof either in 



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CA 






CATALOGUES,— continued. 

Money or Books, t This mark denotes, that it is uncertain 
whether the article has been printed. 

B. Signifies that the article was printed on the Broadside 
of a sheet. 

Where the size is not mentioned, it is generally in Quarto, 
if before 1708 8vo. 1779. 

A Catalogue of the Books belonging^to the Friends'of Leeds 

Particular Meeting. 

Leeds: Printed by J. Binns. ... ... ... 8vo. 1794. 

A Catalogue of Books, in the Closet of the Meeting House, 

in Kendal, belonging to the Quarterly Meeting of Westmore- 
land, and the Preparative Meeting of Kendal, the 3rd of the 
7th Mo. 1801, under the care of Jonathan Dalton. 

W. Pennington, Printer, Kendal. ... ... Folio. [1801.] 

A Catalogue of Books, belonging to the Monthly Meeting of 

Friends, of the Upperside of the County of Bucks, deposited 
at Wycombe. 

Righ-Wy combe : Printed by T. Orger. ... 12tno. 1803. 

A Catalogue of Books, belonging to Friends of Sheffield Meet- 
ing, for the perusal of members of the Society and others, 
free of expence. 

Sheffield : Printed by J. Montgomery ; at the Iris Office. 

12mo. 1805. 

List of Books belonging to Gracechurch-street Monthly 

Meeting. 

London : Printed by William Phillips, George-yard, Lom- 
bard-street. ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1810. 

A Catalogue of Books belonging to Southwark Monthly 

Meeting Broadside. 1810. 

List of Books belonging to Devonshire House Monthly 

Meeting. 

London : Printed by William Phillips, George-yard, Lom- 
bard-street. ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1811. 

A Catalogue of Books, belonging to the Library of Friends, 

Hunter Street, Liverpool. 

Liverpool : Printed by James Smith, near the Exchange. 

12mo. 1811. 1 

A Catalogue of the Books, belonging to Friends of Worcester 

Monthly Meeting. 1811. 

Worcester: Printed by Thomas Eaton. 8vo. [1811.] 

Catalogue of the Books belonging to the Library of the Three 

Monthly Meetings of Friends of Philadelphia. To which is 



I t friends' books. 385 

tALOOTES,— continued. 

prefixed a brief account of the Institution, with the Rules 
and Regulations. 

Philadelphia: Printed for the Society. 12mo. 1813. 117 pages. 

Note. — The following is the "Brief account of the Origin of the 
Friends' Library," as prefixed to this book, viz. : — 

"It appears that about the year 1740, our ancient Friend 
Thomas Ckalkley, bequeathed his books to the Monthly Meet- 
ing of Philadelphia, to be added to the Doctrinal tracts and 
other religious Treatises then in possession of the Meeting ; 
with a view to render the collection more extensively useful, 
by letting out the books to Friends and other sober persons, 
gratis. 

" The books were about that time deposited in an apart- 
ment belonging to the public schools, under the care of Friends, 
and they remained in charge of the different Teachers, suc- 
cessively, until they were removed, in 1809, into the room 
appropriated for that purpose, in the new building in Mul- 
berry Street. 

" The small Collection above mentioned had been, however, 
considerably increased by a donation from Peter Collinson, of 
London, and by the legacies of our Friends Anthony Benezet 
and John Pemberton, together with a considerable number of 
books contributed by various other persons ; and since the 
Library has been placed in its present repository, a bequest 
in money has been laid out in suitable works agreeably to the 
Will of our Friend James Pemberton. 

"The Library now contains about 1,000 volumes (including 
a considerable number of scarce pamphlets bound up together), 
by which general information, and particularly religious in- 
struction, is freely communicated to many who would other- 
wise, in a greater or lesser degree, stand in need of this ready 
means of solid improvement and rational relaxation." — Then 
follows, " The Eules and Eegulations for the government of 
the Library." 

•:- A Catalogue of Books, belonging to York Monthly Meeting, 

and to the several particular Meetings, constituting it. 1813. 

York : Printed by C. Peacock, for W. Alexander, Castlegate. 

12mo. [1813.] 1 

— A Catalogue of Books, belonging to the Society of Friends of 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1817. 

Newcastle : Printed by J. Clark, Newgate-street. 4to. [1817.] \% 

— Catalogue of Books, in the Library belonging to Dublin 

Meeting. 
• Dublin : Printed by J. Jones, 40, South Great George's 

Street. 18mo. 1817. $ 

-- Catalogue of Boohs and Pamphlets belonging to the $cel 

London: Printed 'by W.Darto?i,Jun., Kolborn Rill. 12mo. 1817. $ 
Reprinted (with additions.) 

London : Printed by Richard Barrett, Jun., 13, Mark Lane. 

12mo. 1852. 1 

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CATALOGUES,— continued. 

A Catalogue of Books, belonging to the Society of Friends, 

North Shields. W.Barnes, Printer, Howard-street. 12mo. 1819. 

A Catalogue of Books in the Library of Friends, Hunter 

Street, Liverpool. 

Liverpool : Printed by James and Jonathan Smith. 12mo. 1820. 1 

Catalogue of Books explanatory of the Eeligious Principles 

of the Society of Friends ; to be lent out to read, agreeably 
to the following regulation?. 

Young, Gal lie fy Co., Printers. ... . . 8vo. A 7 o date. 

Note. — This is the Glasgow catalogue, though not stated so. 

A Catalogue of Books, belonging to Friends of Pardshaw ; to 

which are prefixed the Eules for the government of the 
Library. CocJcer mouth : Printed by Thomas Bailey. 12mo. 1821. 

Catalogue of Books, belonging to the Meeting of Friends, at 

Manchester. ... ... I. Aston, Printer. 12mo. No date, j 

A Catalogue of Books belonging to Southwark Monthly 

Meeting. 

London : Printed by Harvey, Barton and Co., 55, Grace- 
church-street. 12 mo. 1822. 

Eeprinted. — London : Printed by Barton and Harvey. 12mo. 1834. 

Catalogue of Books, belonging to the Library of the Society 

of Friends, Manchester. 

Manchester : Printed by H. Smith and Brothers, Lris 

Office. 12mo. 1822. ] 

Catalogue of Books, belonging to the several particular meet- 
ings, of Marsden Monthly Meeting, also, of those belonging 
to the Monthly Meeting at large. 

Rochdale : Printed by M. Lancashire, Market-place. 

12mo. 1824 

Catalogue of the Library of the Literary Society of Friends ; 

with a prefatory notice of its Origin, Objects, and present 
state. 

London : Printed for the Society by J. Moyes, Bouverie- 
street ' ... 8vo. 1S25. 

A Catalogue of the Books belonging to the Preparative Meet- 
ing of Friends in Kendal. 

Kendal: Printed by T. Richardson. ... ... 12mo. 1826. 

£i Catalogue of JSoofcs* belonging to the Society of Friends, of 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1826. To which is added, an Index to 
the Principnl Articles of Christian Faith and Practice. [By 
Geoege Eichabdsox.] 

Ni iccastlc : Printed by T. and J. Hodgson, Union-street. 

8vo. 1S2G. 



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TALOGUES,— continued. 

List of Books, belonging to the Monthly Meeting of EatclifF 
and Barking. At Eatcliff and at Plaistow. 

Harvey, Darton fy Co., Printers, Gracecliurcli Street, London. 

Broadside. 1829. 1 

- A Catalogue of Books belonging to Friends of Coggeshall 
Monthly Meeting. 

Braintree ty Cogc/eshall : Printed by J. Joscelyne. 12mo. 1829. ^ 

- A Catalogue of Books in the Library, instituted by the Men's 

Monthly Meeting, in Bristol, 1805. Together with the Rules 
for lending them, and for supplying Friends and others with 
Books which are kept for the purpose of gratuitous distribu- 
tion. 

Bristol : Printed by Wright fy Bagnall, Bridge-street. 

12mo. 1829. 1 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition, complete to the end of 1839. 

Bristol: Printed by George Davey, Broad-street. 12 mo. 1810. 2 

Eeprinted, the 3rd edition, entitled,— 

■i- A Catalogue of Books in the Library, belonging to the Monthly 
Meeting in Bristol, first instituted in 1805, together with the 
Eules for lending them. Third edition, complete to the end 
of 6th month, 1860. Compiled by Francis Fry, at the request 
of a Committee of the Monthly Meeting. 

Bristol : Printed by Philip Pose, 57, Broadmead. 8vo. 1860. 3 

- A Catalogue of Books, belonging to Hitchin Monthly Meeting 

of Friends. ... ^Paternoster, Printer, Hitching 8vo. 1S30. 1^ 

A Catalogue of Books, belonging to Thaxted Monthly Meeting. 
Established 1830. Carter, Printer, Dun mow. 18mo. No date. J 

J- Catalogue of Books belonging to Friends of Evesham ; and 
deposited in their Meeting-House, 1835. 

Printed by George May, Bridge-street. ... 8vo. [1835.] -| 

■- Catalogue of the Books belonging to the Library of the Society 
of Friends, at their Meeting-House, Manchester. 

Manchester : Printed by John Harrison, Market Street. 

12mo. 1839. 1 

-- Supplement to the same. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1817. £ 

-- List of Books belonging to Devonshire House jHont!)lD 
fleeting. 

London : Harvey and Darton, Gracecliurcli Street. 12mo. 1810. 1 

-- A Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets belonging to Westminster 
Monthly Meeting. 

London: Printed by Jolt a Betts, 7, Compton Street, Bruns- 

ivick Square. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1812. 1 

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CATALOGUES,— continued. 

A Catalogue of Books belonging to Devonshire House Monthly 

Meeting, illustrative of the Christian Faith and Practice of 
the Religious Society of Friends. 

London: Harvey and Darton, Oracechurch Street. 12mo. 1843. 2 

A Catalogue of Books belonging to the Society of Friends of 

Sheffield, for the perusal of Members and attenders of their 
Meetings. 

Printed by J. Pearce, Junr., 24, Sigh Street , Sheffield. 

12mo. 1844. | 

A Catalogue of Books in the Library of Friends, Hunter 

Street, Liverpool. 

Manchester : John Harrison, Printer, Market Street. 12mo. 1845. 1| 

List of Books belonging to the Monthly Meeting of Friends, 

Gracechurch Street, London. 
London : Printed by Nosworthy and Wells, 72, Coleman 

Street 12mo. 1846. 1A 



Catalogue of Books in the Friends' Library, Beading. 

John Snare, Printer, Reading. ... ... 12mo. No date. \, 

Catalogues of the Centre, West Wing, and Classical Libraries 
at Ackworth School. 

York : James Hicnton, Printer, 15, Low Ousegate. 8vo. 1850. i 

Eules and Catalogue of the Brighton Friends' Permanent 
Library, adjoining the Meeting House. — Established 1835. 
Brighton : Printtd by Arthur Wallis, 5, Bartholomews. 

8vo. 1850. 2j 

Catalogue of Books belonging to Friends of Coggeshall 
Monthly Meeting. 

Printed for H. Doubleday, Coggeshall. 12 mo. [about 1850.] •. 

Catalogue of Books, belonging to Friends of Birmingham 
Meeting. 

Birmingham: Printed. ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1851. 1 

Friends' Etfcraro anfc 2fttatJmg4ftoom, White-Hart-Court, 
Gracechurch Street, London : established 1852. — Report of 
the Committee, with the Rules and Regulations, List of 
Donations, Subscriptions and Contributions, and & Catalogue 
oi tJje 23oofcS. 

London : Printed by Edward Newman, Devonshire Street, 
Bishopsgate. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1853. 

Catalogue of the Library of the Institute of the Society of 
Friends, for reading and mutual improvement, 18, Eustace 
Street, Dublin. (With) Objects, Rule?, and Bye-Laws. 
Dublin : Printed by Webb and Chapman, Great Brunswick 
Street. ... ' 12mo. 1853. 



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fciTALOG-UES,— continued. 

Catalogue of the lending Library belonging to Dublin Monthly- 
Meeting of the Society of Friends, at their Meeting- House, 
Eustace-Street. 

Dublin : Printed by Robert Chapman, 105, Great Bruns- 
wick Street 12mo. 1854. § 

- A Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets in the Library belonging 
to Westminster Monthly Meeting of Friends. 
London : Printed by John Betts, 115, Strand. ... 8vo. 1855. lijr 

- A Catalogue of Books, illustrative of the History, Biography, 
and Principles of the Society of Friends, the Property of 
Sheffield Meeting. 

Sheffield : Rogers, Printer, Britannia Office, Castle-street. 

12mo. 1855. 1 

- A Catalogue of Books belonging to Devonshire House- Pre- 
parative Meeting. Illustrative of the Christian Faith and 
Practice of the Religious Society of Friends. 

London : Printed by JE. Newman, 9, Devonshire-street, 

Bishopsgate. ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1856. 2^ 

- A Catalogue of Books belonging to Southwark Monthly 
Meeting. [Compiled by Joseph Smith.] 

London : Printed by Edward Newman, 9, Devonshire- 
street, Bishopsgate. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1856. 2^ 

- A Supplemental Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets in the 
Library belonging to Westminster Monthly Meeting of 
Friends 8vo. 1858. 1\ 

- A Catalogue of Books, belonging to the Library at the Friends' 
Meeting House, Peckham. 

London : Printed for Joseph Smith, Oxford-street, White- 
chapel 12mo. 1858. lj ; 

- Catalogue of Books, illustrative of the History, Biography, 
and Religious Principles of the Society of Friends, commonly 
called Quakers, in the Friends' Library at Fleetwood, belong- 
ing to Preston Preparative Meeting. 

Printed by William Alcock, 9, St. Marys-street, Man- 
chester. ' 12mo. 1859. \ 

- Notice to Friends and others attending Eatcliff Meeting. Any 
of the following Books, illustrative of the History, Biography, 
and Eeligious Principles, &c. — may be borrowed, &c. (being 
a List of Books belonging to RatclifF Meeting.) 

[Printed by George Bymer,for Joseph Smith.] Large B. 1859. 1 

- Catalogue of Books in the Library of the late Jokn Kexdall, 
Sold by Auction, at Sotheby and Wilkinson's. ... 8vo. 1865. 



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CATALOGUES,— continued. 

fHttcjlti) fttftrnut Htbrari). Catalogue of Books relating to 

the Society of Friends. Cf)t ^tft of the surviving children 
of the late James Midgley, of Spring Hill, Eochdale, To 
Lancashire and Cheshire Quarterly Meeting, 9th Month 17tb, 
1803. 

Manchester : Printed by Wm. Irwin, 5, Princess-street. 

8vo. 1866. | 
See also, Moeris Birkbeck, Thomas Thompson, and John 

Whiting. 
Catalogues of Friends' Books on sale, have been issued by 
Wm. Alexander, A. W. Bennett, Benj. Clark, W. & 
F. G. Cash, Edmund Fry, Chas. Gilpin, Haryet and 
Darton, Luke Hinde, Mary Hinde, Thomas Howkins, 
Saml. Jones, Edward Marsh, James Phillips, W. 
Phillips, Josepe Sams, Joseph Smith, Andrew Sowle, 
Tacy Sowle, etc., etc. 
CATALOGUES, (Miscellaneous.) 

A Catalogue of Fruit and Forest-Trees ; evergreen and deci- 
duous JH)rub3 ; Ornamental, Annual, Biennial, and Perennial 
Plants: also of Culinary, Officinal, and Agricultural Plants. 
Sold by Thomas and James Backhouse, Nursery and Seeds- 
men, Tanner-Row, York. 
Third edition. 

Printed by W. Alexander and Son, Castleyate, York. 

12mo. 1827. i 

Prospectus of Ackworth Catalogue. ... ... ... 8vo. 1831. 

Ackworth School Catalogue, being a List of all the Boys and 

Girls educated at that Institution, from its commencement in 
1779, to the present period. Compiled from the Official 
Registers. 

London : Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street. 12mo. 1831. ' 

Illustrated Catalogue and Price List of Brushes, &c. for home 

use and for Export. Manufactured by J. & J. Armistead, 
Water Hall Mills, Leeds, and 79, Basinghail Street, London. 
Also Oil Crushers, Eefiners, and Mustard Manufacturers. 

8vo. Leeds. 1865. 
CATER, Samuel, of Littleport, in the Isle of Ely. 
, An Epistle to Friends. In "A General Epistle," of Hum- 
phrey Woolrich's. ... ... ... ... ... 4to. 1665. 

A Salutation in the Loye of God, and in the Fellowship of 

the work of his blessed Truth, unto all the Faithful Brethren 
and Sisters in Christ Jesus Our Lord, who are begotten by 
the Immortal Word of God unto a lively Hope, which liveth 
and abideth for ever, &c. — By Samuel Cater. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1672. 
Note. — Samuel Cater says, " Written at Monrosse prison, in Scotland, 



X X FRIENDS BOOKS. 391 

,'ATER, Samuel, — continued. 

the 11th mouth, 1671, when a Prisoner for the Testimony of 
Truth. 

— His Testimony concerning James Parnel. See James Par- 
cel's Works. 4to. 1675. 1 

and John Webb, and Jacob Baker. A Relation of some of 

the most Material matters that passed in a Puhlick Dispute at 
Thriploe in Cambridgeshire, the 15th day of the 2nd Month, 
1676, between Francis Holdcraft, and Joseph Odde, his assist- 
ant, both Presbyterian Priests, on the one Party, and Samuel 
Cater, with some others of the Friends of Truth called Quakers, 

4to. No Printer's name or place. [1676.] 1 

The Innocent cleared and the Guilty Made Manifest. Being 

a Reply to a Printed Paper lately come to my Hand, titled, 
Apostacy of the People called Quakers from the Faith once 
delivered to the Saints ; subscribed by Francis Houlcroft and 
Joseph Oddey, who call themselves Ministers of Christ, but 
upon true Examination are made manifest by their Fruits to 
be otherwayes, That is to say, Ignorant of the True God 
and Jesus Christ, and Enemies to his Appearance, &c. By 
a Servant of Truth, — Samuel Cater. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1676. 4 

A General Epistle to all Friends who are convinced of the 

Truth. With a Word of Exhortation to Friends, to be 
diligent in keeping their Men's and Women's Meetings, for 
the Service of Truth ; with a Testimony to the same. Also, 
an Invitation to all that come to our Meetings to hear the 
Truth declared, not to rest in Hearing, but to come into 
Obedience thereunto, that so their souls may be saved. By 
Samuel Cater. 

London : Printed by Andrew Sowle, and are sold at his 
shop in Devonshire New-buildings, near Bishops-Gate. 

4to. 1680. 2 
Samuel Cater's Testimony concerning Giles Barnardiston. — 

Written in Ely-Prison, the 11th month, 1680 1681. 

See Testimonies. 
The Hthct'ti) of an Apostate Conscience Discovered : being a 
Plain Narrative of the Controversie long depending between 
Francis Bugg, an Officious Agent in William Rogers's Behalf 
and Quarrel, on the one part : and Samuel Cater and George 
Smith, Prisoners for the Testimony of Jesus in Fly Goal, on 
the other Part. With their Answer to his Painted Harlot, 
&c. Whereby F. B.'s Liberty of Conscience is proved an 
Injurious Bondage, &c. 

London : Printed by John Bringhurst, at the sign of the 

Book, in Grace-Church-street. ... ... 8vo. 1683. 5^ 

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CATON, William, was born in Lancashire, about the Tear 1636, 
and at an early age became an inmate of the Fell family as 
Teacher and Writer, and after continuing there some time 
he quitted Svvarthmore, and travelled in the Ministry through 
many parts of Great Britain j afterwards he went into 
Holland, where he married Annekin Lirricks, at Amsterdam, 
in the year 1662. It was through the means of his ministry 
and that of John Stubbs (who was travelling with him in 
Kent), that Samuel Fisher and Luke Howard were con- 
vinced. At Maidstone these Friends suffered cruel persecu- 
tion, the particulars of which are related in the pamphlet I 
commence with, viz., 

(and John Stubbs.) A True Declaration of the Bloody Pro- 
ceedings of tbe Men of Maidstone, in — Kent, against John 
Stubbs and William Caton. See Sufferings. ... 4to. 1655. 1 

The MODERATE ENQUIRER Resolved : in a Plain Descrip- 
tion of several Objections which are summed up together, - 
and treated upon by way of Conference, concerning the con- 
temned People, commonly called QUAKERS, who are the 
Royal Seed of God, and whose Innocency is here cleared in 
the Answers to the many Objections that are frequently pro- 
duced by their Opposers, &c. Written in the behalf of the 
Brethren, in Vindication of the Truth : by W. C. 

London : Printed, and are to be sold by Lodowich Lloyd, 

at the Castle, in Cornhill. ... ... ... 8vo. 1659. 4- 

""Reprinted. ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1671. 4 

^[Reprinted in Latin and English. 

London : Printed for Robert Wilson, at the Black Spread 
V j Eagle and Windmill, in Martin 's-le- Grand. 

Small 8vo. 1660. 4 

Translated into Dutch, entitled, — 

^[Den Matelijcken Ondersoeker yoldaen. In een Klare 

beschrijvinge, van verscheyde tegenwerpingen, dewelke by 
malkanderen gestelt zijn, ende daer van gebandelt is in wegb 
van t'samen-spreekinge, aengaende het versmade volk, dat 
gemeenlijk Quakers, genaemt wort, &c. Door William 
Caton. 

4to. Tot Londen : Hcttrucfet tioox Robert Wilson, in ijct 
$acr 1660. — En nu de derde mael in het Neder-duyts 
herdruckt, in Amsterdam, by Steven Swart, in het Jaer, 

1669. 3 

The Seamen's Inyit^tion, with a Passenger's Observation in 

some particular things which concern them that practise 
Navigation, &c. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 

Mouth, near Alder sg ate. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 2 



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A.TON, William, — continued. 

— A Deceitful Spirit discovered. ... ... ... 4to. 1659. 

— Truth's Character of Professors and their Teachers, which 
by looking through, may bring to their remembrance the 
days of old, & how it was then with them, which may evi- 
dently shew unto them what hath befallen them, since they 
degenerated from the measure of God, which some of them 
had in them ; and it may also put them in mind of God's 
Justice and severity towards them, &c. &c. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons at the Sign of the 

Bull and Mouth, near Aldersg ate. ... ... 4to. 16(>0. 7 

— An Eoistle to King Charles, II. sent from AMSTERDAM 
in Holland, The 28. of the 10. month, 1660. Wherein is con- 
tained certain orders and Laws there, concerning the Liberty 
granted to those which cannot take up Arms, nor Swear &c. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons at the signe of the 

Bull and Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... 4to. 1660. 2 

William Caton's Salutation and Advice unto God's Elect, 
of what County, Meeting, or Family soever they are ; Mercy, 
and Peace, Joy, and Everlasting Refreshment he multiplied 
among you all. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons at the signe of the 

Bull and Mouth, neer Aldersgate. ... Broadside. 1660. 1 

— A Letter to King Chas. 2nd, — in, " The Copies of several Let- 

ters which were delivered to the King." See King. 

4to. London, 1660. -J 

Note. — At the end of the Letter, it says, " This was written (to the 
King) about the time of his coming in." 

— An Abridgement or a Compendious Commemoration of the - 

RemarJcablest Chronologies which are contained in that Famous 
Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius Pamphilus : with an use- 
full Index to the same. Containing in it also the Second part, 
A Summary or brief Hint of the twelve Persecutions sus- 
tained by the Antient Christians, with a compendious Para- 
phrase upon the same. Whereunto is added a Catalogue of 
the Synods, and Councells which were after the dayes of the 
Apostles together with a hint of what was Decreed in the 
same. And for the helpe and benefit of Young Schollars and 
such as are illiterate (or little better) the most of the hard 
words are explained in the same by William Caton. 

Printed for the Author: [in Rotterdam] and are to be 

enquired for at Tho. Simmons, and Rob. Wilson's in 

London, and also at Tho. Willarfs in Kendall. 

8vo. In the Year, 1661. 15 

Eeprinted, entitled, — 

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CATON, William,— continued. 

tort, in two Parts.— Part 1. A Compendious Commemora- 
tion, &c. — Part 2nd. A Summary or Brief Hint of the Twelve 
Persecutions, &c. 

The 2nd edition with larg Edditions by another hand. 

London : Printed for Francis Ilolden, in the Passage going 

into White-Hart-Yard , in Lombard-street. ... 870. 1698. 17 

Note. — This edition has inserted, Gershon Boate's, " A Father's 
Advise to his Child, or the Maiden's best Adorning," a Poem. 

The Testimony of a Cloud of Witnesses, "Who in their Genera- 
tion have testified against that Horrible Evil of Forcing of 
Conscience, and Persecution about matters of Religion. — 
Composed together, and Translated into English, by a living 
Witness against the aforesaid evil, William Caton. [With 
an Epis. to the Eeader, by Edward Burrough.] 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1662. 

Three General Epistles for the whole body of Friends. 

1 ) William Caton, 

2 > Erom JR. Greenicay, 

3 ) Christopher Bacon. 

4to. Printed in the Yeer, 1662. 

Note.— "W. Caton "s Epis. was written at Amsterdam, the loth of the 
11th month, 1662. 

Two General Epistles given forth in Yarmouth Common Goal. 

(In Henry Jackson's " Visitation of Love, &c") 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1663. 

Letter by W. Caton, written in Yarmouth Common Goal, 14th 

of the 8th month, 1663. — (In " Letters of Isaac Penington, 
and others," published by John Kendall, in 8vo. 1796. 

■ (See Judith Zins-Penninck.) — Some Worthy Proverbs left 

behind (her) Translated by W. Caton. 

London, Printed for William Warwick. 4to. 1663. 

(See William Moor.) News out of the East — of his, and John 

Philly's Suffering in Hungary. [Part William: Caton's.] 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1664. 

(See Peter Hendricke.) The Backslider bewailed, the Care- 
less warned, and the Faithful encouraged, &c. ; Translated by 
W. Caton. ... ... ... 4to. Printed in the Year, 1665. 

Letters written by William Caton to Stephen Crisp, from 1662 

to 1664, also, a General Epistle written in 1665. — See Col- 
lectitia (by W. Alexander.) 8vo. 1824. 

A Journal of the LIFE of that Faithful Servant and Minister 



1 a T friends' books. 395 

ATON", William,— continued. 

of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Will. Caton. Written by 
|\ his own Hand. [Edited by George Fox.] 

London : Printed for Thomas North cott, in George-yard, 

Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... 4to. 1689. 11. 

Keprinted. — The 2nd edition, to which are now added, from 

original and other sources, some of his letters, most of which, 

it is believed, have not been before published, (chiefly from 

the Swarthmore Collection.) ... Foolscap 8vo. London, 1S39. 

Note. — This Journal, together with that of John Burnyeat's, and the 

Brief Memoir of John Croker, form Vol. 6, of Barclay s Select 

Series. 

Reprinted in The Friends' Library, Vol. 9. Philadelphia, 1845. 

— Life of William Caton. In Henry Tuke's " Biographical 

Notices," Yol. 2, page 205. ... ' ... 12mo. York, 1815. 

Books by William Caton in the High and Low Dutch Lan- 
guage, and which it is believed have never been translated 
into English, viz. — 

— (£tn OTann ^fblas'm tot allc fatten. — An Allarm Sounded to 

all JVations, especially to the United Provinces. 4to. Anno, 1657. 2 
- (£tn ©pmbarc 33 cirri jStncjIjc — An Evident Demonstration set 
before the Eyes of all People ; wherein is Contained, 1st. A 
Simple and clear description of the Seducing Spirits, to which 
Men incline in these last Days. 2nd &c. Six Particulars. 

4to. Gedrucl't int Jaer ons Heeren. Anno, 1658. 3^ 

— BiuOndj-OTt. — To all that are offended at our Hair and 

Hat, &c 4to. 1661. 1 

— 1[ Sen ISmfalttgm Uiibn'Sutfjcr ofcer (JMorSrijcr un&crrirfjt, &c. 

4to. 1662. 4 

— and (Ja>\ Eoelofsz.) — Ccn&crfjtratr&tcjJjr ^crtJctJtgi)nT,&c. — 

A Just Defence of the Truth ol our God ; or an Answer to a 
Book (Intituled, An Answer to a certain Writing) given forth 
by Peter Joosten the Elder, who is a Preacher amongst the 
Mennists so called, at Alckmaer. ... ... 4to. 1662. 4 

— % Hot WxittCtim in ^ollantJt.— To Friends in Holland and 

Germany by a Friend of the Truth, Wm. Caton. . . . 4to. 1663. 1 

— % <£m ©etutgenfe georaagen. — A Testimony born against the 

overflow of malice with which your Church Service abound 
—to the Inhabitants of Amsterdam, Botterdam, and the 
places circumjacent. ... ... ... ... 4to. N. D. -| 

— (Jrtiu 13f^cl)irmung tj'unSrijttroicjnt, &c. — A Defence of the 
Innocent against the Calumniator, or an Answer to Five 
Scandalous Books given forth against the People called 
Quakers ; the 1st by Christian Paul of Dantzick, &c. with a 
Postscript, by Benjamin Furlet. 4to. Amsterdam, 1664. 10J 



396 A CATALOGUE OF CA1 

CATON, William,— continued. 

<£curi$Scr J^rijalRjcr Wavfytit—A Certain Sound of Truth ; or 

an Answer to Christian PauVs Sounding Echo. 

4to. Amsterdam, 1665. 5 

J3e <®o$£aedi ban tft prst, — The Cause of the Plague, and 

other Judgments found out, with a good Remedy, as well 
against the one as the other — and to all that are called 
Baptists, in the United Provinces. 4to. Amsterdam, 1665. 3 

(See Geo. Keith.)— ?£ct SccfocI (^eSdjcurt,— The Vail Kent, 

and the Door opened to the Simple, with a Word to the 

Baptists, by W. Caton. ... ' 4to. 1670. 4 I 

<£m OToortJ ter 2^cci)ter ttjt, — A Word in Season, against that 

Common Saying, My Spirit Witnesseth, which is many times 
Scornfully and Ridiculously used by Wicked and Idle Men; 
by which they may see what the Bad Spirit witnesseth, and 
what the Good Spirit Witnesseth. ... ... 4to. No date. 1 

15m OTort \\\ verijter \tit ; imtfer tfaS gciooljnltriu J?prtd)foort 

mill #ris't i)C$cncict von Wilhelm Caton. 

Zu Amsterdam, Gedruckt hen Christoffel Cunradus, 

4to. 1675. 1 

(See Geo. Fox) 2Ftr$tf}m&mt Xtrtbvitbtn, — Several Epistles to 

Friends of Truth, by Geo. Fox, W. Dewsbury, W. Caton, 

etc. etc 4to. 1680. 8 

f Bit alte OTarJjnt txl)oi)tt f — The Antient Truth Exalted ; 

or the Innocency of the Christian Quakers manifested, and 
the Truth of their Writings Justified ■ In Answer to a 
Malicious Book Intituled, The Quaker's Abomination, given 
forth by the Ministers of Hamburgh. ... ... 4to. No date. 15 

^[ <£tn 33rief aan brintfnt. — Wviritim gplufcm tJtt fcoor f)tt 

sapbere Itd)t $cs'u Cijrtett obnvtuycrtf %vt, Stct tot tJat 
goalie ttaar &c. — A Letter beginning, Friends, you that are 
convinced by the Saving Light of Christ. ... ... 4to. 1684. 

f (£nt Jkljrtfft aan gaanfce Zurijttnge. — A Paper concerning 

waiting. ... ... ... .., ... ... 4to. 1684. 

He died in Holland, in the 10th month, 1665, aged about 29 or 
30 years, and his Wife died soon after. 

CATTON, Samuel, of Plaistow, near London, was born in the 
year 1788, in a small village called Eyke, near Woodbridge, 
in Suffolk. He was once a member of the Baptist persuasion ; 
but, feeling uneasy about the doctrine of Predestination, and 
falling in with some Friends' books, he became convinced of 
their principles, and, after attending their meetings about 
2 years, he quitted the Baptists and united himself with 
Friends, as may be seen in the following small publication, 
which also gives an account of his career in the Temperance 
cause and other philanthropic movements. " Father Catton," 



A Y friends' books. 397 

ATTON, Samuel, — continued. 

as he is often called, is also a zealous Friend of the Animal 
Creation. Would that thousands would follow in his steps. 

- A Short Sketch of a Long Life of Samuel Catton, once a 
Suffolk Plough-Boy, showing what Prayer and Perseverance 
may do. (With a wood-cut Portrait of " Father Catton," 
lecturing with his Magic Lantern to the Children, on the 
Cover.) 

London : Arpthorpe, Bishopsgate Street, — Alliance Office, 
Strand. Ipswich : Bees and Gripper, Cornhill. 8vo. [1863.] 2 

Eeprinted. — 2nd edition, 1863. — 3rd edition, 1864. 
Eeprinted. — 4th edition, 1865. 

— An Appeal for a Clock and Four Aims-Houses for the Village 
of Etke, near Woodbridge, Suffolk (with Wood-cut Portrait). 

Eroadside, [1866.] 1 

— An Appeal for a Clock for Eyke Church, Suffolk.—^ Card. [1866.] 

— An Interesting entertainment on Natural History, to raise 
funds for a clock, &c. 

Note. — Our Friend Samuel Catton has had many papers printed in 
connection with his lectures, &c., &c. 

ATLET, Cornelius, of Leeds, Clerk in the Princess Dowager of 
of Wales' Treasury. This individual never was a member of 
the Society, but as he had some drawings towards Friends 
and made application to Leeds Meeting to be received into 
membership, he claims some notice here. His letter is printed 
in Samuel Fothergill's Memoirs, with S. F.'s — and the follow- 
ing is to be found in Comly's " Miscellany," vol. 9, page 182 
—192, 12mo. 1837. 

" Copy of a Eequest sent by Cornelius Cayley to Friends at 

Leeds, — with the copy of a Letter from Samuel Fothergill 
to John Hustler, in answer to C. C.'s Application. — With 
Observations on C. C.'s Eequest and Samuel Fothergill's 
Letter." 

C. C. has published (but I only give the Titles abridged) . 

— Seraphical Young Shepherd, with a small Bunch of Violets. 

12mo. 1762. 

The Day Star of Glory 12mo. London, {about 1763.) 1J 

— The Spiritual Guide, by Molinos. 12mo. Leeds, printed, 1775. 4^ 
The Olive Branch of Peace. A Poem. 8vo. Leeds, printed, 1771. 2\ 

Eeprinted 12mo. London, printed, 1822. 1^- 

— A Tour through Holland, &c, 2nd edition. 

12mo. Leeds, printed, 1777. 4J 

• The Life and Conversion of C. Caylev, (with a Portrait). 

8vo. Leeds. 1810. 6J 
Note. — There are several editions. 



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CEANE, Josiah, of Plymouth. 

Some Memoirs of our dear deceased Friend Josiah Ceane, — 

dedicated and Eecommended to his Widow and Children, by 
T. G. [Thos. Gwiw.] 

Plymouth : Printed by W. Kent, in Southside Street. 

8vo. 1718. 1 

A Book by him in defence of the Truth in opposition to one 

Tozer, about the time of Geo. Keith's Apostacy. Querv, 
the Title, &c. 

He died the 22nd day of the 10th month, 1715. 
CHALK, Thomas, of Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey. 

Selections from the Diary, &c, of William Marten, of Lewes. 

[Edited by Thomas Chalk.] 8vo. London. 1828. 

Selections from the Epistles, &c, of William Bennitt, — to 

which is prefixed A Memoir of his religious experience and 
character. ... ... ... ... 24ino. London. 1838. 1 

The Journal, together with sundry Epistles and other writings 

of Charles Marshall, a minister of the Gospel in the Society 
of Friends ; who died in the Tear 1698. 

London: Printed by Richard Barrett, 13, Mark Lane. 

Foolscap 8vo. 1844. 15 

Journals of the Lives, Travels, and Gospel Labours of Thomas 

Wilson and James Dickinson. 

London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 

Foolscap 8vo. 1847. 16 

Auto-Biographical Narrations of the Convincement and other 

Religious Experience of Samuel Crisp, Elizabeth Webb, 
Evan Bevan, Margaret Lucas, and Frederick Smith. 

London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without. 

Foolscap 8vo. 1848. Y, 

Some account of the Gospel Labours of Jonathan Burnyeat, 

who died A.D. 1709, in the 23rd year of his age, having been 
a Minister 11 years. 
2nd edition. — London: William and Frederick G. Cash, 5, 
Bishopsgate Street Without. ... ... ... 18mo. 1857. 

CHALKLEY, Thomas, of Philadelphia, was the son of George 
Chalkley, and was born on the 3rd day of the 3rd month, 
1675, in Southwark, London, his residence during the latter 
part of his life was at Frankfort, Pennsylvania. 

Note. — Where no imprint is given to the following Treatises, it is 
believed that they have not been published separately ; but are 
only to be found in his Works. 

God's Great Love unto Mankind, through Jesus Christ, our 

Lord 1697. 

Works, Philadelphia edition, 1749, page 31 






H a friends' books. 399 

EALKLEY, Thomas, — continued. 

— Fruits of Divine Meditation at Sea, in the year 1699. 1699. 

"Works, page 349. 

In the year 1706, Thomas Chalkley had printed a book called "A 
/Small Broom" The following extract from his Journal, London 
edition, 1751, page 52, will explain the occasion of its being 
written : — " I also was concerned to visit the People about E<j<f 
Harbour and Cape-May, and had divers Meetings amongst them, — 
At our coming, some Backsliders and Apostates were displeased. 
One (in a very bitter Spirit) called us Cursed and, cruel Devils. 
Another wrote against us. To him I sent an Answer, for which 
he scandalised me in one of his Almanacks, and publickly belied 
me in Print ; which Lies I swept away with a Small Broom, printed 
in this Year 1706, to which T never understood that he return'd 
any Answer, nor that he wrote against Friends afterwards, tho' he 
had made it his Practice before for several years." 

This book it seems was unknown to John Whiting, who has no entry 
of T. C.'s name in his Catalogue ; and T have searched in vain to 
find a copy, or even any notice of it, further than already men- 
tioned. 

— An Exhortation to Youth, and others, to follow : being 
part of a Letter from T. [homas] C. [halkley] to a Friend in 
Dublin ; and since desired to be Printed for Publick Benefit. 

8vo. 1707. | 
London : Printed and sold by J. Sowle, in TVhite-IIart- 

Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... 4to. 1709. 1 

Works, page 353. 

— A Loving Invitation unto ^ouitg and (JMtf, in Holland and 

i elsewhere ; to Seek and Love Almighty God, and to prepare 

in Time for their Eternal Welfare. By Thomas Chaulkley, a 
Servant of Jesus Christ. 
London : Printed and sold by J. Sowle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1709. lijj- 

Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Sowle, in White-Hart- 

Court, in Gracious Street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1710. 1 

Translated into Dutch and German. See his Journal. 

Works, page 302. 

— Forcing a Maintenance not warrantable, from the Holy Scrip- 
ture, for a Minister of the Gospel. Being an answer to 
some false and erroneous pages, writ by Joseph Metcalfe, 
tending to stir up Persecution. ... ... ... 1713. 

Works, page 377. 

- Some Observations on Christ's Sermon on the Mount. 1718. 

Works, page 411. 

— Some truly tender scruples of Conscience about that form of 
Prayer called the Common Prater, as used by the members 
of the Church of England. 1718. 

Works, page ±66. 



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C HALKLEY, Thomas,— continued. 

Letter to a Friend (in Ireland) ; containing a relation of 

some sorrowful instances of the sad effects of intemperance, 
as a warning to young people. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard Street. Small 8vo. 1720. 1 
The '2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard Street. ... 8vo. 1732. i 

The 10th edition, with an additional Preface. Works, page 47 

A Letter to Aqtjila. Paca, high Sheriff of Baltimore County, 

in the Province of Maryland, and to other Friends there. 1818. 

Works, page 49 

Christ's Kingdom exalted ; being a Short Essay, in Order to 

promote Truth and righteousness in the Earth, and to dis- 
courage Unholiness, Ungodliness, and Unbelief. ... 1719. 

Works, page 4£ 

Some Considerations on the call, work, and wages, of the 

ministers of Christ. ... 1720. 

Works, page 5S 

Concerning Personal Election and Reprobation. ... No date. 

Works, page 5 
— — A Letter to Cotton Mather, in Hew England. ... 1726. 

Works, page 5' 

Youth persuaded to Obedience, Gratitude, and Honour to God, 

and their Parents. Also, Some Touches upon the Life of 
Man, from the Cradle to the Grave. Written at Sea by T. C. 
near the Tropick of Cancer, September, 1730. 

Barbadoes : Printed by David Harry, near Broad-street, in 
Bridge Town 8vo. 1730. 

Eeprinted. 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Printed by L. Thompson and Com- 
pany. ... ... ... ... ... Large 8vo. 1754. 

Works, page 5 

Free Thoughts communicated to Free Thinkers, in order 

to promote thinking on the Xame and Works of God ; 
with a Relation of a Remarkable Providence which fell out 
at Port-Royal, in Jamaica, suitable to the subject : written at 
Sea. [The Preface and Postscript by another hand.] 

8vo. Barbados, printed 1735. 

Reprinted. — The 2nd edition. ... 8vo. Barbados, printed. 1735. 

Works, page 5 

A Collection of the Works of Thomas Chalklev. In Two 

parts. [A Journal, or Historical Account of the Life, 






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friends' books. 401 



HALKLEY, Thomas, — continued. 

Travels, and Christian Experiences, of — Thomas Chalkley. - 
The Works, Part 2. Containing his Epistles, and other 
Writings.] 

Philadelphia : Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall. 

8vo. 1749. 38 

Eeprinted, entitled, A Collection of the WOEKS of that 
Antient, faithful Servant of Jesus Christ, Thoma.s Chalk- 
let, who Departed this Life in the Island of Tortola, the 
fourth Day of the Ninth month, 1741. To which is prefix'd, 
A Journal of his Life, Travels, and Christian experiences, 
written by Himself. The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible, in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1751. 37^ 

— Journal, only, printed separate. The 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible, in 

George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1751. 21 

Eeprinted. — The 3rd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible, Sfc. 

8vo. 1751. 21 
Note. — In some copies no edition is stated. 

Eeprinted. — The 4th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible, in 

George-yard, Lombard- street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1766. 37 

Eeprinted. — The 5th edition. 

London : Printed and sold by James Phillips, George-yard, 

Lombard-street. 8vo. 1791. 38£ 

Eeprinted. ... ... ... ... Philadelphia? 8vo. 1754. 

— A Collection of the Works of Thomas Chalkley, in Two parts. 

Philadelphia: Printed by James Johnson, ... 8vo. 1790. 38J 

— The Journal of Thomas Chalkley, to which is annexed, a Col- 

lection of his Works. 

New-York: Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, No. 362, 
Pearl-street ; sold also by Abraham Shearman, Jun., New 
Bedford ; and by Kimber and Conrad, Philadelphia. 

8vo. 1808. 34| 

— A Journal of the Life, Travels, and Christian experiences of 

Thomas Chalkley. Written by himself. A New edition, 
detached from his Works. 

London : Printed and sold by William Phillips, George- 
yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1818. 18| 

Eeprinted. 

London : Sold by Harvey and Barton, Gracechureh-strert. 

12mo. 1829. 18J 

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CHALKLET, Thomas, — continued. 

Eeprinted. 

London : Edward Marsh, Friends' Book and Tract Deposi- 
tor!/, 84, HounJsditch. ... ... Foolscap 8vo. 1850. % 

Eeprinted in Vol. 2 of " The Friends' Library:' Edited by 
Wm. Allen IAndfield, printed. 16mo. 1832. W 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition. ... ... ... ... 16mo. 1835. 14- : 

Reprinted in Vol. 6 of " The Friends' Library/' edited by Wm. 
and Thos. Evans Philadelphia. 1842. 

Early Life of Thomas Chalkley. 

York: John L. Linn ey, Low- Ousey ate. ... 16mo. 1842. 

On the Great Love of God to Mankind, through %t$u& Cfjrisit 

our Hnrtt. By Thomas Chalkley. Extracted from a Treatise 
in the Collection of his Works. 

London : Printed by William and Samuel Graves, 66, 
Cheapside. ... ... ... ... ... 12tno. 1816. 

Note. — No. 2* of the series of Tracts published by the London Tract 
Association, and No. 22 of the Dublin Series. 

Keprinted frequently. — See FRIENDS. 

Some Observations on £\)vi6t'$ Senium on the Mount. Ex- 
tracted from the Writings of Thomas Chalkley. (No. 17.) 
London : Printed by William and Samuel Graves^ GQ, 

Cheapside. 12mo. 1815. 2 

Note. — No. 17 of the series of tracts published by the London Tract 
Association, and No. 21, of the Dubliu Series. 

Reprinted frequently.— See Friends. 

Memoir of Thomas Chalkley ; chiefly extracted from a Journal 

of his Life, Travels, and Christian experiences. [By Luke 
Howaed.] 

London : Printed by William and Samuel Graves, 66, 

Cheapside. ... " 12mo. 1817. S 

Note. — No. 23 of the series of tracts published by the London Tract 
Association, and No. 25, of the Dublin Series. 

Eeprinted frequently. — See FRIENDS. 

Thomas Chalkley's last Letter to his Wife, dated Tortola, 

the 16th of the 8th month, 1741. See Comly's Miscellany, 
Yol. 11., page 391. 1838. 

He departed this life on the Island of Tortola (where he was engaged 
on a religious visit) the 4th day of the 9th month, 1741, aged 
upwards of 66 years. 

CHAMBEES, John, a Native of Scotland, last of Dublin. 

Preface to a Chapter on Predestination, from Barclay's Apology. 

Eeprinted by order of Friends of Ulster, in the year 1713. 
edition 2000. 

See Rutty's History, 4to edition, page 229. 

A New Spelling Primer, compiled by John Chambers. 

Dublin : Printed by Samuel Fuller, about, 171 
He died in B"f>l>7i. in the year 1714- Aged about 39 years. 



HA VRlESm* BOOKS. 403 

HANDLER, Elizabeth Margaret, Daughter of Thomas and 
Ma.ega.eet Chandler, — Was born at Centre, near the town 
of Wilmington, in the State of Delaware, 24th of Twelfth 
mo., 1807, afterwards of Philadelphia. 

The Poetical Works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler : with a 
memoir of her life and character, by Benjamin Lundy. 
(Portrait.) 

Philadelphia: Published by Lemuel Howell. ... 12mo. 1836. 7^ 

Essays, philanthropic and moral, by Elizabeth Margaret 

Chandler : principally relating to the Abolition of Slavery 
in America. 

Philadelphia : Published by Lemuel Howell. 12mo. 1836. 5. 

She died the 2nd day of the 11th month, 1834, in the 27th year of 
her age, and her remains were interred near the family residence at 
Hazlebank. 

:iANDLER, Jacob, of 

\— A Tender Salutation or loving Epistle to such who have a 
Breathing in the Innocent Life of my Friends, with whom I 
walked in the Outward observances. — By Jacob Chandler. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1664. 4* 

LANDLEB, John, of Southwarh, Surrey. 

— A Seasonable Word and Call to all those called Ranters, or 

Libertines, throughout the three Nations, to come into 
the true Faith and pure fear of the Lord, in this his Day of 

(grace and visitation ; by turning into the Light of Christ, or 
Witnesse of God in their Consciences, &c. 

4to. London, Printed for the Author, — 1659. 2^ 

t- A Narrative plainly shewing that the Priests of England 
are as truly Antichrist (who got up since the dayes of the 
Apostles) as the Pope and his Clergie ; Denying Christ to be 
both a King, a Priest and a Prophet, &c. 

4to. London : Printed for the Author, 1659. 2 

Note. — Francis, Duke of Westminster, wrote an answer to this book, 
which was replied to by George Whitehead, in his book, entitled, 
" The True Light expelling the Foggy Mist of the Pit, and the 
Gross Confusion and Blasphemy of Francis, Duke of Westminster, 
1660." 

I- A True Relation of the Unjust Proceedings, Verdict, (so 
called) and Sentence of the Court of Sessions, at Margaret's- 
Hill in Southwark, against divers of the Lord's People, 
called Quakers, on the 30th day of the 8th Month, 1662.— 
Published for the Honour of Grod, the vindication of the 
Innocent, and the information of People. By John 

Chandler 4to. 'Printed in the Year, 1662. 2| 

See Suffekings. 

- A Special Warrant for the apprehending the Spirit of Perse- 
cution 4to. 1663. 

2D 2 



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404 A CATALOGUE OF CH, 

CHANDLEE, Kachel, of Ether, Surrey. 

A Letter from Rachel Chandler to Minister and Elders. 

London : Printed at the Bible in George-ya/d, Lombard- 
street ' .. 8vo. 1766. J 

She died the 18th of 5th month, 1765. Aged 42 years. 

CHAKDLEE, William, Alexk. Pyott, and J. Hodges, of War- 
minster, in Wiltshire. 

A Brief Apology in behalf of the People in SmSton call'd 

Quakers, written for the information of our sober and well- 
inclin'd Neighbours in and about the Town of Warminster, 
in the County of Wilts. 

London : Printed for Thomas Xorthcolt, hi George-yard, 

in Lombard-street. ... ... ... Small 8vo. 1693. 5, 

Eeprinted, with additions. 

London : Printed by Thomas Northcott, in George-yard, 
in Lombard-street, and are to be sold by William Longford, 
Bookseller in Warminster. ... ... ... 8vo. 1694. 5 

Eeprinted. — [The 3rd edition, (supposed).] 

London ; Printed for Thomas Xorthcott, in George-yard, 

in Lombard-street. ... ... ... ... 8vo. No date. 3 j 

Eeprinted. 

London, Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart 

Court, in Gracious-street ... ... Small 8vo. 1701. C 

Eeprinted, — (miscalled the 3rd edition). 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Soicle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. ... 12mo. 1717. 4\ 

Eeprinted, in Dublin. ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1713. 

Eeprinted, in Dublin. 12mo. 1727. 

Eeprinted, in Philadelphia. ... ... ... ... 1719. 

Eeprinted, in Newcastle : 

Printed by William Cuthbert 12mo. 1739. «• 

Translated into \Telch (by Humphrey Owen). Small 8vo. 1704. » 
*CHANTLEE, Joseph Eussell, of London. 

The Friends' Meeting, (in verse) in The British Friend, vol. 1, 

page 63. Signed J. E. C. 

Eeprinted, in Armistead's " Select Miscellanies," vol. 1, 
page 56. 2nd edition. 

He died about the 8th month, 1852. 
CHAPPLE, Benjamin, of Dorsetshire. 

A Testimony concerning Daniel Taylor, inserted at page 25 of 

" Some Eemains of Daniel Taylor." (part in verse.) 8vo. 1715. 

Strictures on " Teetotalism calmly considered." 12mo. 1811. 15 pa: ; . 

Letter to Eed Cross Street School 4to. 1846. 2 pa: I 



H E friends' books. 405 

HAELETON, Eobert, of Bristol. 

Opposition to the War. An Address by him at a Lecture in 
Broadmead, Bristol. [From the Bristol Mercury, Oct. 27, 
1855.] 

Somerton, Printer, Mercury Office, Bristol. ... 12mo. 1855. ^ 

— A Lecture on the Protestant information in England in the 
sixteenth century, delivered by Robert Charleton, in the 
Friends' Meeting-House. Bristol, on the 18th of 2nd month, 
1863. 

Bristol : Printed by Aclcland fy Son, Dolphin Street. 

8vo. 1863. 2 

— Brief Memoir of "William Forster. 
•EEEESMAN, Christopher, of Reading, in Berkshire. 

— Berkshire's Agent's Humble Address to the Honourable Com- 

Imissioners for Compounding. -By Christopher Cheesman, 
late Agent for Sequestrations in the said County. [Written 
before he joined Friends.] 

London, Printed by J. C. for the Author; and are to be 
sold at the signe of the Black Spread Eagle at the West- 
end of Pauls ~ 4to. 1651. 6 

- An Epistle to Charles the Second, King of England, and to 
every individual member of his Council. Presented to 

them in pure Love and good will, that they might consider 
of the things herein contained before the King was crowned, 
or had taken his Oath ; for as much as a necessity from the 
Lord was laid upon the Pen-man of the said Epistle, in order 
thereto. Who is known to diverse people by the name of 
Christopher Cheesman. From the Town of Beading in Berk- 
shire, the 15th of the 2nd month, 1661. (2 editions.) 4to. [1661.] 1 

Eeprinted in The Harleian Miscellany, Vol. 7. ... 8vo. 1808. 

'EIEEVEBS, Sarah, of Slattenford, in Wiltshire. 

— and Katherine Evans. — This is a Short Relation of some 

of the Cruel Sufferings (for the Truth's sake) of Kathe- 
rine Evans and Sarah Cheevers, in the Inquisition in the 
Isle of Malta, &c. 

4to. London, Printed for Robert Wilson. 1662. 14 

Eeprinted, with additions, under the Title of " A True 
Account of the great Tryals and cruel sufferings undergone 
by them, &c. See Sufferings 8vo. 1663. 23 

— A Brief History of the Voyage of Katharine Evans and Sarah 
Cheevers, to the Island of Malta, — to which is added a short 

J Eelation from George Eobinson, of the sufferings which 
befel him in his Journey to Jerusalem. 12mo. London, 1715. 9 

- To all People upon the Face of the Earth ; a Sweet Salutation, 
and a clear Manifestation of the true Light, which lighteth 
every one who cometh into the World. ... <... 8vo. 1663. 3 



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4:06 A CATALOGUE OF CHE 

CHEEVEKS. Sarah,— continued. 

and K. Evans. — A Kernarkable Account of the Imprisonment 

and Sufferings of Catherine Evans and Sarah Cheevers, in 
the Inquisition at Malta. 

The 2nd edition. ... ... 12mo. Manchester. No date. II 

Note. — Published by the Manchester and Stocl-port Tract Association. 
She died about the year 

CHESTER, Edward, of Dunstable, Beds. 

— — A Testimony concerning John Crook, 29th of the 5th month, 
1700. (In John Crook's Works, entitled " The Design of 
Christianity, &c") 8vo. 1701. 

— — A Narrative of the Liee and Death of Edward Chester, by 
his Wife Elizabeth Chester. 

London : Printed and sold ly J. Soivle, in White-Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 12mo. 1709. 

Memoir of, in Vol. 3 of " The Friend's Library." 

Philadelphia, 1839. 

He died at Dunstable, the 23rd of the 12th month, 1707, in the 74th 
year of his age, and was buried at Sewel's Burying Ground, in Bed- 
fordshire. 

CHILD, John, of Philadelphia. 

An Account of the awful dispensation of Divine Providence to 

the family of John Child. [In " Comly's Miscellany," Vol. 9, 
page 77.] * 12mo. 1837. 

tCHILTON, Edward, of Windsor. 

A Copy of a Letter from one that professeth the Truth, but 

fell from it, and took the Oath, by Edward Chilton, dated, 
Windsor, the 22nd of the 11th Month, 1660.— Inserted in 
Samuel Eisner's Works, page 792. ... ... Eolio. 1679. 

CHILTON, Thomas, of Beading, Berkshire. 

The Way of Deliverance from Bondage, set forth in Love to 

the Simple, who have erred for lack of Knowledge. 

London, Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and 
Mouth, near Aldersgate. ... ... Small 8vo. 1659. 

§CHEISTIE, John, of Lisburn, in Lr eland. 

Remarks on John Hancock's Pamphlet, entitled, " Reasons for 

withdrawing from Society with the People called Quakers." 
[Anon., but supposed by him.] 

Belfast : Printed ly Doherty Sf Simms, No. 8, High-street. 

12mo. 1801. 



HU PBIENDfl' BOOKS. 407 

JHKISTIE, John,— continued. 

— Some observations on a subject of importance : recommended 
to the consideration of those who have separated from' the 
Society of Friends, and declined the attendance of Meetings 
for Worship. [Anon.] 

Dublin: Printed by Christopher Bentham, 50, Stephen-street. 

12mo. 1819. 1 

Eeprinted. — Dublin : Printed and sold by Christopher Bentham, 

Id, Eustace-street. 12mo. 1820. 1 

IEISTMAS, Thomas, of Godmanchester. 

— General Eules for Spelling, in two parts ; compiled chiefly from 
L. Murray's Grammar and Spelling-book with some alteration 
and addition. By Thomas Christmas. Intended for the use 
of his own school. 

Huntingdon : Printed by A. P. Wood, Bookseller, §'c. 8vo. 1825. 1 
He died the 27th of 1st month, 1841, aged 55 years. 
IUECHMAN, George, of East-Xottingham, Cecil County, Mary- 
land. Son of John Churchman. 

- To Fbiends at their Quarterly Meeting in London, and to the 
Monthly Meetings in and near that City, as way may open. 

Folio. No Printer's name or place. [1792.] 1 

- Letter to Peter Yarnall. -\ 

- Testimony concerning Warner Mifflin, by I In " Comly's Miscellany," 
his intimate Friend and Survivor George C Vol. 2, 2nd edit. 183(5. 
Churchman, [about 1798.] ) 

Journal of the Life of Joshua Eyans. [Edited by him.] See 
" Comly's Miscellany," Vol. 10. Philadelphia printed, 1837. 

IIJECHMAN, Hannah, his Wife. 

— Testimony concerning her, also an Account of her last illness. — 
(In " Comly's Miscellany," Yol. 7.) 12mo. 1835. 

She died the 16th of the 10th month, 1789, aged about 62 years. 
ITJECHMAJN', John, of Nottingham, in Pennsylvania. 

— An Account of the Gospel Labours and Christian Experiences 
of a Faithful Minister of Christ, John Churchman, late of 
Nottingham, in Pennsylvania, deceased ; to which is added, — 
A Short Memorial of the Life and Death of a Fellow Labourer 
in the Church, our valuable Friend Joseph White, late of 
Bucks County. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1779. 16^ 

Eeprinted. — London : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, 
Lombard Street * 8vo. 1780. 22£ 

Eeprinted. — London : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, 

Lombard Street. , 8vo. 1781. 22J 

Eeprinted. — Dublin : Printed by Robert Jackson, sign of the 

Globe, Meath Street. ... ° 8vo. 1781. 22^ 

Eeprinted. — Philadelphia 1818. 



408 A CATALOGUE OF C L Ai 

CHUBCHMAN, John,— continued, 

• An Account of the Gospel Labours and Christian Experiences 

of John Churchman. 

London: Printed for Harvey and Barton. ... 12mo. 1829. 13^ 
N.B. — The Memorial of Joseph White is omitted in this edition. 

Reprinted in " The Friends' Library," edited by ¥m. Allen. 

16mo. 1835. 11 
Eeprinted in " The Friends' Library," edited by ¥m. and 
Thomas Evans. ... ... ... ... Philadelphia, 1842. 

Extract from his Journal, whilst on a visit to England. [By 

James Doyle, Crimplesham Hall.] ... ... 8vo. 1859. 

A Letter to Samuel Fothergill, dated, Moat, 8th Month 13th, 

1753. In The Irish Friend, Vol. 5, page 19. 

Letter 56, dated, Bury, Sufolk, 30th of 1st mo., 1768. See 

John Kendall's Letters, Vol. 2, page 167. ... 12mo. 1805. 

Letter to John Casey, 10th of 2nd Month, 

_ . " . T . _ , . nrxl . „ _ , 1 In " Comly's Miscellany, 

Letter to John remoerton, 30th ot drd > y j g l^mo 1836 

Month, 1754. 

Letter to a young woman on Marriage. 

He died the 24th of the 7th month, 1775, aged nearly 70 ; a 
Minister about 42 years. He was buried in Friends' graveyard, 
East Nottingham. 

CHURCHMAN, John, (his Son?) 

The Magnetic Atlas, or Variation Charts of the whole Terra- 
queous Globe ; comprising a system of the Variation and Dip 
of the Needle, by which, the observations being truly made, 
the Longitude may be ascertained. (With 3 plates.) 

London : Printed for the Author, by Dayton and Harvey ; 
and sold by John Sewell, Cornhill ; Charles Dilly, 
Poultry; T. and J. Egerton, opposite the Admiralty ; 
James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-street ; and Steel 
and Son, Tower- Hill. ... ... ... Large 4to. 1794. I 1 

CLARIDGE, Eichard, was the eldest Son of William Clakidge, 
of Farmborough, in the County of Warwick, and of Isabel, 
his wife, and was born there in the month of December, 1649. 
He was educated in Baliol College, Oxford-, he subsequently 
supplied the Cure at Wardington ; and in 1672, he was 
ordained Priest, in the King's Chapel at Westminster. In 
1673, he was inducted to the Rectory of Peopleton, in 
Worcestershire, where he continued Rector 19 years, during 
which time he wrote and published the following books, viz. — 

A Defence of the Present Government under King William 

and Queen Mary 4to. 1689. 

Note. — This first Defeuce I have never seen ; the title of the Second 
Defence is as under — 



LA friends' books. 409 

LARIDGE, Richard, — continued. 

A Second Defence of the present ^obernnunt under K. 
William, and Q. Mary, Delivered in a SERMON, Preached 
October the 0th, 1689. At St. Swithin's in Worcester. 
Wherein is shewed, What God hath done already for us by 
their Majesties' Means, in respect of our Civil and Religious 
Rights. What present Supports he affords us under their 
conduct. The prospect we have of his future care and Pro- 
tection; And the Invalidity of the Assertions of the Refu- 
sers of the New Oaths. By R. Claridge, M.A., Rector 
of Peopleton, in the County of Worcester. 

London : Printed for John Mountforth, Bookseller in 
Worcester, and sold by Richard Baldwin in the Old- 
Baily. 4to. 16S9. 4J 

■ A Looking- Glass for 3ftclt($u)u$ :Prtn«s : or, the Character 
and W^ork of Josiah, Delivered in a SERMON upon 2 Kings 
XXIII. XXV. The Substance Whereof was Preached April 
5, 1691, at Pershore in Worcestershire. Wherein They may 
see, That those Princes are only Eminent in the Sight of God, 
who are truly Religious, and turn to the Lord with all their 
Heart. — That there is more required of such Princes, than 
their own Private Assent and Consent to the True Reli- 
gion. — That Religious Princes cannot be capable of a greater 
Honour in this World, than to be the Instruments of a 
Godly Reformation among their Subjects. And, That the 
Word of God alone is the Rule, to which both they and their 
People must attend in all Matters relating to Religion. By 
Richard Claridge, M.A., and then Rector of Peopleton in 
the County of Worcester. 

London, Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by Wil- 
liam Marshall at the Bible in Newgate-street. 4to. 1691. 5 

He quitted Peopleton in 1691, and then became a Baptist, and 
whilst in communion with them, he wrote and published, — 

— A Preface to John Norcott's " Baptism discovered Plainly and 

faithfully," &c. — Written by Richard Claridge and subscribed 

by William Kiffin and him 169 1. 

— An Appendix to the same. ... ... 1694. 

— The Sandy Foundation of Infant- Baptism shaken: or, an 

answer to a Book, entituled, " Vindicise Foederis, " published 

by Mr. Mence. And is a full answer to Mr. Michael 

Harrison of P.'s P. his Book, entituled, " Infant Baptism 
God's ordiuance." Together with a Narrative, which con- 
tains the Eoundation of the Controversie. By Hercules 
Collins, an unworthy Servant of Christ and his Church in 
Wapping. — To which is added a Letter by a Private hand, 



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410 A CATALOGUE OF OLii 

CLAEIDGE, Eichard,— continued. 1 

with a Preface and Appendix, containing, 1. The Pedigree of 
Infant's Habitual Faith. 2. The Judgment of Learned men 
against it. By Richard Claridge. 

London, Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by Will. 
Marshall, at the Bible, in Newgate-street, and John 
Marshall at the Bible over against the Spread-Eagle-Inn, 
in Gracious- street near Cor iihill. ... ... 4to. 1695. 

N.B. — The part by R. C. consists of about 2 sheets. 

An Answer to "Richard Allen's Essay, Vindication, and Appen- 
dix, wherein he endeavours to prove, that Singing of Psalma 
with conjoyn'd Yoices is a Christian Duty. By E. C. 

8vo. London, Printed in the Year, 1697. 

Note. — This was written by Richd. Claridge in 1696, and was 
afterwards published by the Baptists, with a Preface by William 
Russel. It is only part of R. C.'s work, only 8 sheets being 
struck off, as above, the remainder consisting of about 12 sheets 
not being published in consequence of some alteration in the 
copy, which the Baptists could not consent to. 

In 1697 he joined Friends, and continued to reside in London till the 
year 1700, when he removed to Barking, in Essex, where he dwelt 
and kept a Boarding School for some years. In the beginning of 
the year 1706, he removed to Edmonton, in Middlesex ; and after 
about a year's continuance there, removed to Tottenham, where he 
soon had a considerable school, till about the latter end of the 
year 1713, he left off keeping school, and removed to George's 
Court, near Hicks's Hall, London, (in the compass of Peel Monthly 
Meeting) where he dwelt the remainder of his days. He was a 
noted Minister of the Gospel, and also Writer in the Society, as 
the following list of his works testifies. 

MERCY Covering the Judgment-seat, and %iit anB 2Ltcri)t 

triumphing over Death and Darkness : in the Lord's Tender 
Visitation, and "Wonderful Deliverance, of One that Sat in 
Darkness, and in the Region and Shadow of Death. Witnessed 
unto in certain Epistles and Papers of Living Experience. 
By Eichard Claridge. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 4to. 1700. 

Reprinted. — 2nd edition. 

London : Printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible, in 
George-yard, Lombard-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1757. 

The Divinity, Universality, and Sufficiency of the Light 

Within, to Eternal Life and Salvation, asserted by George 
Keith, in his Book, Intituled, A Christian Catechism. And 

now owned by the said G-. K. Eaithfully collected by a 

Friend to him and all Mankind, Eichard Claridge. 

London: Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White Hart- 
Court, Gracious- Street. ... ... ... 4to. 1701. 



la friends' books. 411 

Li ARID G-E, Richard, — continued. 

— LUX EVANGELIC A ATTESTATA: or a Further Testi- 
mony to the sufficiency of the Light within. Being a Reply 
to GEORGE KEITHS Censure, In his Book, intituled, 
"An Account of the Quaker's Politicks" upon certain pas- 
sages in iny Book, intituled, " Mercy covering the Judgment' 
seat, 8{c." For the clearing of Truth from Gr. K.'s 
Misrepresentations, and satisfying of Sober Enquirers into the 
True state of the Controversie between us. By Richard 
Claridge. Is. 

London, Printed and sold hy T. Sonde, in White Hart- 

Court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 4to. 1701. 1-i 

— Carmen Spirituole, or, Christian Counsel to Youth. 
London : Printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White Hart- 
Court j in Gracious-street. ... ... Broadside. 1703. 1 

Reprinted 8vo. lt07. J 

Reprinted. — The 3rd edition, to which are added, Morning and 
Evening Meditations. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard-street. ... 12mo. 1716. £ 
Reprinted in Miscellanies in Prose and Verse. ... Dublin. 

Reprinted in Latin and English, with additions by J. B. 
(Joseph Besse?) 

Latin Title. 

— Carmen Spirituale : Monita Christiana In Vsum Juventutis 
Continens. Olim a Richardo Claridge Anglice compositum 
et Editura. Nunc Latine Versuin ab J. B. 

English, Title. 

— A Spiritual Poem : or Christian Counsel to Youth. Formerly 

compos'd and Publish'd in English by Richard Claridge, now 
turn'd into Latin by J. B. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible, in George-yard, in Lombard-street. ... 8vo. 1728. lh 

— An Instructive and invitatory Postscript, to John Stillingfleef s 

Honest neighbours, that may be enquiring after pure and 
Primitive Christianity. (At the end of Danl. Phillips' 
" Yirtdicia? Yeritatis, or an occasional Defence of the Prin- 
ciples and Practices of the People called Quakers, &c") 

8vo. 1703. 1£ 

Reprinted in his " Melius Inquirendum," with this Note, viz., 
"This Postscript was first written in the year 1703, and 
added to Daniel Phillips's u Yindiciaa Yeritatis ;" and now 
thought fit to be printed with R. C.'s own Book, changing 
John Stillingfleef s name, which was used in the former im- 



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CLAEIDGE, Eichard — continued. 

pression, for Edward Cockson's in this ; the contents of the 
Postscript being as proper for E. C.'s Neighbours in Oxford- 
shire, as for J. S.'s in the County of Lincoln. 

The Benefit and Invention of Printing-, by John Eox, That 

Earn. JIar. Extracted out of his Acts and Monuments, Vol. 
1. page S03, 804. Edit. 2. Anno. 1684. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Sonde, in White Hart- 
Court, in Gracious-street. ... ... ... 4to. 1704. 1 

Melius Inquirendum : or, an Answer to a Book of Edward 

CocTcson, M.A., and Eector, as he stiles himself, of Westcot- 
Barton, in the County of Oxon, Mis-Intituled Eigid Quakers 
Cruel Persecutors : Being a Eeview of the Controversie, 
between Benjamin Loveling, Minister of Banbury, iii the said 
County and the Quakers there ; in a Letter to Richard 
Yivers of the said Town. In which Answer the said Eeview 
is examined, and Eefuted, and the Quakers cleared of the 
charge of persecution for Eeligion. 

London : Printed and sold by T. Soivle, in White Hart- 
Court, in G-racious- street. ... ... Large 8vo. 1706. 20 

An Epistle to the Eeaders of Wm. Crouch's Discourse con- 
cerning the Sin of Covetousness. (See Wm. Crouch's " Enor- 
mous Sin of Covetousness detected, &c") ..." 8vo. 1708. 

. High - Church Antipathy to Protestant Liberty; or an 

Abstract of the Tottenham School-master's (E. Claridge) 

Case, and Tryal ; in a Letter to a Member of the last 

Parliament; by Eleutherophilus Misodioctes : a Lover of 
Liberty, and an Enemy to Persecution. 

4to. Printed in the Year, 1710. 1 
(Xote. — Not one professing with us.) 

Some Account of the Author "William Crouch ; by way of 

Preface to the Eeader (prefixed to Wm. Crouch's " Posthuma 
Christiana ; or, a Collection of some Papers of W. C." 

Svo. 1712. ! 

An Apology for this Book, (John Bockett's " Gentile Divi- 
nity, &c") and those people, who neither in former ages had, 
nor at this day have, the Holv Scriptures afforded them. 

8vo. 1712. 

Ditto, in a New edition. 8vo. 1767. . 

A Distinction between the Presence of God, as our Maker 

and Preserver; and His Presence, as our Redeemer and 
Sanctifier. [Anonymous.] 

London: Printed and sold by Philip Gwillim, in Austin 
Frynrs, near the Royal Exchange. ... ... Svo. 1713. 



LA friends' books. 413 

'LAKIDGrE, Richard, — continued. 

— Reasons humbly offered to the Legislature, by the People 

called Quakers, against the Bill now depending in Parlia- 
ment, intitled, u An Act to Prevent the Growth of Schism, Sfc." 

Broadside. No Printer's name or place. [About 1714.] ^ 
Anonymous. — See also Parliament. 

— Considerations upon the Bill now depending in Parliament ; 

intituled, " An Act to prevent the Growth of Schism, &c." 
[Anon.] ... ... Polio. No Printer's name, place, or date. ^ 

— More Reasons against the Bill to prevent the Growth of 

Schism, &c. [Anonymous.] 

Polio. No Printer s name or 'place. [About 1714] £ 

Reprinted in his Life. — See page 295. 

— Brief Notes, by way of Query, upon the Bill to prevent the 

growth of Schism, Sfc. 

Polio. No Printer's name or place. [1714.] \ 

Reprinted in his Life, page 297. 
Note. — This consists of 12 Queries, the two last of which were pro- 
posed by John Eccle&ion. 

— The Noyelty and Nullity of JBtSSattefcutuw : or The 

Solemn Affirmation Defended, Against the Unwarrant- 
able Attempts of a Nameless Author, in a late Essay upon 
Mat. 5. 33-37 ; wherein His Erroneous Exposition of the 
Text, confused notion of an Oath, many Precarious Asser- 
tions, Repeated Contradictions, Palse or Fallacious Reason- 
ings, and Palpable Misrepresentations of our Ancient Priends, 
&c. are Manifested. 

London : Printed and sold by Philip Gwillim, in Austin 

Fryars, near the Royal Exchange. ... ... 8vo. 1714. 12^ 

2nd edition, with material additions. ... ... ... 8vo. 1715. 13^ 

— Bishop Taylor's Judgment concerning the Power of Parents 

over their Children, in his Ductor Dubitantium, Edit 4. 
1696. Page 701. [Published by R. C] ... Polio. [1714.] 

Reprinted in his Life and Works, page 298. 

— An Acrostick and Meditations on the Christian Life and 

Death of Mary Turner. Bv Richard Claridge. Inserted in 

" Piety Promoted, the 5th Part," by John Pield. 12mo. 1717. 

Reprinted. — See John Field. 

— Tractatus Hierographicus : or, a Treatise of the Holy Scrip- 

tures ; containing, 1st. An Exhortation to the diligent 
Reading of the Holy Scriptures. 2nd. A Declaration of the 
true Way, whereby we may come to Know a Profiting in the 
Reading of them. 3rd. That it is by the Testimony of the 
Holy Spirit of God in the Hearts of the Faithful that they 



4U A CATALOGUE OP CLi 

CLABIDG-E, Eichard, — continued. 

do certainly and savingly know that the Holy Scriptures are 
given by Inspiration of God. 4th. That the Holy Spirit of 
God is the principal and only certain and infallible Expositor 
or Interpreter of them. 5th. That we may certainly know, 
whether we have the Holy Spirit of God, and that our 
Doctrine is of him. [Edited by Joseph Besse.] 

London : Printed and sold by W. Ellis, at the Queen's 

Head, in Grace- Church-street. ... ... 8vo. 1724. 14. 1 

Eeprinted. 

London : Printed for W. Ellis, Bookseller, in St. Alban's- 

street, near Pall Mall 8vo. 1751. 13]* 

Uyprian's Sermon : or Declaration concerning the Good or 

Benefit of Patience delivered by him in Latin, and now 
translated into English. By Eichard Claridge. 

London : Printed and sold by William Ellis, at the Queen's 
Head, in Gracechurch-street. ... ... ... 8vo. 1724. 

The same. 

London : Printed for W. Ellis, Bookseller, in St. Albaris- 

street, near Pall Mall 8vo. 1751. 2; 

— — His Testimony concerning George Whitehead. — In The Sup- 
plement, at the end of George Whitehead's " Christian Pro- 
gress." 8vo. 1725. | 

A Plea for Mechanick Preachers ; Shewing, First, That the 

following a Secular Trade or Employment is consistent with 
the Office of a Gospel Minister. Secondly, That Human 
Learning is no Essential Qualification for that Service. 
With a Necessary Distinction between the Art, and the 
Gift, of Preaching. By Eichard Claridge. (Written years 
ago whilst in Communion with the Baptists, but mislaid and 
now printed.) [Posthumous.] 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George-yard, in Lombard Street. 8vo. 1727. 3 

The Life and $o£tI)umou$ OTorfetf of Richard Claridge, being 

Memoirs and Manuscripts relating to His Experiences and 
Progress in Eeligion : his Changes in Opinion, and Eeasons 
for them. With Essays in Defence of several Principles 
and Practices of the People call'd Quakers. Collected by 
Joseph Besse. 

London : Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at 

the Bible in George-yard, Lombard Street. ... 8vo. 1726. 3S 

Eeprinted.— The 2nd edition 8vo. 1757. 

Note. — The posthumous Treatises in this Collection are as under, 

viz. : — 
An Essay on Baptism and the Supper .• shewing that External 



LA friends' books. 4:15 

CjAKIDGKE, Richard, — continued. 

Baptism with Water, and the External Supper of Bread and Wine, 
are ceased in point of obligation. In a Letter to a Friend. By 

Richard CI aridge Printed in the Year, 1726. 

Works, page 335. 

— Tractatus de Trinitate : or, an Essay on the Doctrine of the 
Trinity. Wherein the various significations of the School-Terms, 
viz. 

Homoousios, 
<f Ousia, 
Hypostasis, 
Prosopon, 
and the 
Latin Persona, 
Are Explicated by good authorities, and the Necessity of Express- 
ing our Belief of the Trinity, in plain scripture Terms only, is 
Demonstrated. By Richard Claridge. Printed in the Year, 1726. 

Works, page 388. 

An Essay on the Doctrine of Christ's Satisfaction for the Sins 

of Mankind : wherein William PemCs Book, call'd, The Sandy 
Foundation Shaken, is Defended against the Exceptions of Francis 
Bitgg. And the vulgar Doctrine of Satisfaction Farther refuted 
from The Testimony of Holy Scripture, and the concurrent Opinions 
of many, both Ancient and Modei-n Writers. By Richard Claridge. 

Printed in the Year, 1726. 

Works, page 420. 

An Essay on Tithes, containing, 1st. An Answer to the most 

material Pleas of those who Contend for the Divine Right of Tithes 
under the Gospel. 2. Arguments proving, That they are not of 
Divine Institution under the Gospel-Dispensation. By Richard 
Claridge. ... ... .. .. ... Works, page 456. 

An Essay on Liberty of Conscience : Shewing that Persecution 

for Religion is contrary to Christianity. By Richard Claridge. 

Works, page 491. 

An Essay on Evangelical Purity : Shewing the Indispensable 

Necessity of Holiness to the Being of a Gospel-Minister. By 
Richard Claridge Works, page 509. 

An Essay on Plainness of Apparel, in Answer to some Objec- 
tions of a certain Minister of the Church of England against the 
Quakers. By Richard Claridge Works, page 520. 

A Letter to a Friend, concerning the Descent of Christ into Hell. 

Works, page 529. 

A Letter to a Friend, exhorting to Faithfidness and Obedience 

to the Lord's Requirings. ... ... ... Works, page 534. 

An Epistle of Paulinus, Bishop of Nola, to Celantia, a Noble 



416 A CATALOGUE OF CL, 

CLAEIDGKE, Eichard, — continued. 

Christian Matron; instructing Tier how to live an Holy Life. 
Translated from the Latin, by Richard Claridge. 

Works, page 540. 

Epistola ad Exterum quendam Virum e Superstitione Papali, 

in Christ i Lucem, evocatum. — A Letter to a Foreigner who from 
being a Papist, was convinc'd of the Light of Christ. Latin and 
English Works, page 550. 

Reprinted, separately. ... ... ... ... ... 8vo. 1836? 

The Life and Posthumous Works of Eichard Claridge ; being 

JHemotrS anO l&auus'criptS relating to his experiences and 
progress in Eeligion, his changes in opinion, and reasons for 
them. Collected by Joseph Besse, and first published in 
1726. The 3rd edition. 

London : Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street. 

Foolscap 8vo. 1836. 2 

Note. — This forms Vol. 3 of Barclay's Select Series. The foregoing 
Essays, which were printed in the former editions, are omitted in 
this, except " A Letter to a Friend, exhorting to Faithfulness and 
Obedience, &c," and " A Letter to a Foreigner, &c." 

A Divine POEM Dedicated to the Memory of that Faithful 

Servant and Minister of Christ, Eichard Claridge, Who 
departed this Life the 28th day of the month, called April, 
1723. JEtatis Sua? 74. 

Printed for, and sold by William Ellis, at the Queen's- 
JLead, the Comer of Crown-Court in Grace- Church- 
Street^ London. ... ... Broadside, [about 1724.] 

Note. — The following Tracts, in their present form, were not pub- 
lished in K. C.'s life time ; they have been extracted from his 
works, and published since. 

. Extracts from the Writings of William JPenn and Richard 

Claridge on the Death and Sufferings of <&\\x Horo" $t$u# 
Cijrtet. 

London : Printed by William and Samuel Graves, 66, 

Cheapside. ... ... ... ... ... 12mo. 1814. j 

Eeprinted. — 2nd edition 12mo. 1816. 

Note. — Reprinted frequently, being No. 13 of the series of Tracts 
published by the London Tract Association. 

Eeasons for the Non-payment of Steeple-House and Warden's 

Eates ; commonly called Church Eates : extracted from the 
Life and Writings of Eichard Claridge. 

London : Sold by Edmund Fry, Houndsditch. ... 12mo. 1831. \ 

Eeasons for the jlon*pa»ment of ff|)urrf)4&at«{ ; extracted 

from the Writings ot Eichard Claridge. 

London : C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without. 8vo. 1844. \ 



LA friends' books. 11 1 

ARIDG-E, Richard,— continued. 

- On the Holy Scriptures. From a Treatise by Richard 
Claridge. 

London: Printed by Edward Couchman, §'c. ... 12ino. 1833. i 

— Selections from the Memoirs of Richard Claridge : including 
his reasons for refusing to pay Steeple-House and Wardens' 
Rates and Tithes. Addressed to his neighbours. 

Manchester: Printed by John Harrison, Market Street, 
for the Manchester and Stockport Tract Depository and 
Association ; and sold by Godfrey Woodhead, Tea Dealer, 
Manchester ; George Jones, Stockport ; and Isaac Patch- 
ing, 86, Houndsditch, London. (JVo. 55.) ... 12mo. 1838. 1 

He died the 28th of the 2nd month, 1723, aged about 74 years, and 
was buried on the 3rd of the 3rd month following, in Friends' 
burial ground, Bunhill Fields, London ; his corpse being attended 
from the Peel Meeting-house thither by a numerous company of 
his friends and acquaintance. 

[iARK, Benjamin, Printer, of George-yard, Lombard-st., London. 

-i— Christ's Hundbed Commandments : or, the Precepts of our 
Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Collected out of the Scrip- 
tures (verbatim) for general good to all People. [B. C] 
London : Printed for Benjamin Clark in George-yard, in 

Lombard- street, Bookseller. ... ... ... 8vo. 1682. 1 

— Dear Friends, Having (through Providence) run through the 

work, &c, with a Catalogue of Books, 4 month. 4to. [1682.] \ 

0/ARK, Bracy, F.L.S., of London, Veterinary Surgeon ; Mem- 
ber of the Royal Institute of Prance ; of the Royal 
Society of Berlin and Copenhagen ; Royal Agricultural 
Society of Stutgard ; and Honorary Member of the Natural 
History Society of New York, Author of various articles on 
the Veterinary Art in Bees' s Cyclopcedia, viz., Anatomy of 
the Horse, Bits, Bleeding, Blindness, Blister, Bots, Broken 
Wind, Canker, Corns, Curb, Collar. Also the following 
useful works. 

-- A Section of the Horse Polio. London, 1807. 1 

-— A series of Original experiments on the Poot of the living 
horse, exhibiting the changes produced by shoeing and the 
causes of the apparent mystery of this art. 4to. London, 1809. 

-- Experiments on the Poot of the Horse. ... Part 1. 4to. 1810. 

— Ditto, Part 2. 4to. 1812. 

— Hippodonomia, or the True Structure, Laws, and Economy, 

of the Horse's Poot : also Podophtbzoea, or a ruinous defect 
in the Principle of the common shoe detected ; and demon- 
strated by experiments : with a proposition for a new 
principle of shoeing, which abundant practice has since 
confirmed. By Bracy Clark, P.L.S. 

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418 A CATALOGUE OF CLA 

CLAKK, Bracy,— continued. 

2nd edition, enlarged and improved. 

London : Printed for the Author : Sold by T. fy G. Under- 
wood, 32, Fleet-street, and F. Limebeer, 19, Giltspur- 
street, Neivgate-street. 4to. 1829. 21 \ 

Note. — The Hippodonomia, was issued in 4 parts. — Part 1, at 5s. ; 
Part 2, at 5s. ; Part 3, at 4s. 6d. ; and Part 4, at 6s. 140 pages, 
or 174 sheets in the whole. The Podophthora, in 2 parts, at 5s. 
each. 80 pages, or 10 sheets. 

Index to the Sectional figure of the Horse, with 3iUmark3 on 

certain properties of his general framing. 

London: Printed for the Author: and sold at JSfo. 17, 
Giltspur-street, and oy all Booksellers. W. Flint, 
Printer, Old Bailey, London. Price with the Plate, 
£2 2s 4to. 1813. 3 

On Casting Horses ; with a description of the new Casting- 
Hobble, invented by Bracy Clark. 

London: Printed for the Author, 17, Giltspur-street; by 
J. Adlard, 23, Bartholomew Olose ; and sold by all 
Booksellers 4to. 1814. 1 

An Essay on the Bots of Horses, and other animals. 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold at No. 17, 
Giltspur-street 8vo. 1815. 

Ditto, in 4to. 1815. 12 

Some Account of a new Instrument called the Clavidux, for 

boring the Hoof to any depth for the Nails, by which indi- 
viduals may shoe their own Horses. With a Plate. 

An Essay on the Gripes of Horses. ... 4to. London : 1816. 

Kecherches sur la construction du sabet du cheval, et suite 

d'experiences sur les effets de la ferrure. Ouvrage traduit 

de l'Anglais, etc 8vo. Paris. 1817. 

■ Stereoplea : or, the artificial defence of the Horse's Hoof con- 
sidered. ... ... ... ... ... 4to. London. 1817. 

Pharmacopoeia Equina ; or, new Pharmacopoeia for Horses. 

4to. London. 1819. 
Eeprinted. — The 2nd edition. 

Eeprinted. — The 3rd edition. 

London: Printed for the Author, 7, Taunton-place, Re- 
gent' s-park ; and sold by Renshaiv fy Rush, Booksellers, 
Strand. 4to. 1833. 6 

A New Exposition of the Horse's hoof, [By B. C] 

London: 4to. [1820.] \ 

A Description of a new Horse Shoe which expands to the foot. 

Invented by Bracy Clark, E.L.S. "With some account of its 



I, A friends' books. 419 

ARK, Bracy, — continued. 

application and advantages, being an Appendix to the Stereo- 
plea. London: 4to. 1820. 

Keprinted. — 2nd edition. ... ... ... London: 4to. 1827. 

.— An Essay on the Causes and cure of running frush in Horse's 
feet. 

London : Printed for the Author, and sold by Sherwood, 

Neely, and Jones, Paternoster Row. ... 4to. 1821. 2 

Note. — Pagination irregular. 

An Essay on the Canker and Corns of Horses' feet. 

London : Printed for the Author, by J. Johnson, Brook 
street, Holbom ; and sold by J. Bidgway, Piccadilly ; 
and may be had of the Author, 7, Taunton-place, Begenfs 
Park 4to. 1822. 



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A Short History of the Horse, and of the progress of Horse 
Knowledge. 

London : Printed for the Author, by J. and C. Adlard, 
Bartholomew Close, and sold at No. 7, Taunton-place, 
Begenfs Park, etc 4to. 1824. 7 

— On the Knowledge of the Age of the Horse by his teeth. With 
Hem arks. 

London : Printed for the Author, by C. Richards, 100, 

St. Martin's Lane , etc. 4to. 1826.2 

-—A Description of a new horse shoe which expands to the foot. 
Invented by B. C. 

2nd edition. 

London : Printed for the Author, by C. Bichards, 100, 
St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, and sold by T. Sf G. 
Underwood, Fleet Street 4to. 1827. H 

- - Testimonies communicated by various persons in favour of the 

expansion shoe. Edited by B. C. 

London: Printed for the Editor, by C. Bichards, 100, St. 
Martins Lane,